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8 Benefits of Routine Drain Cleaning

When was the last time you had your household drains professionally cleaned? Can’t remember? Perhaps never? If you’re sheepishly nodding your head, know this: Routine drain cleaning is essential for the health of your plumbing system, and if you neglect it, it can cost you — big time.

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6 Essential Tips for Preventing Clogged Drains In Commercial Buildings

If you own or operate a commercial building, you know just how much use the plumbing system sees on a daily basis. And when it comes to drain clogs, it’s really a numbers game: the more people who use your building’s drains, the more likely it is that those drains are used improperly. What happens when people practice improper drain use? You got it: drain clogs.

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13 Things That You Shouldn’t Put Down Your Household Garbage Disposal

If you have a garbage disposal, the apparatus can be quite convenient — just toss in the garbage you don’t want in your trash can and grind it up, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. While there are a number of things you can safely put down a garbage disposal, there are also several items that never belong in there. To help you better protect your plumbing system from damaging drain clogs, the experts at Drain Blaster Bill’s Sewer & Drain Cleaning discuss 13 of those items below. 

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7 Common Commercial Drain Problems & How to Deal With Them

In a residential setting, drain problems are inconvenient, annoying even. But in a commercial setting? Those same issues can affect the way your entire workday operates depending on their severity. At Drain Blaster Bill’s Sewer & Drain Cleaning, we know drain problems can have a substantial impact on your business, especially if they’re recurrent. Below, we’re discussing a few of the most common commercial drain problems we see, and how building owners can solve them for good.

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5 Things That Cause Corrosion in Your Plumbing System

Nothing is worse than corrosion in your plumbing system. Corrosion can contribute to clogs and cause your drains to backup. Keeping your plumbing system free from corrosion can go a long way in preventing plumbing problems down the line. Drain Blaster Bill discusses the things that cause corrosion in your plumbing system.

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5 Common Causes of Blockages in Your Bathroom Drains

There are several common causes of blockage in the bathroom drains. Some of the most common items include dental floss, hair, toys, cat litter, and wipes. If you drain cleaning, then contact Drain Blaster Bill.

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How to Use a Toilet Plunger

Is there anything that can make your heart sink quite like flushing the toilet, only to see that water swirling in the bowl rather than draining like it's supposed to?

And worse yet, if you try to flush it again, you'll be getting dangerously close to having the bowl overflow with excess water – and a lot of nasty waste, too.

What's a homeowner to do? First, learn how to approach a clogged toilet with your trusty plunger to see if you can fix the problem yourself. Not sure how they work? Read on.

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7 Tips for Preventing Clogged Commercial Kitchen Drains

In a hectic commercial kitchen, there’s almost nothing worse than a severe drain clog. Not only do clogs look and smell horrific, but they also impede normal daily operations. Staff cannot wash dishes or keep their workspaces clean, which ultimately affects the business’s bottom line. Though kitchen drain clogs are probably the most commercial drain problem, they can be prevented with a few simple, easily implemented measures which our Drain Blaster Bill’s team has outlined below.

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Water Jetting vs. Traditional Drain Cleaning Methods

When it comes to pipe cleaning services flushing out plumbing systems, there are two standard methods: Stick a piece of equipment such as snake down into the pipes and remove the obstructions, or you can utilize water pressure to clear all items inside the plumbing. While both of these methods have their pros and cons, water jetting has proven to be a more efficient and practical approach. Here's why:

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Benefits of Water Jetting for Your Clogged Drains

Nearly everyone has heard of drain cleaning and snaking when it refers to your drains. Snaking is often the first line of defense when a homeowner has a clogged drain. A plumbers snake can also lead to unseen damage to a homeowner's pipes and might not be the best method of unclogging a drain. 

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