December 20, 2019

The holidays are always a busy time of the year in many American kitchens. And it’s no coincidence that it will also be one of the busiest times of the year for plumbers. In the emergency plumbing business, garbage disposal and sink clogs are as much a holiday tradition as Christmas lights and your favorite meal.

The entire holiday season can push some household plumbing systems to their limit, both from the surge in...

December 18, 2019

A simple preventative maintenance program can go a long way in keeping a home’s plumbing system at its best condition. Some people think that maintaining the structure of shower drains, pipes, toilets, etc. is tedious and expensive. However, it is more practical to spend a little money on preventive measures rather than hire a contractor to repair or replace your entire plumbing system.

These tips can stop you from paying for...

December 13, 2019

The holiday season means three things: family, gifts and lots and lots of food. For household drains and aging sewers across the United States, it means a lot of grease going down the pipes - and into the sewers.

For some harried cooks, the simplest way to get rid of fat from ham, bacon, turkey and roasts this season is down the kitchen drain. There it congeals, clogging the pipe and trapping food scraps until the only solutio...

December 11, 2019

When your business requires the services of a good, reliable commercial plumber, look no further than Clear Drain Plumbing. Our skilled commercial plumbers can handle all of your commercial plumbing problems – from dripping faucets, to water main & sewer line repair and replacement.

Clear Drain Plumbing provides full-service commercial plumbing and drain cleaning services to large and small businesses, as well as apartment com...

December 6, 2019

Behind every good toilet -- or rather, beneath -- is a good wax ring. But with time, even good wax rings can go bad.

The wax ring is exactly what it sounds like: a ring made of sticky wax that helps form a watertight seal between the bottom of the toilet and the sewer pipe. It requires no maintenance and can last 30 or more years, often as long as the toilet itself. But sometimes wax rings can dry out, crumble and fail prematu...

December 4, 2019

Gas heaters, whether they warm up air or water in a home, rely on a pilot light to trigger the flame of the actual heater. If this pilot light ever goes out, the heater has no way of actually turning on to heat the water or air that your particular type of heater circulates to warm the house or other elements.

Knowing how to maintain the heater and diagnose everyday issues with pilot lights will help you when calling for help!


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