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How Can You Prevent Pipes from Freezing or Bursting?

Save yourself an expensive plumbing repair by learning how to proactively prevent your pipes from freezing or bursting during the cold months.
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Know Your Wastewater

No one wants to have to deal with a flood in their home, let alone one that includes sewage wastewater. That being said, it’s crucial to be able to differentiate between different types of wastewater.
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Hidden Leaks

A small leak can be a mild issue, but if you don’t catch things early enough, it can turn into a very expensive problem.
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5 Dishwasher Maintenance Tips

Dishwashers are something all of us take for granted at one time or another. After all, they cut down on the time needed to do the dishes each night and seem to just do their job without much effort on our end. But we’d be remiss if we didn’t share our top 5 dishwasher maintenance tips to keep your appliance in good working order.
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Ultimate Guide to a Kitchen Garbage Disposal

If operated correctly, an in-sink disposal can be one of the most useful appliances in your kitchen. It's important to understand how to operate your disposal correctly to avoid jams and costly calls to the plumber.
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How To: Stop & Fix a Leaky Pipe

Stopping and fixing a leaky pipe are two very different processes that can ultimately prevent costly water and plumbing damages to your home.
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Drain Master's Covid-19 Response

Drain Master's response to the Covid-19 concerns
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DIY: Cleaning Your Dishwasher

No one wants to get hit with a wave of musty odors when they open a dishwasher full of clean dishes. Drain Masters recommends that dishwashers should be cleaned every 2-3 of months to stay in good working order. Here are a few steps to consider when cleaning your dishwasher.
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Causes of a Leaky Refrigerator

If there is a leak in your kitchen and it???s not coming from the sink or dishwasher, it is most likely coming from your refrigerator. Check underneath the fridge for signs of pooling water.
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Maintain Your Water Heater

The average lifespan of a water heater is around 11 years. Without proper maintenance, that life span is drastically lowered. Here are some things you can do to make sure it continues to run for as long as possible:
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Warning Signs of a Sewer Backup

Heavy summer rainstorms and high temperatures can back up main sewer lines, causing minor and major water damage to a home. It???s not just weather causing these problems, tree roots can intrude into sewer pipes causing clogs and drains to backup.
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The History of the Washing Machine

Washing machines are appliances we take for granted every day. Most of us can???t even imagine handwashing all the clothing, towels and bedding we go through these days. The metal washboard wasn???t even invented until around 1833. It???s time to take a step back and learn the origin story of one our most utilized modern luxuries, the washing machine.
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Water Cleanup Prevention: Tips and Tricks

From heavy rain showers to elusive hidden leaks, water has a way of finding its way into every crack and crevice of a structure resulting in rotting material and dangerous mold growth. Spring is the perfect time to evaluate areas of your home that could be susceptible.
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Shave Up To 25% Off Your Water Bill with These Tips

There are many ways to cut water usage in your home that make a big difference but which are barely noticeable to any residents. And for the DIY crowd, many of these steps can be fully implemented without the aid of a plumber.
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Super Toilet Bowl Maintenance

If you???re hosting a party, the last thing you want to deal with is a perpetually running toilet or unpleasant clog. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to repair and prevent a super toilet bowl problem
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Winterize Your Home

Winterizing your home is a relatively cheap and easy way to save thousands of dollars in repairs and water cleanup services. Follow these tips to ensure your plumbing is in good working order all winter long.
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Brown Friday: One of Drain Masters Busiest Days!

Between family gatherings and hordes of customers at retail stores, Drain Masters is the popular choice among home and business owners because we offer 24/7 emergency service. In fact, Brown Friday is one of our busiest days of the year!
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8 Tips to Prevent Costly Water Damage

From big rain storms to small hidden leaks, water can find its way into every crack and crevice of a structure resulting in rotting material, dangerous mold growth. The water damage experts at Drain Masters are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help isolate and fix the problem
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Preventing Plumbing Problems

Preventative plumbing maintenance is a lot less expensive than calling a plumber. Here are some tips and tricks to help prevent problems and save some money.
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5 Ways Tankless Water Heaters Save you Money

Tankless water heaters lower your energy costs, can last more than 20 years, are eligible for rebates, save space, and never run out of hot waters
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Finding a Plumber You Can Rely On

Drain Masters plumbers are reputable, experienced, reliable, knowledgeable, and licensed.
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The Commercial Plumbers at Drain Masters Plumbing

Drain Masters Plumbing is here to help with all your commercial plumbing emergencies day or night. Drain Masters has serviced a wide variety of commercial facilities including hotels, restaurants, small and large office buildings and apartment complexes, schools, daycare centers, churches, and much more.
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The Commercial Plumbers at Drain Masters Plumbing

Drain Masters Plumbing is here to help with all your commercial plumbing emergencies day or night. Drain Masters has serviced a wide variety of commercial facilities including hotels, restaurants, small and large office buildings and apartment complexes, schools, daycare centers, churches, and much more.
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You Might be a Plumber, If??¬

In each and every one of us there is an ??úexperienced??Ñ plumber.
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What Causes Low Water Pressure?

There's a variety of issues that can cause low water pressure. Read this article to learn how to troubleshoot the root cause and start working towards a solution today.
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