18 Jun

Why You Should Never Snake a Main Drain

It's natural to want to handle most of your plumbing issues yourself. Snaking drains and plunging toilets are things that should be within anyone's realm of expertise. With basic drainage problems, de-clogging can usually be left to an amateur. But there are some errors that have costly side effects. In these cases, it's almost always better to look into professional services. Read More

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4 Sep

5 Tips To Avoid Clogging Your Drain

Clogged drains are among the most common household plumbing problems. However, they are still a hassle you want to avoid, especially because the added stress on the pipes shortens their lifespan. The good news is that clogged drains can be easily avoided with the following tips. Do Not Treat Your Kitchen Sink Like a Garbage Disposal! In order to prevent your kitchen sink from getting clogged, it is important to prevent as few kitchen scraps from going down the sink as possible. Read More

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16 Aug

How To Keep Your Drains Clean All Year Round

Keeping your drains clean all year round is not only good for convenience purposes, but also key to ensuring that you avoid major plumbing issues. With that in mind, here is how you can keep your drains clean all year round. Be VERY Careful With What You Put Down Your Drains The leading way to keep your drains clean all year round is to be very careful about what you put down them. Read More

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2 Jun

4 Drain Cleaning Mistakes To Avoid

For many homeowners, drains tend to get neglected until drain cleaning becomes absolutely necessary, usually because of a clog or a leak. When homeowners go about drain cleaning, there are a few common mistakes they tend to make, all of which lead to more problems (and even serious damage) than they had to begin with. Read More

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25 Apr

Clogged Laundry Drain: What You Should Know

Here is everything you should know about clogged laundry drains. First of all, if water leaks onto your floor during the draining process, this is more than likely because of a clogged drain. The water used during a laundry cycle enters the machine’s sewage system via the drain hose, which can be several inches in length to a couple feet. When a buildup of debris (such as lint) enters the drain hose, a clog can occur and prevent water from properly draining. Read More

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