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Author: Brian Simpson | May 12, 2015

9 Tips for Maintaining Garbage Disposals

Your garbage disposal is the appliance beneath your sink where food waste is shredded to help it drain through your sewer. While it was not intended to be used as a garbage can, it is often treated as one. Many objects, such as non-organic waste, can damage it. One of the biggest problems a homeowner […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | May 01, 2015

12 Preventative Maintenance Tips for Your Plumbing

What do you do when you have faucet leaks, broken pipes, clogged toilets, and a water heater running cold?  Wouldn’t you prefer to avoid these plumbing problems?  Understanding the problems and performing preventative maintenance can help you avoid plumbing problems.  The first step for preventative maintenance involves understanding everything that is included in your water […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Apr 15, 2015

The Do’s and Don’t’s of Toilets

The problem with toilets is that so many things can get flushed down them unintentionally, and maybe even intentionally.  Be careful what you flush!  With a wide mouth and relatively powerful drainage, it might be tempting.  But to keep the drainage flowing, you have to be careful of clogging.  Toilets are drains that go to […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Apr 07, 2015

7 Spring Plumbing Tips

Spring is here and the weather is unpredictable.  When it is nice out, you might be working in your garden or doing home maintenance repairs.  When it is not, then there is spring cleaning in the home to be done.  Whether you are inside or outside, remember the plumbing.  The weather might be unpredictable and […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Apr 01, 2015

Keeping Your Sewer Pipes from Clogging

Out of sight, out of mind!  When it comes to waste going down the drain and through the sewer system, the saying, “Out of sight, out of mind,” might be what you are thinking.  Until there is a problem, most homeowners don’t give the drains and sewer system a thought.  Sewer line backups are plumbing […]