When in Doubt if Something Should Go Down the Drain, Throw it in the Trashcan.

Drain Do’s & Don’ts Give grease the boot to the trashcan—not the sink.  After cooking meats, you’ll be tempted to send all the grease and oil in the pan to the sink. Stop! Don’t ever pour fats, oils or grease down any sink or toilet. Grease, oils and fats will harden in your drain and …

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Plumbing Issues Can Increase With Thanksgiving Meal Preparation

Plumbing drain clogs Thanksgiving meals may taste good at the dinner table, but once everyone has had their fill of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and a variety of vegetables and delicious desserts, according to the most referred Twin Falls plumber, these delicious dishes will clog your kitchen sink pronto. You may not know that the …

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Heating Systems Going Bad Often Fail with First Use of the Season

Furnace failure is frustrating According to Murphy’s Law: A furnace man is hard to find on the first very cold day of heating season, just as the air conditioning specialist disappears during a heat wave. According to the heating professionals of Pleasanton, it’s all timing. Systems going bad often fail the first time they are …

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Achieve Privacy and Elegance with the Addition of a Water Closet

Separating the toilet’s space A water closet is a room that contains a flush toilet, usually accompanied by a washbowl or sink, and the term may also be used to refer specifically to a flush toilet. Speakers of British English may refer to such a room as a “W.C.,” referencing the initials for this term. …

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