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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative, Clogged Drains

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It’s easy to take your dishwasher for granted. When everything is in ideal working order, you can load up the day’s dishes, run a cleaning cycle, and spend the next hour working on other chores or simply relaxing after a long day. Most of the time, the biggest challenge you’ll face is taking the time to put the clean dishes away before you have more dirty dishes to wash. Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Commerical Plumbing Drain and Pipe Repair

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As many homeowners quickly discover, attempting to deal with a clogged washing machine drain can be risky business. How can you be sure you’re using the right tools or disconnecting the proper fixtures to resolve clogging and debris? Even more concerning are the possible ramifications of poor DIY attempts, which can actually wind up leaving your washing machine drains in worse condition than before. Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, DIY plumbing, General Plumbing in Sacramento, Clogged Drains, clogged tub

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There are so many different reasons as to why your bathtub drains slowly. Luckily, there are a few simple methods to fix it that could save you from having to call a plumber. A slow bathtub drain can result from any of the following combinations (or all of them): a lack of regular drain cleaning a buildup of hair a buildup of soap, body oil, and other bathing beauty aids Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Commerical Plumbing Drain and Pipe Repair, Clogged Drains

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Home drain clogs happen, and they can be a hassle. But because people have to live with them, they’re more careful about what they put down them. Plus, an average home drain is usually only dealing with a handful of people, whereas a commercial drain may have to accommodate hundreds on a daily basis. In commercial facilities, hot grease gets poured down restaurant kitchen sinks, children's messes go down daycare drains, hair is washed away without abandon at salons, cigarette butts are flushed at bars, and worse. Read More
5 Ways You’re Ruining Your Drains

Topics: Drain Cleaning, Commerical Plumbing Drain and Pipe Repair

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When it comes to proper home plumbing care, what you don’t know can hurt you quite a bit. Some of the worst damage and clogs result not from unusual circumstances, but seemingly normal, everyday habits that can cause long term problems if they’re allowed to continue. Fortunately, many of these behaviors are quite easily corrected, provided you have a basic understanding of how drain pipes and traps function. Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Clogged Drains, home plumbing, drain cleaning tips

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Sometimes, we let things go that need to be done because we just don’t think about them. Our cars get to 6,000 miles before we take them in for an oil change, or that menial task at work keeps getting lost in the mix of all the other things we have to do. It’s an understandable oversight, but not always a safe one. In the case of your drains, you need to be aware of the risks of not cleaning them out once in a while. Read More

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As long as water is flowing freely through the drains of your home or business, you give them little thought. Let a drain become clogged, pouring dirty water over your clean tile or carpet, and it is another story. There are many reasons that sewer drains can become cloggedand cause you a headache. Hair, kitchen, grease, collapsing sewer lines, or those clogged with plant roots can cause a sewer backup into your home or business. Read More
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Topics: Drain Cleaning, Commerical Plumbing Drain and Pipe Repair, Commercial Drain Cleaning, Clogged Drains

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If you have just opened a restaurant or have operated one for some time, you need to know the location of your grease trap and its maintenance schedule. If you do not and fail to tend to this maintenance issue, you may find yourself ankle deep in a sewer backup that can disrupt the operation of your business. If this happens on a Friday night, with a full house and tables turning, it can be costly in more ways than one. If you own a restaurant and do not know what a grease trap is and what it does, read on because you need to know, and you need to know now. Read More