Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Plumbing’

Ways to Tell a Septic Tank Repair is in Your Future

Monday, August 19th, 2019

A septic tank is the kind of system that you’d like to forget about. Nobody really wants to spend time thinking about their waste, any more than they must. However, you’d rather not have to think about your septic tank when it’s too late –because septic tank problems can become some of the worst plumbing problems you can imagine. It’s one thing to have a leaky pipe or faulty drain, but when this drain is responsible for sending away the waste of your house- this is a problem you want to address immediately. Wait, don’t try to fix these yourself- make sure you also call a plumber in Covington, KY before you get dirty.

Are you having troubles with your plumbing but you’re not sure if it’s your septic tank? Well, there are some signs that we can use to dictate whether this is a general pipe problem or a serious issue with the plumbing in your septic tank.

So, let’s get to it.

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Thanksgiving Day Cautions for Your Kitchen Plumbing

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

fall-cornucopiaLast month we wrote a blog about handling your garbage disposal as the big holiday season kicked in with Halloween. It’s almost Thanksgiving, which is one of the biggest days of the year for professional plumbers. You can probably imagine why: the amount of cooking, cleaning, and food disposal in the kitchen can create clogs and broken appliances.

We’re glad to keep busy helping people with their plumbing repairs in Cleves, OH—it’s what we’re here for, after all. But we understand how important time with your family is during this holiday, and we don’t want you to spend a chunk of it dealing with a plumbing emergency. So here are a few pieces of Thanksgiving Day advice for keeping all your kitchen’s plumbing healthy, not just the garbage disposal.

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The Incredible Origin of the Drinking Fountain

Monday, December 7th, 2015

A convenience of modern living that people often take for granted is the drinking fountain. We see drinking fountains in numerous places: schools, restaurants, amusement parks, office buildings, public walkways. The idea of simply receiving freshwater for drinking from a small stand, projected up to mouth level for hygiene, seems like something that’s been around forever.

It hasn’t, of course. Every invention has an origin story, and the Tale of the Drinking Fountain is yet another intriguing one in the history of plumbing.

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