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How to Spring Clean Without Cleaning Out Your Wallet

Mar 02, 2009 by Mr. Rooter

Deodorize Garbage Disposal with Citrus Peels

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How to Prevent and Fix Frozen Pipes

Mar 02, 2009 by Mr. Rooter

Colder temperatures bring the potential of freezing pipes, and with the economy the way it is, homeowners can’t afford to let frozen pipes be a drain on their pocketbook or their plumbing.

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Don't Flush Away Your Money

Mar 07, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

You may be flushing your money down the toilet and not even know it. Twenty percent of all toilets leak, which secretly raises homeowners’ water and wastewater bills. But other problems – like a toilet that won’t flush completely or runs continuously – aren’t secret at all. Take a whirl at inspecting your toilet. It’s more convenient and less expensive to systematically check the plumbing yourself, before you have to call in the professionals to take care of a …

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Don't Let Food "Reek" Havoc in the Sink

Mar 07, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

Young children often huddle under the covers in their bedrooms, certain that a monster prowls in the closet or under the bed. Most parents will open the closet door or peek under the bed to remind them that the coast is clear. But if your children accused your kitchen sink of harboring a shady presence, would you be able to deny it? Something foul may be lurking in your sink. Your garbage disposal may start to smell when food debris builds up. It may be a lingering …

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How to clear the way without chemical cleaners

Mar 07, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

Drains have a tendency to clog at the most inopportune times, like when you’re cooking a holiday feast for a house full of guests or when enjoying a relaxing shower, you find yourself standing in ankle-length water. But before you reach for the Drano, you should reconsider. Drano and other drain opening products are caustic and dangerous to use. These conventional drain cleaners contain the man-made chemical sodium hydroxide, which can damage the piping and finish on …

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Water Conservation: Every Drop Counts

Mar 07, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

Drip. Drip. Drip. Many people consider a leaky faucet a mere annoyance. But if every household in America and Canada had a faucet that dripped once each second, 928 million gallons of water a day would leak away, according to the American Water Works Association. That’s a lot, considering the AWWA predicts the average household uses approximately 146,000 gallons of water each year. But water is wasted in more ways than through a leaky faucet. Here are some …

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Trenchless technology keeps sewer lines out of sight, out of mind

Mar 07, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

It’s no secret that problems with your sewer line can get messy. But sewer line problems can remain your little secret even while the line from your house or building to the mainline connection is replaced. With new trenchless replacement technology, a professional plumber can repair your sewer line without extensive digging in your yard, or tearing up walkways or driveways – in one day. Trenchless technology meets all industry standards, eliminates root …

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7 Lessons Every Homeowner Should Learn About Plumbing

Feb 14, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

Even the most dedicated do-it-yourselfer is better off leaving plumbing to the professionals. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know the rudiments of the subject. Here are seven tips to keep in mind, courtesy of Mr. Rooter Plumbing. Lesson No. 1: Preventative Maintenance. You no longer have to take your plumber’s word for it when he tells you your drainpipes need repair. Mr. Rooter can put a video camera down the pipes to show you just where the problem is, usually …

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Maintaining Healthy Plumbing

Feb 14, 2008 by Mr. Rooter

When colder weather starts hitting the air, it is time to think about preparing your home for the holidays-mulching the gardens, digging out decorations, and reviewing the condition of your plumbing system. Yes, you read that right: The last months of the year happens to be the busiest time of the year for plumbers, says Don Glovan, a Mr. Rooter owner in Asheville, North Carolina. “During holiday season, you’ll have guests in your house,” he observes. "With all the extra …