Thursday, October 30, 2014

13 Plumbing Facts You Probably Didn't Know

Plumbing Facts

  1. The average person spends three whole years of their life sitting on the toilet.
  2. King George II of Great Britain died falling off a toilet on the 25th of October 1760.
  3. Over $100,000 were spent on a study to determine whether most people put their paper on the holder with the flap in front or behind. Three out of four people have the flap in the front.
  4. Albert Einstein was made an honorary member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union after he had announcement that he would be a plumber if he had to live his life all over again.
  5. The most famous plumbers ever are Mario and Luigi.
  6. The toilet is flushed more times during the super bowl halftime than at any time during the year. 
  7. The word "plumber" comes from the latin word "plumbum", which means "lead".
  8. Manhole covers are circular because if they're turned sideways, they can't fall through their own opening.
  9. Standardized plumbing can be traced back to around 3,000 BC.
  10. If you have a leaky faucet that drips twice per minute, you'll waste over a gallon of water in a week.
  11. Have you ever heard the myth about water flowing in the opposite direction in the Southern Hemisphere? It's not true. It's possible for water to flow either direction in either Hemisphere.
  12. In 1939, Al Moen invented the single handle faucet that can control hot and cold water in just one turn.
  13. The average person visits the toilet six to eight times per day. 
 -Kevin Szabo Jr

Monday, October 6, 2014

Having a Water Filtration System in Your Home

Purified Water At Your Convenience

Water is the number one natural resource in the world. We use it in our daily lives. We drink it, cook with it, bathe with it, and use it in our everyday function. We can't live without water. Americans are fortunate enough to have potable water in our homes. The water purification plants do everything possible to bring clean water to our homes. They add chlorine to try to clean it up, but as much as they try to clean it, they could only do so much. Tap water is full of chlorine, lead, bacteria, hormones, and drug-by-products. The average person shouldn't be consuming tap water without a filter.

American families have grown accustomed to drinking bottled water at home. It's healthier, cleaner, taste better and not full of chemicals, which is the reason why nobody wants to drink tap water. But bottled water ends up costing a fortune and is harmful to the environment. Plastic bottles are polluting our planet. We have recycling centers all over, but unfortunately, not everyone recycles. Plastic bottles, end up every where. Most plastic bottles take 450 years to decompose. And not all plastic bottles are recyclable. Which makes you think!

Clean purified water at your convenience should be something to look into. Water purification systems will save your health, the environment, and of course money in the long run. Here at Kevin Szabo Jr Plumbing, we suggest a whole house water purification system. This way your entire house has clean, purified water. You will notice the difference right away. It's understandable if you can't make that purchase right now. At least invest in a under sink water filter. This way, your family has clean drinking and cooking water.

If you have any questions about water filtration systems for your home, please email or call me.

-Kevin Szabo Jr

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Have A Plumber Do Your Home Inspection

Not the right way to start in your new house

Plumbing Home Inspection

When purchasing a home, we are excited about finally owning our own house/townhouse/condo. A significant amount of people overlook the must do inspections. They are too busy celebrating the approval for their mortgage. Well, you need to plan ahead. You have to make sure your new home doesn't cost you thousands down the line.

After months of looking for your perfect house and having your bid accepted, you need to have professionals inspect your plumbing. Having a licensed plumber come do an inspection on your house should be a number one priority. They can detect leaks and bad plumbing. Having a leak in your plumbing will cost you a large sum, that you shouldn't have to pay.

When homes are built, they usually have a couple different companies working on the house. Most of the time, the plumbing will be installed by a few different plumbers. One will do the rough plumbing, another will install the toilets, sinks, and lastly after everything is built in the house, you will have a different plumber/plumbing company come installing the kitchen appliances, washer and dryer. After a few years of wear and tear, your plumbing needs to be checked to make sure everything is functioning correctly. One of the most common leaks come from the connection of the new appliances to the water supply line.

I don't know how happy you would be with this set up!
Don't be a fool, don't rush into purchasing your new home without having a licensed plumber inspect your future home. Have one of our licensed plumbers inspect your home. It will save you a head ache and lot's of money in the future. You can also have the plumber explain and show you a few things that you didn't notice about your plumbing. It always helps to know a little more.

If you have any questions or concerns please call or email us. We are always here to help.

