Your guests are starting to arrive for the holidays! The table is set, the decorations are up, and dinner is in the oven. All is going well until disaster strikes…
Somebody clogged the toilet
- It’s likely that your bathrooms are going to be used more often when you have house guests. How to avoid clogged toilets? It’s simple! Flush only human waste and toilet paper. Here is a great guide of what you can and cannot flush down the toilet.
You accidentally poured grease down the sink
- Cooking for a house full of guests? Be nice to your drains! You should never put grease, fats and oils down your drain. When they reach room temperatures the liquid begins to harden and can easily clog your drains. Here are 4 tips to enjoy a clog-free holiday.
Somebody forgot to unhook the hose
- With the warmer temperatures, you still have time to properly shut off your outdoor faucets. Use these steps to winterize your hose bib.
Somehow, someway a house guest dropped her phone down the drain
- Okay, we’ve all been here. In fact, we’ve also recovered many phones, rings, toys, etc from drains. If a house guest drops something down the drain that doesn’t belong, give us a call! As your local drain experts, we’ve got the skills to retrieve anything.
The water heater stopped working
- Nobody likes a cold shower! The typical life expectancy of a water heater can vary between eight to 12 years. However, routine water heater maintenance will make the system last longer.
A pipe sprung a leak
- Leaky pipes can be costly to your home and your water bill. If you want to calculate just how much water your wasting with a leak, use our drip calculator.