How To Avoid Clogged Drains

Posted on: 10 August 2015

While clogged drains are sometimes unavoidable, there are some actions you can take to minimize the number of clogs. This includes keeping major clog producers out of your drains as much as possible. These include: Hair Hair is the primary clogged of bathroom drains. While single hairs don't present a problem, an accumulation of hair can form a nearly indestructible clump that gathers additional materials, such as soap and toothpaste, to produce an impenetrable clog.
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Cooking A Large Meal For A Group? Make Sure Your Kitchen Sink Does Not Get Clogged

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you are cooking a meal for a large group of people, it can be easy for something to fall in the sink, especially if you are cooking the meal yourself. You yourself may put things down the sink that you think are okay. Follow the five tips below to make sure your kitchen sink stays clog free. Grease If you are frying anything, you will end up with a lot of grease.
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Top 3 Ways To Prevent Plumbing From Ruining Your Holiday Plans

Posted on: 24 November 2014

Are you getting ready for the holidays? Have you planned out every aspect of your turkey dinners and tree trimming? What you may not have considered is what effect your holiday plans might have on your plumbing. Here are some things to watch out for and avoid, if you don't want your festivities to be interrupted by a call to an emergency plumber: Dispose of grease properly: Many holiday favorites are fried or create large amounts of fat and grease when cooked.
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Solar Air Convection Heaters

Posted on: 21 October 2014

Solar air convection heaters, or passive solar collectors, are a new type of heating that is currently being perfected, although many homes have already started to use them. Ordinarily, a solar air convection heater will have a collection panel that is placed in a window or outside the home in such a way that it is able to gather as much sunlight as possible. The collection panel will be located inside of a glass box that has been insulated to keep the heat in, but not block the sun's access to the collector panel.
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