-Kevin Szabo Jr

Friday, September 12, 2014

Maintenance Tasks For The Fall

Getting Ready For The Colder Months

We had a great Summer, now it's over. We are use to our horrible Winter weather, as long as we don't get the Winter we had last year. That was unbearable. Pipes freezing, pipes bursting, heaters not working properly, and skyrocket electric/gas bills. I honestly think nobody was really prepared for that. Let's make sure everyone is ready for the cold. Having your home ready, is a great way to start this Fall. 

Insulate Your Pipes
      -Exposed Pipes- any pipes that carry water in/out of your house should be wrapped up.
            *wrap with electrical heating tape, then wrap in foam pipe insulation.
Shut off all faucets on the exterior of your house
      -Hoses, sprinklers, should be drained and put away.
Check Your Roof
      -Check your roof for damage, curled shingles, and leaky vents.
Look into proper drainage
      -Water is your enemy. It can cause lot's of damage. Don't let it happen.
Clean Your Gutters
      -Clean them. Don't let anything sit there. Leaves, debris, and anything else that made it's way in
        your gutter.
Check Your Furnace
      -Make sure it's working correctly. Change the filter. When you are using the Heater, make sure
       you change the filter every month.
Water Heater
      -Drain your water heater. Assess the condition of the tank. Clean out the debris.
      -If your water heater is located somewhere where it's not heated:wrap your heater tank in a
       insulating blanket.
Look For Drafts
      -Windows, doors, and any other openings.
      -If you have a A/C unit, take it down for the Winter, and store it. Or cover it with a water proof
      cover, plus tape off all around it.
      -Have your chimney cleaned before you use it this Fall
It's the little things that will make a difference. Don't slack, and wait for the last second. Do it now before it's too cold. If you need a professional plumber to come winterize your house, give us a call and we'll come out. 

If you have any questions call or email 
-Kevin Szabo Jr

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

What Does A Plumber Do?

plumb·er  [pluhm-er]
1. a person who installs and repairs piping, fixtures, appliances, and appurtenances in connection with the water supply, drainage systems, etc., both in and out of buildings.
2. Slang. an undercover operative or spy hired to detect or stop leaks of news or secret information, often using questionable or illegal methods, as illegal entry or wiretapping.
3. Obsolete . a worker in lead or similar metals.

What is a plumber?

A trades person who specializes in installing and maintaining systems used for potable (drinking) water, sewage, and drainage in plumbing systems.

When ever someone thinks of a plumber they generally think of Super Mario. Big mustache, overalls, and a pipe in hand on their way to fix a toilet. People think of  a plumber as someone who you call when your toilet is not working. They tend to forget that plumbers cover so much in their  home or business.

Things you probably didn't know they work on...

  • Hot Water Heaters
  • Sewer Lines
  • Gas Lines
  • Water Softeners
  •         Flooding

Rule of thumb, if it has a pipe, call a plumber

  •       build and repair water supply lines
  •       build and repair sewerage to all types of buildings
  •       work on main line stoppages 
  •       repair or replace valves
  •       work on and install water heaters
  •       install tubs and showers

Some needed skills, interests, and values that plumbers need

  • Reading drawings, and specifications to determine layout of water supply, waste, and venting systems
  • Detecting faults in plumbing appliances and systems, and correctly diagnosing their causes
  • Installing, repairing and maintaining domestic, commercial, and industrial plumbing fixtures and systems
  • Locating and marking positions for pipe connections, passage holes, and fixtures in walls and floors
  • Measuring, cutting, bending, and threading pipes using hand and power tools or machines
  •         Joining pipes and fittings together using soldering techniques, compression fittings, threaded fittings, and push-on fittings.
  • Testing pipes for leaks using air and water pressure gauges
  • Awareness of legal regulations and safety issues
  • Ensuring safety standards and build regulations are met.

Kevin Szabo Jr.

Monday, May 12, 2014

Tips On Remodeling Your Bathroom

Times are hard, but we are all trying to make due. Some of us have a little extra money here and there that we have been saving up to remodel our bathroom. Two important places that you should invest on is your kitchen and your bathroom. It increases the value of your home and it feels good to have a nice bathroom.

It is important to know the budget before remodeling your bathroom, what is your budget? How much money can you afford for your bathroom remodel? Once you figure out your budget going down your list will be easier.

