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restaurant plumbing

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Plumbing Tips

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Restaurants are a magnet for plumbing problems, and it’s no surprise considering the amount of plumbing equipment required to operate. In worst-case scenarios, restaurant plumbing problems can force the business to close temporarily if floodwaters or backed-up sewage gets into food storage areas, prep areas, or service stations. Not only could this get patrons sick by exposing their food to bacteria, but it can also lead to electrocution and slips and falls. We’re here to help prevent all that! Read More
Pink stain in shower

Topics: Home Plumbing, Plumbing Tips

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It’s a question we hear frequently, and we know there’s nothing pretty about pink when you see it stained onto the surfaces of your sink, shower, or toilet. So what’s causing these mysterious pink rings? And why does it keep coming back after you’ve scrubbed it away? While many people believe the stains to be a sign of poor-quality or overly metallic hard water, most likely it is a bacteria known as Serratia Marcescens. Read More

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Home Plumbing, Plumbing Tips

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Memes are the third-most shared type of content on social media, bested only by personal news and funny videos. In fact, 55% of 13-35-year-olds send memes every week—and 30% send them every day. So, this week, we thought we’d lighten the mood and tickle your funny bone with some plumbing memes and a few plumbing GIFs. These humorous plumbing memes and GIFs tackle everything from the cost of plumbing to DIY plumbing hacks we wouldn’t recommend trying!  Read More
Toilet Auger Toilet Snake Drain Snake Flange Plunger Cup Plunger Sink Plunger

Topics: Home Plumbing, Drain Cleaning and Repair, Plumbing Tips

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It’s not uncommon for DIY homeowners to treat toilet drains and flat drains (sinks and tubs) as one and the same. They’ll often use one snake and one plunger to solve for clogs in both. However, these types of drains are different, and for best results, you should use a different type of snake and plunger. Because, despite having the same function, they each work a little differently. Read More
Plumbers Toolkit

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Home Plumbing, Plumbing Tips

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Do-it-yourself projects continue to grow in popularity as people tackle home projects on their own to save money, beat stress, and gain a sense of self-accomplishment. In fact, DIY trend statistics show that nearly 50% of U.S. homeowners took on DIY home improvement projects in 2019, and a 4.2% rise in DIY home projects is expected in 2022. One problem area some homeowners try to solve on their own is plumbing. Read More