Monday, March 16, 2020

How Do You Unclog a Shower Drain?

Step 1:

Unclogging a shower drain is similar to how you unclog bathtub drains. Start by removing and cleaning the stopper and strainer and remove as much drain-clogging gunk that you can using a drain stick or a snake.

Step 2:

Then, use Liquid-Plumr® Clog Destroyer Plus+ Pipeguard™. When used as directed, this formula dissolves the toughest drain clogs, eliminates drain odors and helps prevent future clogs with regular use.

Step 3:

After you think the drain clog is gone, flush the drain with hot water to make sure it’s unclogged. Turn on the faucet to see if water drains quickly and easily. If there is still a clog, repeat the steps for removing it.
If the bathtub or shower clogs persists, it may be time to call in a professional plumber.
And, try pouring two cups of Liquid-Plumr® Clog Destroyer Plus+ Pipeguard™ down your drain monthly to prevent slow draining showers (and bathtubs).
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Monday, January 27, 2020

Recognizing Water Heater Problems :

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1- Too little hot water. A water tank that produces too little hot water is one of the many common water heater problems you may encounter. Usually this can be solved by turning up the temperature on the tank's thermostat. Be careful, however, not to turn the temperature up too high, as this can be a scalding hazard.

2- No hot water. If you don't get any hot water when you turn on the hot water faucets and your water heater is gas-powered, the most likely problem is a pilot light that has blown out. This can be due to a faulty thermocouple or a faulty pilot control valve. Another likely cause is a heating element (if you have an electric water heater) or the thermocouple (for a gas water heater) that needs to be replaced. Replacing the heating element or thermocouple is a relatively easy job for a plumbing professional. Unless you have such training, you're well-advised to let a pro handle this repair.

3- Smelly water. Smelly hot water usually means that the water has become infected with bacteria. Generally, you can detect a rotten egg-type smell. You can generally solve this yourself by flushing the tank and filling it with a solution of water and hydrogen peroxide. Allow the solution to sit in the tank for two hours or so and then flush with clear water. If the tank is still smelly, it's best to call a plumbing contractor. If both the hot and cold water coming out of your fixtures is smelly, the cause is more than likely not related to your water heater.

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