Ask around for bathroom ideas. Ask friends, family, or coworkers. Look through home magazines. Go online and search whats new and hip. You might have a theme in mind, but it won't hurt to look around. They always have new looks and as you get older your taste changes. Make sure you look at everything before you choose what style you want to go with.

  • Do you want to keep the same bathroom layout? Or can you afford to change/move things around?
  • Do you want a shower, tub, or both? Is your bathroom big enough to fit both? If you are getting a tub, make sure you sit in the tub before you buy it. Who cares if people are looking, get in that tub and make sure you are happy sitting inside of it. Is it deep enough? Is it comfortable? Are you going to have someone else join you in this tub?
  • What kind of vanity do you want? This goes with what style or theme you are going with. Traditional, modern, luxurious, crisp & clean, elegant, romantic, etc. 
  • After you figure out the vanity, the sink is easier to pick out. 
  • Pick out a bathroom floor, remember you have to clean it, make sure it's something easy to clean. Pick something that works with your look, price, durability, and cleaning. 
  • Toilet is a must have. Do you want something with gadgets, fancy, or something comfortable that you'll enjoy reading the paper in the morning. We spend lots of time sitting on the toilet, make sure you like what you pick. 
  • Wall colors, what kind of colors do you have in mind? Painting is a must. It will liven up your bathroom. 
  • Lighting. Depending on your budget, you should spend on lighting. If your budget is limited, you should make it a point to work on the lighting. 
  • Plumbing fixtures. Don't be cheap on your plumbing fixtures. Do your research, and spend some money on your fixtures. Cheap fixtures don't last as long. 
  • If you are getting a curtain rod for your shower or tub, make sure you get a nice shower curtain. Depending on the size of the bathroom, it is one of the first things you notice when you walk it. 
Everyone's bathroom is different. Some bathrooms have not been updated in a long time, others have horrible plumbing, and the lucky ones only need a few touch ups to update the look. Whether you are planning on doing it yourself, have your friends help you, or call a professional, remember it doesn't hurt to call a plumber to give you an estimate. A plumber can walk you through what the bathroom needs or even give you new ideas that you didn't think could fit in there. They can always work with your budget. Good luck and happy remodeling. 


Saturday, April 12, 2014

Teaching Your Kids About Basic Plumbing

At an early age kids are fascinated with water, toilets, and everything else they can get their hands on. As soon as you turn your back on your kid, they have their hands down the toilet splashing that water with a giant smile on their face. You can't help but laugh along with them, even though you have to explain to them that they can't do that.

We have to explain to our kids the importance of plumbing. Teaching our children that plumbing follows the basic laws of nature, gravity, pressure, water seeking it's own level might seem like a lot but they understand. Kids are very smart. That's why they are always trying to flush their toys, your keys, loads of paper towels, loose change, and stuffed animals down the toilet. They understand that if they put it in there and flush it will disappear into another dimension.

They have to be taught that it's not magic. It might be fun, but it will cause a lot of damage to your pipes and to your pockets. Kids have to understand that their health depends on a properly functioning plumbing system. They need to use the toilet, they need for everything to drain and not be backed up. They need safe drinking water coming into the house, they need clean water to shower and clean up with. Without it we would be living back in the stone ages.

At a early age they should know not to flush:

  • Toys- Yes Aqua Man can swim, but he can stay in the bathtub 
  • Wipes- baby wipes, cleaning wipes, even wipes that say "flushable"
  • Q-Tips- they are skinny, but it can cause obstruction in the pipes
  • Diapers- when kids are learning to potty train, they think it's ok to take off that diaper and put it in the toilet. Big No!

For kids who are old enough to help you with the dishes:

  • Don't dispose of grease, bones, stringy vegetables, corn husks, potato peels, pasta, or any anything starchy down the garbage disposal.
  • Explain to them that they should properly clean the dishes before placing them in the dishwasher. 
When they are old enough to be left home alone:
We have to teach our kids to be independent, strong and able to handle simple plumbing issues

If you have any questions or concerns email or call me

Kevin Szabo Jr 

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Things Every Woman Should Know How To Repair Around Their Home

It's 2014, men should still be gentlemen and fix whatever needs to be fixed and handle any other home repair that needs to be done. In general, women can handle most home repair tasks without asking their husbands, or significant others to do it for them. I know for a fact that they can do a lot more than we ever give them credit for. Some women  know how to fix stuff better than we do, but leave the home repair up to us just because they know they can.  My significant other always tackles any home repair issue without asking for help because she enjoys the feeling and knows how to do it.  It honestly makes me proud. We always want to be there, but in case we aren't we want our women to know how to do these things.

