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  • Fourth of July Plumbing Tips

    Planning a big party for the Fourth of July? Before you invite over guests and fire up the grill, you may want to check on your plumbing first.

    Here are some tips to make the 4th a blast!

    1) Inspect your toilet

    You are going to need your toilet fully operational if you are inviting over guests. Before the party, check for these warning signs of a leak:

    • Need to jiggle the handle for proper flushing
    • Weird sounds
    • Having to hold down handle to complete flush
    • Water pooling on ground
    • Phantom flusher

    You can search for some solutions online or call over a handy Los Angeles plumbing company to provide assistance .

    2) Don’t use garbage disposal as a waste receptacle

    Too many people try to save time by throwing food scraps into the garbage disposal, causing a clog. In reality, the disposal should only be used in extreme measures, but people will chop vegetables and toss the rinds down the hole without even flipping the shred switch.

    Avoid throwing these items down the disposal:

    • Stringy vegetables, like celery, that can get tangled around blades
    • Hard foods, like corn rinds, that can damage disposal
    • Grease, fats, and oils, which congeal in the pipes and cause serious clogs
    • Non-compostable items, like plastic utensils, which need proper removal

    3) Check your outdoor water pressure

    If you plan to light off fireworks, which we DO NOT recommend or condone, you will want to make sure that you have an emergency extinguishing system. If you don’t own an extinguisher, your water hose is a viable substitute. We suggest placing a nozzle on the hose, so that you can increase the pressure and range. Again, do this at your own risk.

    Have a Happy Fourth!

  • World Toilet Day Becoming an Official UN Holiday

    November 19th has been “World Toilet Day” for a few years, but it is about to become recognized by the United Nations as an official holiday.

    While the toilet might not seem worthy of having its own holiday, think about how often you use it. The toilet is fundamental in maintaining sanitation standards in modern society and is one of the key contributors in reducing exposure to infectious and harmful diseases.

    Check out this fun, interactive website for more details and don’t forget to celebrate next month, on November 19th: http://www.celebratethetoilet.org/

  • Find DIY Plumbing Tips

    At Rooter Experts, we offer plenty of Do-It-Yourself tips in our blog to make maintaining your bathrooms easier and less expensive.

    If you are looking for another source, then check out DIY Network’s webpage dedicated to plumbing tips and tricks . This site is perfect for casual and hardcore DIYers, alike.

    We highly recommend this website- it is professional, informative, and the steps are easy-to-follow. Click on the link above and let us know what you think.