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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
New kitchen sink installation

Topics: Plumbing in Sacramento, Home Plumbing, Kitchen Sink

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There are many things to consider when choosing a new kitchen sink! Size, type, and installation all must be considered when selecting the perfect sink for your kitchen. But, shopping for kitchen sinks shouldn’t be overwhelming! Use these kitchen sink tips when you’re considering buying a new appliance for your Sacramento home! 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

Topics: Home Plumbing, Kitchen Sink, DIY

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When renovating your home, there’s a good chance your plumbing system and fixtures will come into play at some point. Replacing existing sinks and faucets with high-efficiency alternative models is a common plumbing task homeowners take on, and while you may be pressed to contact a plumber to do the job for you, it’s more than likely you can complete the entire project on your own. Read More