Plumbing on the Road: Plumbing for RVs and Campers

5 Things To Know About Drains And Grease

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While you most likely know that grease can be one of the main causes for kitchen clogs, you may not know how complicated the issue of plumbing and grease can be. Below are five things every homeowner should know about drains and grease.  Grease Does Not Only Come From Meat  One of the most common culprits for grease clogs is grease from meat, especially bacon or other meats that release large amounts of grease when fried. Read More»

3 Things To Know About Dual-Flush Toilets

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If you are getting ready to make some updates to your bathrooms and would like to replace your old toilets, you may want to look into dual-flush toilets. These toilets are designed to handle urine and waste in different ways, and they offer several key benefits over traditional types of toilets. As you begin shopping for the right toilets, you might be interested in learning more about dual-flush systems. Here are three things to understand about these particular types of toilets. Read More»

The Audible Guide To Bathroom Plumbing Problems

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It’s easy to see visual plumbing problems in your bathroom like water leaks or standing water in your tub. One of the harder problems to diagnose are random sounds that come from the toilet and bathroom as a whole. By carefully listening to the troubling sounds in your bathroom, you can hone in on what the actual problem is and make it easier for when describing the problem to a plumber. Read More»

Getting To The Root Of Your Plumbing Problems: When Tree Roots Set Up Residence In Your Sewer Pipes

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If you have slow or sluggish pipes, you probably assume that the problem lies in your household drains. After all, nearly everyone knows that grease and food particles can stick to the inside of your drains and create clogs. But that is not the only reason for slow and sluggish drains. Sometimes the problem runs much deeper. The roots of nearby trees can work their way into your sewer pipes and block the flow of water as it leaves your home. Read More»

How To Protect Your Kitchen Sink Plumbing And Garbage Disposal

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Your kitchen sink gets a great deal of use each day as you prepare and clean up after your meals. Because your kitchen sink’s plumbing and garbage disposal can get used and abused, it is important to take care of them. Here are four tips to help protect them and keep them working well. #1 Use Your Disposal for Disposal-Friendly Items If you have a garbage disposal in your kitchen sink, it can be easy to get into the mindset that you can dump all leftover food down the disposal to get rid of it. Read More»