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Topics: Home Plumbing, Kitchen Sink

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Garbage disposals are installed in half of American homes today. They are often marked as a must-have option on apartment and home seekers lists when they search for places to live. Although garbage disposals have been used widely for over 20 years, there are still a lot of myths surrounding the usage and maintenance of them. While some of these misconceptions are harmless, others have the potential to cause serious damage to your disposal unit or your pipes. Read More

Topics: Video Sewer Inspection, Sewers

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It is often difficult to determine how severe sewer pipe damage is and where pipe damage is located without the use of pipe inspection cameras. If your home’s subterranean sewer pipes have been compromised by intrusion, poor installation, or natural elements, then contacting a trained plumbing specialist to inspect your pipes is a crucial first step. Read More
Snaking a drain

Topics: Drain Cleaning and Repair

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Whether you come across a clog in your kitchen sink or a back-up in a shower drain, it can easily put a damper on your day. The last thing you're going to want to do is spend hours getting your plumbing back in working order. However, with a few simple tools, trusty methods, and a little practice, you can become an expert at doing away with pipe-clogging debris. Learn how to snake your own drain just by following our DIY tips and fix your clogged drain in no time! Read More
Water Pressure and Water Flow

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It’s all due to water pressure and flow that you are able to turn on your kitchen faucet and wash your hands. The revolution of indoor plumbing has made water pressure a necessity for a majority of the world. Imagine living without a working faucet in your bathrooms, kitchens, or anywhere else! Read More
Toilet Leak

Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair, DIY, Toilet Leaks and Repair

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A leaking toilet - one of the most common plumbing problems to plague homeowners - is known to cause house-wide havoc. Not only is it a nuisance, a leak wastes water, increasing your monthly water bill. But, what if you don’t know that you have a leak? How can you detect a silent leak before it causes widespread damage and expensive toilet repairs?  Read More