Sink Flange Repair Basics

Posted on: 21 September 2020

The kitchen sink flange is the ring that connects the drain opening in the sink to the drainpipe or garbage disposal unit below. Most people give the flange little thought, as in many cases it appears to be a solid piece or a continuation of the sink itself. This isn't the case, though. The flange is sealed to the pipe or disposal. If it fails, you will end up with a leak.
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Clogged Drain Prevention For Everyone

Posted on: 14 September 2020

Experiencing a clogged drain can range from being a minor inconvenience to a devastating event. This is because the causes of clogs and their seriousness vary. Sometimes a clogging issue is one that goes ignored by the homeowner for an extended time period. The homeowner may use their own methods to seemingly clear the clogs, but the results might be temporary. Some clog issues reach deep into drain lines, and the average homeowner does not have access to the tools and technology required to clear them.
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Understanding The Difference Between Hydrojetting And Snaking A Sewer Line

Posted on: 28 August 2020

Do you have a clog in the main drain going out to the main sewer system, and your plumber says that they can either use hydrojetting or snaking to clear the clog? You may be wondering what the differences are between these two methods to clean your sewer line.  Snaking The process of using a sewer snake is one of the most traditional methods that is used to clean a clogged sewer pipe.
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Gas Lines: Why They Should Always Be Installed Professionally

Posted on: 24 August 2020

Do you need a new gas line put in your home? Have you recently upgraded to gas appliances and you need a line put in? Are you worried about your existing gas line and want to have a new one put in so your gas line is more modern? No matter what your reasons are for needing a gas line installation, this should never be done on your own, even if you have experience working with gas and gas lines.
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