Things Every Woman Should Know How To Repair

Tools you should always have at home

  • Power drill
  • Hammer
  • Screw driver set
  • Wrench
  • Channel locks
  • Scissors
  • Pliers
  • Level
  • Measuring Tape
  • Flash light
  • Staple gun
  • Wood saw

Foot Note: There is a lot of men out there that don't know how to do any home repair and have to have a woman show them. This post isn't meant as an insult towards women in any way shape or form.

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If you have any issues or concerns call or email

Kevin Szabo Jr 

Friday, March 21, 2014

Indoor Spring Cleaning and Maintenance

We all clean our homes on a regular bases. After having all our windows closed through out most of Fall and Winter we have to go the extra mile to clean and maintain everything. All that dust that builds up from having everything closed. Certain stuff not being used over Winter, we have to make sure it's working properly.

The first thing you have to do, is open every single window. Let that fresh air in. Now turn some music on and let's go down the list.

  • Clean or replace your furnace filters
  • Test your air conditioning system(don't wait till it gets too hot to see if it's working). 
  • Check caulking around all windows and doors. Improper caulking allows for moisture to get inside your walls and can cause mold. 
  • Replace screens on your windows if they are torn or broken.
  • Clean your windows, inside and outside.
  • Test your smoke and fire detector, replace batteries if needed. Dust the inside and outside. 
  • Check your fire extinguisher.
  • Clean your ceiling fan with a wet rag.
  • Rotate your ceiling fan so it's spinning counter clock wise for Summer. 
  • Clean out your fridge and freezer. Place a new box of baking soda in the back to maintain freshness. 
  • Check for pest problems, you might look into calling someone to spray before the warmer months. 
  • Organize your closets, put away Winter clothes and bring out the Spring and Summer clothes. 
  • Clean your walls, sponge and water, or a wet rag. Dust builds up on your walls, especially during Fall and Winter. 
  • Dust and reorganize your book shelves. Move your books around, place some vertically, and some horizontally.
  • Wipe down all your lightbulbs. 
  • Wash your shower curtain. Replace the inside liner. You can buy the inside liner for a buck or two. They tent to get moldy quickly. 
  • Clean your bathroom walls, having your fan on during and after showers isn't enough. Mold grows, you have to prevent it.
  • Soak your shower head in vinegar and lemon for half an hour or longer if you please. Minerals tend to build up in it. 
  • Vacuum mattress and box spring.
  • Dust off all vents.
  • Clean out the dryer ducts.
If it seems like your in need of a Plumber, Electrician, Heating and AC Repairman, or a General Handyman give them a call. Don't wait to the last second. Trust us, you'll be glad that you took care of things before they got bad. 

If you have any questions or concerns, email or call me.


Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Plumbing Fixtures Should Be Installed By A Professional

Plumbing Fixtures

You need to be a licensed plumber to install plumbing fixtures. I know some fixtures are easy and seem pretty simple to install. You honestly should leave it to the professionals to install your plumbing fixtures. Not only do they know exactly what they are doing, they also have all the plumbing tools they need for the job. You might have to run back and forth to the hardware store to pick up certain things that you might need to install your faucet or to change/ install a toilet. Plumbers carry all they need for the job on their work vans. Fully stocked vans.

I'm all for people knowing how to do certain things in their house, but you should be careful. You need to take into consideration all the things that you have to do when changing a plumbing fixture. Making sure that your fixtures and or hardware isn't mismatched. Purchasing plumbing fixtures for your bathroom only considering the price. Cheap faucets look cheat and will eventually leak. Plumbers will advice you on what fixtures work best for your budget. Forgetting to replace the shut off valves for hot and cold under the vanity or for the toilet. Plumbers know that the washer inside the valves deteriorates, and it wont shut off anymore or it will start to leak. Last, licensed plumbers know how to install it right and up to code.

