kitchen clogs San Fernando Valley

Kitchen Clogs San Fernando Valley

Are you having Kitchen Clogs San Fernando Valley ? Many homeowners experience some common problems such as: What occurs when the faucet begins leaking? What occurs when the toilet starts running?Kitchen Clogs and Pipe Dripping

Calling your local handy man can be a great way to avoid more problems in the future. Call us and schedule an appointment for a consultation.

Kitchen Clogs San Fernando Valley

Causes for a drain clog:

  • Dropping oil or fat down the drain
  • Dropping poultry skins
    • Turkey
    • Chicken
    • Skin of potatoes
    • Anything that has a string texture, for example celery Proactive Steps:Keep the water rubbing while using the disposal. Letting the warm run will allow the drain to clear out.Natural Chemicals

      A DIY we have arranged for our customers are fairly easy. If

      you experience a clog, begin by pouring a mixture of vinegar and baking soda.

Water Heater

The way you take care of your system depends on how long the system will last. Water heaters are known to be one of the most expensive home appliances. In order to know if your water heater is working efficiently, call us and schedule a check up.

Tips on how to prosper the life of a water heater:

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Toilet Runs

Homeowners who experience toilet runs usually are not aware of the cause.The main reason for this the flap of the base of the tank is not securely shut. To fix the toilet runs, remove the top part of the tank. After removing the top part, flush the toilet while keeping an eye on the rubber flap. If the flap does not completely close, that means the water is still running. The ball trigger is not placed correctly to end the flow of the water.


A toilet leak can release about four to five gallons per minute. The amount of water wasted can add an extra $100 dollars to your monthly bill. If you notice an increase in your water bill, be sure to call for a plumber to check the situation. You will be notified if your toilet is experiencing a leak or a large amount of running water. If you don’t notice leaking, try to check if the valve is not overflowing. At last, make sure to check the flapper. You can start by adding a few drops of

Remember to flush the tank routinely
Check up on the Anode Rod
Next, check up on the temperatures of the system Test the pressure relief valve
Check up on the expansion tank

food coloring. Once the drops have been added, wait about 20 minutes. Finally, check the bowl, if the water color changed, it is time for a new flapper.

Licensed Plumbing

• Be sure to check if the plumber is skilled and licensed

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