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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Is a Daily Shower Hazardous to Your Health?

We have learned that the quality of our drinking water is important to our health.  The routine addition of chemicals may cause us harm as well.  Chlorine is a typical chemical used to disinfect public water to reduce bacteria.

When chlorine is used as a water treatment, it combines with organic matter to form compounds.  These compounds are toxic when consumed, inhaled, or applied to the skin.  Believe it or not, the compounds in disinfected water may be able to reach your stomach not only through drinking water, but also through daily showers and baths.

Filtration of your shower and bath water may be even more important than the water that you drink.  West Los Angeles Plumber, Jo-Mi Plumbing, has a solution to this and other water filtration concerns.  Give them a call today at (310) 473-8111, or visit them online at

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

It Is Time to Seriously Consider a Solar Energy System.

It is never too late to “think Green”.  The evidence is overwhelming.  The world is in danger of burning itself out.  Even if you feel that this will not happen in your lifetime what about the lives of your children and grandchildren?

There was a time, I suppose when solar power was a novelty.  It wasn’t considered a necessity as much as a luxury. Today it is a real way to save money and conserve energy while leaving little to no carbon footprint.  If you need to be reminded of what a carbon footprint is, it is the amount of greenhouse gasses that are emitted during the creation of products and services.  All of us need to be responsible for the reduction of such gasses.

Heating your home's water with solar power is something that has been possible for more than a generation.  Since then the concern of climate change is making most people reevaluate how they live and solar power has become an invaluable solution. The U.S. solar industry is on pace to complete its one millionth installation in 2015.

If you would like to reduce your carbon footprint and reduce your home's energy costs, contact Los Angeles area JO-MI Plumbing today at 310-473-8111 for more information.