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An Involved Approach That Works

Being professional means more than just knowing which tool to use, it means respecting you, the customer, and your property. It means being able to answer your questions accurately and courteously. It means keeping up with and exceeding industry standards, and using that knowledge to help you obtain the best quality service possible.

At RCI, Inc., we are as concerned with preventing problems as well as with repairing them. We rely on warranted parts and accurate installation to ensure that our work and our reputation will withstand the test of time.

We are a people oriented company, and we believe in treating our customers well. We have built our business on relationships and referrals. We work very hard to make sure the customer is 100% satisfied. You can count on us for excellent workmanship, prompt calls, and personalized service.

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Tips – Use Water Wisely

Examine Your Faucets.

A leaky faucet can waste about 48 gallons per day or 300 gallons of water per month. Check the faucets in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, and outdoors by turning them on briefly, then off. Do you see any leaks?

  • New, more efficient faucets/aerators use 1/3rd less water
  • Leaks aside, replacing old faucets can save 1 gallon for every minute of use
  • New, designer faucets are not only more efficient, but far more attractive

Test Your Toilets

A leaky toilet can waste as much as 600 gallons of water per month. Lift the top lid and add a few drops of food coloring to the tank. Then wait a few minutes. Does color appear in the toilet bowl? If so, water is leaking from the tank into the bowl. The flapper valve in the tank may need to be replaced.

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