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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
How to clean a smelly garbage disposal.

Topics: Home Plumbing, Kitchen Sink, Drain Cleaning and Repair

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Garbage disposals are a plumbing asset that many homeowners fail to properly care for. When garbage disposals aren’t properly maintained, they can become an expensive repair down the road. The best way to avoid clogs and other garbage disposal problems is by regularly maintaining a clean garbage disposal. By being proactive about cleaning your garbage disposal, your unit can perform effectively for years without needing repairs or replacing.  Read More
ExpressSewerAndDrain_Way to Fix Clogged Washing Machine Drains

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Home Plumbing, Drain Cleaning and 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
5 Ways You’re Ruining Your Drains

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Home Plumbing, Drain Cleaning and 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