Clogged Drain

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Hydrojetting Advantage: Experience Unmatched Plumbing Power!

Introducing High-Pressure Drain Cleaning: Your Plumbing Hero! When you encounter a stubborn clog that refuses to budge with traditional methods like plunging or snaking, enter hydrojetting, the superhero of sewer lines and main drains! Imagine a powerful hydrojetting system armed with a substantial water tank, a high-pressure hose, a sturdy nozzle, and a state-of-the-art pressurization […]

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Household Drain Cleaners

Household Drain Cleaners: How They Work and the Science Behind Them

It’s About Making The Right Choice Because the Problem Isn’t Financially Burdensome Just over seven years ago, New York City had to allocate a staggering $18 million in its battle against sewer backups. A whopping 71% could be directly attributed to the insidious culprit known as grease. Meanwhile, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, an annual expenditure […]

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common plumbing problems

Mastering DIY Solutions for Common Plumbing Problems: Your Go-To Guide

My Toilet Won’t Stop Running On an average basis, a toilet with a leaking drain can result in the wastage of approximately 200 gallons of water per day, corresponding to a total of 6000 gallons each month. Typically, the main culprit behind this issue is a deteriorated toilet flapper. Replacing it is a budget-friendly solution […]

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Broken Sewer Line Repair Are Major Plumbing Issues

Sewer Line Cleanouts and Laterals Play A Significant Role In Your Plumbing System

Every house should have a cleanout, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Many sewer line cleanouts are challenging to find, especially in older homes that are more than 40 years old. In many cases, they’ve been buried or concreted over for aesthetic reasons. In addition, many of our state and city ordinances weren’t in […]

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Clogged sewer line repairs

How To Deal With The Symptoms Of A Broken Sewer Line

When it comes to your home plumbing, the old adage, “Out of sight, out of mind” isn’t really wise. However, a homeowner should always act quickly to hidden water leaks. It can increase your water bill and cause substantial property damage. They can also lead to hazardous health issues if left unattended.  For all of these reasons, […]

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How To Stop Bathroom Mold

What Are Drain Flies and how do we get rid of them?

Drain flies may occur much more often than the average person realizes. Have you ever walked into a kitchen only to discover small flying insects? What are they, and where do they come from? Some people might think they are flies, gnats, or even moths.  What is the story behind these flying bugs? The flying bugs are called […]

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Clogged P Trap

What’s The Purpose Of Your P Trap?

For some homeowners, we don’t even know what a P trap is. And no, it is not spelled Pee Trap, as some might think since we have one in every bathroom. Instead, the P trap is the pipe under your bathroom and kitchen sink. At first glance, it appears to be in the shape of […]

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Hydro Jetting Sewer Main

How does your main sewer line become a serious problem?

How will I know if my main sewer line is beginning to clog? In most cases, your main sewer lines won’t get clogged overnight. What usually happens is all the drains in your house start to move slowly. One slow-moving drain means that the problem is isolated to that drain. Unlike a small drain that may […]

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3 Common Plumbing Issues That A Homeowner Can Fix Themselves

How To Clear A Slow-Moving Bathroom Drain Your drains are slowly draining because your pipe has black slime attached to the drain. The black slime forms when you brush your teeth, comb your hair, shave or wash your hands. Bio-slime is a collection of bacteria brought on by organic matter found in bathroom products and […]

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Your Toilet Plunger Is Still A Mystery

Every household owns a plunger, and for most, they own more than one. Usually, we hide plungers under a sink. For others, they sit right next to the toilet. I remember my dad would cut the side of a plastic bottle out, and the plunger would sit in it next to the toilet, in that […]

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