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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. Using Chemical Drain Cleaners If you have a clog on your hands, using chemical drain cleaners can be tempting—after all, they promise to fix all of your problems with a magic little bottle and save you from calling the plumber! 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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13 Mar

The Weirdest Items Found While Drain Cleaning

Although the only thing that should ever go down your kitchen drain is liquid and the only thing that should really go down your toilet drain is toilet paper, the majority of people tend to treat their drains as garbage bins. While this doesn’t end particularly well for homeowners (think nuisance clogs and costly plumbing system repairs), it does make for some interesting reading material! Before we get on to some of the weirdest things that have ever been found in drains, let’s quickly discuss the importance drain cleaning. Read More

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27 Jan

7 Things That Should Not Go Down The Drain

Many of us do not think twice about rinsing even the most benign things, like salad dressing, down the sink. However, not only are we potentially clogging our sinks, septic tanks and causing expensive repairs in the process, but we are also contributing to lot of serious environmental damage and posing a risk to our very health. With that in mind, here are seven things that should never go down our kitchen sinks, shower drains or toilets. Grease, Fat And Oils This mixture is responsible for sewer overflows. Read More

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6 Jun

5 Tips for Cleaning Your Drain Without Damaging It

Clogged drains are a common plumbing issue. But not all clogs are created equal, and the ways in which to clean your drain without damaging it depend on many factors. Chemical products and a variety of tools are available to help keep your home’s drains clean. But some products aren’t always effective, which can lead to further issues. Also, using the right tools the wrong way can cause unwanted damage that requires additional repairs. Read More

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