Plumbing complications aren’t issues that homeowners want to deal with. However they can become serious safety hazards for you and your loved ones. Luckily, All Purpose Plumbing is here to solve all of your plumbing problems. Our trained technicians will effectively and quickly service all of your plumbing needs.
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What is Considered a Plumbing Emergency?
A plumbing emergency occurs whenever you cannot stop the flow of water from a plumbing fixture. A burst pipe, a flooding toilet, an out-of-control faucet or a broken water heater are all plumbing emergencies. Leaking wash machines, gas line problems, sewer line plugs and more are also plumbing emergencies. Plumbing emergencies can do a lot of damage because water can harm your floors, walls and loose items. Turn off the water at the main entry to the sink, toilet or shower unit that’s causing the problem and call All Purpose Plumbing.
How Can I Keep My Toilet From Being Clogged?
The best way to prevent a toilet clog is to pay attention to what is going down your drain. Only human waste and toilet paper should enter your toilet bowl. Do not put other items in at all. Items like disposable diapers, handi-wipes, Kleenexes, food, paper towels, kitchen waste, goldfish, toys, garage waste or car fluids do not belong in your home’s waste line. Because such items do not always dissolve, they often combine with other waste material to form a clog. Even too much toilet paper can clog the toilet. Abuse of the toilet can cause your entire system to back up.
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What Water Filtration System is Best Fit for My Needs?
When considering water filtration systems, there are three issues to consider. First, there’s the type of filter. Next, there’s the cost of the filtration system, and finally, there is the installation cost. You should consider all three when shopping.
Manufacturers design water filtration systems to filter out pathogens and other impurities. Filter materials include carbon, alloy, ceramic, membranous materials and more. They designed each filter to clean out specific impurities, but there’s no one-size-fits-all. You should test your water first to determine what impurities you have and then find a match with the best filter geared to catch your impurities. You don't want to waste money filtering the water but missing those pathogens distinctly identified in your water.