Instead of spending your whole Saturday afternoon figuring out what goes where and why in the world isn't this functioning correctly, just call the plumber. He will be there in no time while you sit back and watch the ball game. In an hour, or less, depending on what you are having installed you will have your plumbing fixtures installed. No head ache, no hassles.

If you have any questions or comments email or call me.

Kevin Szabo Jr

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Commercial Drain Cleaners Are Dangerous

Baking Soda and Vinegar Is Environmentally Friendly And The Way To Go

We all love quick, cheap solutions to fixing our problems. That's what they are, quick and cheap. They don't really solve our problems. Commercial Drain Cleaners are famous for fixing your problem right away. What happens in the long run?

They never explain to you that it's a quick solution. Commercial Drain Cleaners are filled with dangerous chemicals that the average person shouldn't use in their household, especially to clean. They are hazardous! Most commercial drain cleaners come in three forms. Caustic drain cleaners, Oxidizing drain cleaners, or Acid drain cleaners. Caustic contains lye and caustic. Oxidizing contains bleach, peroxides, and nitrates. Acid drain cleaners contain sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid.

How is any of this safe? They do tell you to wear gloves, to make sure the area is ventilated, and keep children and pets away. When a combination of these chemicals come in contact with water they cause a heat build up and release hydrogen gasses. I'm sorry, I like my health and my loved ones being safe. In the long run, you will continue needing to use it over and over. It wont solve your draining problem. Save your self the money and just call a plumber. I promise you it will be cheaper and safer in the long run.

Reasons Why You Should Using Commercial Drain Cleaners

  • Hazardous chemicals
  • They are corrosive, if you get them on your hands or skin it can cause irritation
  • Breathing the fumes can be very harmful
  • Horrible for your pipes

The Power of Baking Soda and Vinegar

Baking Soda and Vinegar are natural products that you can use in your household to solve your problems. Pour 1 cup of baking soda down your drain with 1 cup of vinegar. It will cause bubbling and fizzing. Don't worry, that is normal. Pour three cups of boiling water down the drain. It should do the trick. It's natural and a great solution to your clogged drain.

If you are having issues with your garbage disposal smelling, baking soda and vinegar will do wonders. 1/2 a cup of baking soda and 1/2 cup of vinegar. Let it sit for 5 minutes and then run hot water down your garbage disposal. To clean your garbage disposal, freeze white distilled vinegar in a ice cube tray. Run vinegar ice cubes down the garbage disposal, with cold water.

At home we use vinegar, baking soda and lemons to clean as much as possible. It works great, no complains. It's also safe, which is our main concern.

If you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to email or call

Kevin Szabo Jr

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Have Your Sump Pump Ready For Flood Season

All we did this Winter was complain about how cold it was and how much it snowed. Those sub zero days were killing us along with snow that wouldn't stop. We haven't had this much snow in years. All that snow is just sitting there. Now as the temperature rises, it's melting. Melting snow along with rain falls causes flooding. 

Nobody wants unwanted water in or near their home. Backup water puts pressure on your waste pipes. Yuck, you don't want sewage water backing into your home.

If your home has previous flooded or the neighborhood is known for flooding, you need to prepare. Sump pumps, remove accumulated water in a collecting sump base. You need to get one, if you don't already have one. If you have one, make sure it works. Monthly or quarterly fill it up with water to make sure the pump is working and draining properly. Clean around it, keep all the clutter around it to a minimal. You should also invest in a battery backup sump pump system(Zoeller Aquanet). Trust me you will be thankful. The average pump should last you around 8-10 years. Check with your home insurance, some home insurances will cover it if you are lucky.

I recommend you get a generator,  and have annual check ups on your pump. If you have any questions about your pump, or need advice you should check with a plumber

Living in Chicago or Chicago suburbs we are use to this weather. One day it's beautiful, the next it's a snow storm, the following it's crazy rainfalls. We all, or most of us say that we will move. We never do. We do enjoy having our eventful seasons. It keeps us entertained. Just be prepared and everything will turn out alright. If not, that's what insurance is for. Check with your insurance agent that everything is up to date. 

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Monday, February 3, 2014

Cowboy Plumbers

Is He A Licensed Plumber?

