We’ve all been there. You’ve got a pile of dishes, your sink is greasy, you’ve got a clogged drain and there’s a smell you just can’t quite get rid of. If you’re like us, you don’t want to make that mistake again. That’s why we’ve compiled this short list of things you can do to keep your kitchen sink and avoid hiring costly plumbing services for grease disposal or to clear your clogged drains.
1. Dispose of Used Grease ProperlyOne of the leading causes of sewer backup and clogged drains in the United States is improper grease disposal. Instead of pouring the grease down the drain, you can pour it in a jar or disposable container once it’s cooled a bit. From there, you can throw the container out, or let the grease solidify and scrape it into the trash. This will avoid your grease causing a plumber to be called.
2. Keep Up With Dirty DishesIt’s a
Winter may be quite a few months away…but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t prepare in advance.
Think about the last time you had to deal with frozen pipes or a troubling leak. Not only is it expensive, it completely cuts into your week and leaves you constantly finding ways around the problem. Instead of waiting for a clogged drain to make itself known or fumbling through your local contacts for an emergency plumber, reach out to professional plumbing services and ask for a check-up. They can take a close look at all of your systems, figure out if anything needs to be done and save you a world of trouble when the holiday season comes back in full swing.
Here are five simple things your plumber can do to keep your home in top shape.
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