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    • 22
    • May2020

    Reopening Buildings After Quarantine

    Reopening Buildings After Quarantine

    While we have all been quarantined at home, the buildings we normally occupy for business have sat empty. Buildings that have been shut down or used less frequently during this pandemic have the potential for water quality degradation from stagnation, an issue separate from the COVID-19 crisis.  Stagnant or standing water can cause conditions that […]

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    • 14
    • Apr2020

    Spring Plumbing Tips for Homeowners

    Spring Plumbing Tips for Homeowners

    Temperatures are beginning to rise in northern Nevada, trees are blossoming, and the birds are chirping! Winterizing your home is essential for its protection during the cold-weather season. During Spring, it is critical to prep your home for the rising temperatures and increased water pressure. Here are some homeowner’s tips for Spring to ensure your […]

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    • 02
    • Apr2020

    Savage and Son Coronavirus/Covid-19 Safety Precautions

    Dear valued Savage and Son customers, As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve, we want to assure homeowners and business customers that we are taking all necessary precautions to help keep our customers and employees safe and healthy. During these challenging times, we understand that plumbing issues don’t stop, and we want to ensure […]

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    • 31
    • Mar2020

    Washlets – Safe, Environmentally Friendly, Economical

    According to Business Insider, “Americans use over 34 million rolls of toilet paper every day, or equivalent to 15 million trees per year”, which wastes our valuable resources that lead to environmental impacts. Washing your body with water is effective, comfortable, and refreshing, and it works the same way with a TOTO Washlet or bidet! […]

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    • 31
    • Mar2020

    Savage and Son COVID-19 Response

    There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the global community. We understand that our plumbing services are typically required in special and emergency circumstances. Unfortunately, plumbing issues don’t stop during challenging times, even though it feels like the rest of the world does. As an essential business to […]

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    • 07
    • Jan2020

    We’re Hiring! Revit/CAD Technician

    We’re Hiring! Revit/CAD Technician

    We’re Hiring! Revit/CAD Technician We’re Hiring and looking to fill a position for a highly-motivated Revit/CAD Technician to add to our talented CAD/BIM Department. This is a full-time, entry-level position and will fill an immediate need in our department directly working on industrial and commercial Plumbing, HVAC and Piping projects. Please share with anyone who […]

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    • 18
    • Dec2019

    Homeowner’s Tip: Keep the Holiday Cheer by Keeping your Pipes Clear!

    Homeowner’s Tip: Keep the Holiday Cheer by Keeping your Pipes Clear! ‘Tis the season for extra visitors in your home, whether it be family visiting or if you hosting a fabulous holiday party with some friends. And just as the highways will increase in traffic, your home’s pipes will also have more traffic, and we […]

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    • 30
    • Nov2019

    Homeowner’s Tip: When is it time to invest in a new Water Heater?

      Homeowner’s Tip:  When is it time to invest in a new Water Heater? Water Heaters are the type of household equipment that you don’t think about until it isn’t working, and usually, it’s when you need it most. Our company has evolved with the times and growth of northern Nevada and the Sierra, and we’ve […]

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    • 17
    • Nov2019

    Homeowner’s Tip: What Not To Flush

      What is your worst nightmare when you are hosting people at your home? One of the most common responses is when a toilet clogs, and the water overflows all over the bathroom. Unless you have a faulty toilet flapper, there is a clog or jam in your drain trap, or something was improperly flushed.  […]

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    • 29
    • Oct2019

    Homeowner’s Tip: Winterizing Your Home

    Homeowner’s Tip: Winterizing Your Home

    What is Winterization? Winterization is the process of preparing your home’s plumbing system for extreme temperatures to prevent pipes from freezing.  For homes in the Reno/Sparks and Lake Tahoe area, it’s impossible to forecast how intense the winter season will be, so it is always essential to take precautions that can prevent pipes bursting in […]

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