Here at Service Plumbing Inc, we know you have many plumbing companies to choose from when you need drain cleaning services or other residential plumbing repairs. But we’re the same family-owned company now as we were over 40 years ago, and that means you get the experience and the hometown service you just can’t get with the other guys.
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Why Does Your Drain Clog?
We’ve all had to deal with clogged drains. They’re annoying and sometimes tough to fix. To deal with clogged drains, the trick is to avoid them in the first place. Here are things you can do to stop clogs from happening.
- Don’t pour cooking grease or fat down the drain; put it in the trash instead.
- Use metal debris traps to prevent food scraps from going down the drain.
- Don’t flush non-flushable wipes or sanitary napkins down the toilet.
- Consider installing a garbage disposal to break up food debris.
If you’ve tried all else but still have backed up drains, call for our drain cleaning services for immediate relief.
Check Your Water Heater for These Signs of Failure
A failed water heater, at best, leaves you with no hot water, and at worst, deteriorates and floods your basement. Be on the lookout for these symptoms telling you it’s time to think about a new hot water heater installation.
- Murky, rust-colored water.
- Strange noises like banging or groaning from the tank.
- Rust around the base of the tank.
- Water leaks.
- Water takes too long to get hot.
- Water doesn’t stay as hot as long as it used to.
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What to Do in a Plumbing Emergency
Hopefully, you’ll never experience a situation where you need emergency plumbing repairs, but things happen that can be tough to deal with by yourself. Here’s what to do if you find yourself in a bad spot.
- Shut off the water.
- Check the water heater and turn it off.
- Plug small leaks if you can.
- Open your drains and spigots to release water buildup.
- Call a residential plumbing company for immediate help.