Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog : Archive for March, 2016

Common Kitchen Plumbing Repair Needs

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Ideally, all you would ever need to fix a kitchen plumbing problem is a plunger and a little elbow grease. Unfortunately, homeowners are often met with much more complicated plumbing issues, which require a professional plumber to repair. Not to worry though. We are here to assist you with all of your plumbing needs. But what are some of the most common kitchen plumbing repair jobs you may need done?

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How Much Water Does a Leaky Faucet Waste?

Monday, March 21st, 2016

A leaky faucet is never a good sign. Not only is it annoying, it’s also a sign of a problem that will only grow worse, costing you money on your water bill. Additionally, a leaky faucet wastes a good amount of water, putting unnecessary stress on the environment. Though a small leak may not seem like much, when you add it up over a period of time, a leaky faucet can be detrimental. But how much water does a leaky faucet actually waste?

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Should I Have an Automatic Shut Off Valve Installed for My Home?

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Whenever you go on a vacation, are you worried about some disaster striking your house when you’re away? It’s only natural that you should have some concerns about leaving your home empty for a stretch, but if you take the proper precautions, you can ease your mind about most of these troubles.

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A Few Common Misunderstandings About Garbage Disposals

Monday, March 14th, 2016

If your kitchen is like most modern kitchens, it has a garbage disposal in the sink to help hygienically remove food waste. Disposals make life in the kitchen much easier, and they also help keep food waste from going into landfills, instead sending it into the sewer system and sewage treatment plants.

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Watch for These 3 Signs You Need Sewer Cleaning Services

Monday, March 7th, 2016

The sewer pipeline isn’t a part of the residential plumbing system that people like to think about. However, it’s vital for maintaining a healthy and hygienic home life. Should the sewer line that leads from your home’s wastewater pipes to the municipal sewer system (or to a septic tank if you don’t have access to a municipal sewer) become clogged, it will have serious consequences. Cleaning a sewer line is a job that only professionals can handle using special hydro-jetting equipment, so call on a team with the best tools and skills to manage your sewer cleaning

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