Should You Increase the Diameter of Your Kitchen Drain Pipe?

Posted on: 27 June 2016

If you find yourself frequently dealing with a clogged or slow-draining kitchen sink, you may have already tried a variety of commercial drain cleaners in an effort to unclog your drain for good, with only limited effect. Often, as long as you're taking efforts to prevent your sink from becoming clogged with oily deposits or pieces of food, this problem can be remedied fairly easily by installing a kitchen drain pipe slightly larger in diameter than your current one.
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2 Ways That A Plumber Can Help You Deal With Foul Odors

Posted on: 23 June 2016

One of the most annoying and disgusting things that can happen with your plumbing is that foul odors can develop and waft out of your drains. In many cases, individuals will notice this foul odor coming out of their kitchen sink, but it can develop in any drain in your home. Listed below are two ways that a plumber can help you deal with these foul odors. Remove Deep Clogs One of the biggest causes for many foul odors coming out of your drain is deep clogs.
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Three Plumbing Tips For New Homeowners

Posted on: 23 June 2016

Buying your first home can be one of the more exciting purchases that you make in your lifetime. However, a house can be far more complicated than many people realize. As a result, it can be easy to overlook some of the important systems that the house relies upon. In particular, new homeowners may be unsure of how to get the most from their new home's plumbing. If this is something you have not seriously considered, you may benefit from using the following few tips.
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Planning A Summer Vacation? Prepare Your Plumbing Before You Leave

Posted on: 22 June 2016

Heading off on a summer vacation is a great way to relax, but that relaxation will come to an abrupt end if you arrive home to find your house flooded! Thankfully, most plumbing issues can be prevented by taking a few preparatory precautions before you leave. Shut off the main water supply. If a pipe bursts in your home while you're away, water will keep running out of it until you return home and turn off the water main.
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