Tips & Tricks
Always make sure that the plumber you called is licensed and insured. Insurance coverage gives you the peace of mind that the plumber will cover any accidental damage or injuries that may occur. Before the plumber starts the project check their license and insurance. To check if a license is valid, i.e. copy our License Number 927651, then Click on the image above and paste it to check if its valid.
Never ever put your hand in the garbage disposal to remove a clog, always use tongs. Never overload your disposal, try not to put larger garbage in the disposal. The following items are things you should not put in the garbage disposal: animal bones, glass, plastic, metal, anything combustible, animal fat, grease, oil and/or Coffee grounds (they accumulate in the drains and pipes).
If you have a gas water heater, you should periodically check if the pilot is lit. The flame should be blue with yellow tip. If it’s all yellow this means you need a safety adjustment. Have your water heater inspected by a contractor at minimum once every two years.
The average person spends about three years of their life using the toilet. This makes it one of the most important and useful appliance in the house. A slow flushing toilet should never be ignored because it can cause overflows and backups. The usual causes are sediment buildups. Never flush sanitary items down the toilet.