Tips to Eliminate Garbage Disposal Odor During the Holidays

Around the holidays, your garbage disposal probably gets a lot more useful than during any other time of year. You might be baking Christmas cookies or hosting neighborhood holiday parties. You may be keeping visiting relatives at your home and making treats for the office. Odds are that you will be tossing a lot of food scraps down the garbage disposal. After a while, the garbage disposal can start to smell a little, well, horrendous. Here are some tips to...
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How To Prevent Plumbing Problems this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Therefore, now is the time to get your plumbing ready for the holidays and to learn how to prevent plumbing problems this Thanksgiving. As weird as it sounds, the day after Thanksgiving (dubbed "Brown Friday") is the busiest day of the year for most plumbing companies. Why is that, you ask? Well, while we enjoy the extra food and guests during the holidays, our plumbing systems get a serious workout. Generally, Thanksgiving wreaks havoc...
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Trenchless Sewer Repair – How Effective is It?

First of all, trenchless sewer repair and replacement is just as effective as traditional, trenched sewer repair. The differences, however, lie in the varying availability of materials, the equipment your plumbing company has access to, and the skill of the plumbers themselves. Luckily, here at Scott English Plumbing, Inc., we have all three in spades! The Two Types of Trenchless Sewer Repair - Relining and Pipe Bursting There is more than one type of trenchless sewer repair. The two different...
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Signs of a Broken Sewer Line

When it comes to broken sewer lines, there are several signs you should always be on the lookout for. Unfortunately, most home and business owners are woefully unaware of the different signs of a broken sewer line. So, to help rectify this little problem, the team of plumbing professionals here at Scott English Plumbing, Inc. has put together a list of the five most common signs of a broken sewer line. So, without further ado, let's get started! Sign 1...
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How to Use a Plunger Properly

Every homeowner and renter should invest in a plunger. You might not think that owning one is important, until that one moment, when you try to flush the toilet and the water fills up rather than flushes down the drain. Without a plunger, you could become the victim of the overflowing toilet. And no one has time for that! You can purchase a plunger at any home improvement store or at a large grocery superstore. In order to keep your...
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