Hints and Tips for Handling Plumbing Issues- Part 2

A strainer should be placed over all the drains in order to gather particles that would just get in the drain and potentially cause stoppage. The strainer in the kitchen sink should be cleaned each time you have large particles trapped in it. Clean out the bathtup strainer every few days before it becomes clogged. Never put fat, grease, or oils into your drain. These substances will clog the drain as they cool and harden. Grease is of particular concern when there is a disposal unit installed in your drain. It can cause the unit to lose efficiency. To keep your kitchen pipes clear, never dispose of grease down your sink drain.

PLUMBING TIP! If your water pipe has frozen, start water running in the faucet closest to the frozen pipe. This will give excess water somewhere to drain as the ice in the pipe thaws. Think about what plumbing work you need, then schedule them all at once. It might be tempting to hire a plumber for every little problem, but if you can save it up for one big fix, then you have time to set money aside for these repairs. This will cut down on your plumbing bill because they can not charge you for extra trips.

As you can see, plumbing problems don’t have to be so difficult. If you can solve the problem yourself, you can save time waiting for a plumber, as well as saving a whole lot of money. Try applying what you’ve learned from this article next time you have a plumbing problem!

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