When you search "cowboy plumber" you wont get a definition or exact description of what they look like. The last thing you want is to pay hundreds of dollars, or even worse, thousands of dollars to a cowboy plumber. A cowboy plumber is a unlicensed plumber, who doesn't fully know what they are doing. They are in a rush to just get the job done, instead of trying to do it right. Most cowboy plumbers don't know all the plumbing codes, so the last thing on their mind is following plumbing codes and rules.

Anybody can advertise that they are a plumber. Newspapers, yellow book, business listing sites, business marketing sites, don't go out of their way to find out if these so called plumbers are actually licensed plumbers. It is your job to ask the plumber to see their plumbing license.

We know at times when you are dealing with an emergency you just want to fix the problem right away. We don't blame you. You just need to do a little research before hiring a plumber. Make sure he is licensed, bonded, and insured. Look up the company's name online. Look for reviews. Ask friends and family members for a plumber that they have previously used.

After doing some quick research, have your licensed plumber come out and check your problem. Have him explain to you what the problem is and what they can do to solve it. You are the customer. As the customer, you should ask as many questions as you'd like. At the end of the day, nobody can make you do anything you don't want to do. Make sure you are making the right decision by choosing the right plumber.

Here are some plumbing nightmares. Some are quite funny.

If you need help or just have a few plumbing questions, give me a call or email me

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Creative and Awesome Toilet Paper Designs

It's 2014, Have More Fun In The Bathroom

I guess using regular toilet paper is old news. I keep coming across funny toilet paper. Most of it, is a waste of money, others I can't see how anybody would spend the money on it. Honestly, I buy regular toilet paper. Sam's Club always has great deals on Charmin. Maybe, I should live on the edge and spend a few bucks on a roll of toilet paper, or maybe I should save my money and put it to good use.

This post is meant to be funny. Please don't take it to heart. Enjoy the funny rolls I came across.

You can't go wrong with Chuck Norris
"Chuck Norris once had his own toilet paper brand. It was taken off the market because it wouldn't take crap from anybody."

They say you can write on this one without poking through. If it comes with a pen I might buy it.

Woman Nagging Toilet Paper

A lot of things to measure in the bathroom.
Exotic Toilet Paper

Glow In The Dark Toilet Paper
(you can't tell the difference on here, but I was assured it works)

Cheese Grated Toilet Paper. For Real Men. 

Wiping with money makes someone people feel better

Mind Trainer Toilet Paper. This actually looks cool. I will add this to my Christmas list. 

Every Military and Hunters Dream Toilet Paper

Japanese Toilet Paper with Kuji Suzuki Novels written on it

Origami Toilet Paper, very useful.

Sodoku Toilet Paper

Last but not least, I found the world's most expensive toilet paper. Why anybody in their right mind would spend $1,300,000 on a roll of 3-ply 22 carat gold toilet paper is and has to be extremely out there! I guess if you have the money to waste and don't mind splurging go right ahead. While you are at it, make sure to buy the golden pills. They make your poop filled with gold.(
After spending all your money on crazy toilet paper make sure that all your plumbing is working properly. If you have any questions or comments don't hesitate to email. I'm always glad to answer you plumbing questions. Next week we are doing a Q & A about plumbing. Send your questions, so we can get them answered and published on time. 

Friday, January 17, 2014

Plumber Is Not Just A Job, It's A Career!

What Does A Plumber Do?

I looked up the definition of "Plumber", it says a plumber is a person whose job is to install or repair sinks, toilets, water pipes. To me, that didn't sum up the description of a plumber. A plumber protects the health of the nation.
I once read an article that compared plumbers to doctors, and how much more plumbers seem to do but don't get as much recognition. Plumber are there when ever you have an emergency in your home or work place. They are able to fix 99% of your plumbing problems.
Plumbers supply you with drinking and clean water. They make sure that your sewage system is working properly so you don't get sick. If your plumbing isn't draining correctly, it can be very harmful. Water is essential to our lives, but if it's dirty or full of diseases it can be deadly. Plumbers fix all your drainage, sewage, leakage, blockage, frozen pipes, prevent contamination, flooding problems, and adjust water temperature. A plumber keeps you disease free, healthy, and squeaky clean. Plumbing is the greatest system in the world to rid us of our toxic waste. Without plumbers the system wouldn't function correctly.
Appreciate plumbers for everything they do. These men and women work extremely hard for us.
Kevin Szabo Jr

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