Plumbing For Sanitation Purposes

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Plumbing For Sanitation Purposes

Do you remember the last time you started paying more attention to your home plumbing? It isn't always easy to tackle plumbing problems on your own, which is why I started focusing more and more on working with someone who knew what they were doing. It was really interesting to see how much of a difference it made to me to have a pro come in and take care of the job, and within a few short weeks, things had been completely taken care of. This blog is all about plumbing for sanitation purposes to streamline your life. Check it out!


How To Determine A Drain Clog Location

13 January 2021
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A clogged drain will cause sewage and water backups in your home, which in turn can lead to major biological hazards and water damage. It's important to locate a clog quickly so that the drain can be cleaned out and repaired. Single Fixture Examples of a single-affected fixture include toilet backups or single sinks that are slow to drain.  When only one fixture is affected, you can rest assured that the clog is likely somewhere in the drain line just below the fixture. Read More …

How A Sewer Video Inspection Can Benefit Your Business

30 December 2020
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As a business owner, if you own not just your main commercial building but also the property it's located on, you are of course responsible for the upkeep of everything on that property including your sewer or water pipes. You probably already do a good job of keeping up with inspections for the plumbing inside your building, but when's the last time you got an inspection of the pipes in the ground outside your facility? Read More …

Five Reasons For A Stinky Shower Drain

23 December 2020
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A smelly shower drain isn't a problem you should ignore. Fortunately, the issue is easily fixed once you know the cause. 1. Dirty Strainer Most shower drains are equipped with some type of strainer or hair trap that is meant to catch hair so it doesn't clog in the drain. You may need to unscrew and remove the drain cover in order to access the strainer for cleaning. When hair catches on the strainer and collects, it will also become a magnet for soap scum, dirt, and anything else that goes down the drain. Read More …

Frozen Pipes? How To Thaw Them Out Before Damage Occurs

10 December 2020
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If it is frigid outside and you turn the faucet on, but no water flows out, there is a very good chance that your pipes have frozen. As a general rule, plumbing pipes will freeze in areas where there is inadequate insulation, such as crawlspaces or attics. The problem with frozen pipes is that they can eventually lead to burst plumbing pipes. However, if you take steps to thaw out your pipes sooner rather than later, you may be able to keep the damage to a minimum. Read More …

3 Ways Placement Matters For Water Heaters

2 December 2020
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If you aren't your home's original builder, then it's unlikely that you've given much thought to your utility appliance locations. Water heaters, furnaces, air conditioners, and other essential appliances require careful placement, however. Many homeowners choose to reuse the existing sites when replacing them, but this is not always the best approach. Before installing your new water heater, consider these three ways that its placement may affect its installation cost and effectiveness. Read More …