Think before you pour!

Don’t be so quick to pour any store bought or home made chemicals down your pipes. Only pour chemicals down if your ready for the end results. Future problems will occur from putting chemicals down your drains. Unclogging a drain made be hard to chemicals is not the answer. Being in the drain and sewer cleaning business for over forty years we know the proper why to clean and unclog any drain. We know pouring chemicals down your plumbing system isn’t the right way and will inevitably create a larger more serious issue. Call Hiawatha Plumbing today before you make an easy job a nightmare.
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Dual Flush Toilets Pros and Cons

Some countries make dual flush toilet mandatory. Dual toilets are also known as “Green” toilets. These toilets flush no more then 1.6 gallons, compared to the standard toilets that flush 3.5 gallons. Most dual toilets are designed to use gravity to remove waste through a large trapway. Older toilets use pressure siphoning. The larger trapways are to reduce the amount of toilet clogs. The cost of the dual flushing toilets start at $250 and can go up to about four times the price. Dual toilets have a very modern look to them so they can match with a variety of bathroom styles. These toilets can be purchased in one or two piece sets.
Some cons to the dual flush toilets is that there harder to install. Each model is different and requires a professional plumber. These toilets also may require more cleaning due to the lower volume per flush. The buttons on the top of the unit may be confusing at first cause there not marked well. In most cases the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. A dual flush toilet in the long run will save you money on your water bill.

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Don’t look the other way when it comes to a plumbing leak

The key to mold control is moisture control. If mold is a problem in your home, you should clean up the mold promptly and fix the water problem.

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