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Is Your Plumbing Ready for the Holidays?

Now that the air has gotten cooler and the leaves have turned brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red, it means that the holidays have officially arrived. What does the holiday season mean to you? Does it mean having a huge Thanksgiving dinner with a dozen or more guests enjoying

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Clogged Drains 101

When you’re a homeowner, drain clogs are inevitable, especially when you live in a house with toddlers or children, or you have a large family. Before you call the plumber to handle a clogged drain, there are some things that you can do to try and remove the blockage on

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Tips for Prolonging the Life of Your Garbage Disposal

Garbage disposals are one of the greatest modern inventions. They allow us to avoid compost piles and dealing with foul smelling trash cans until the garbage man comes. They’re also great for getting rid of expired food and unwanted leftovers. But most of us take our garbage disposals for granted.

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Keep Your Garbage Disposal Clean

Keeping a garbage disposal clean can help prevent the disposal from growing mold and bacteria. As food is processed in the machine, small food particles can become trapped in the small nooks, even if water is run through the garbage disposal as it is being used. Weekly Cleanings Go a

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Summer Plumbing Tips

Kansas City Plumber Last weekend marked the official beginning of summer, and as time rushes on, it can be all too easy to let certain maintenance tasks fall by the wayside. Unfortunately for many people, this can result in a rude awakening, as small plumbing problems grow into massive emergencies.

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Tips on How to Clean Your Garbage Disposal

In spite of everyone’s best efforts, a garbage disposal is likely to end up with its grinders coated in slush, gunk and grime, and eventually is weighed down with debris and buildup. Substances such as glass and rubber can accidentally slip in, and prohibited items such as corn cobs, artichokes,

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