Your home’s plumbing system is one of the most crucial components of your home. When it fails, it can start damaging your construction materials and start giving everyone in the house a dilemma.
Cooking oil and grease should never be poured down into your drain because they can coagulate and causes clogs once they freeze. The best solution is to flush the used cooking oil or grease from fried foods into an empty can and freeze, and then put it out on your kitchen trash.
Baby wipes are really convenient, but they don’t belong down to your toilet because the material used on it doesn’t break down quickly to go down the toilet. Don’t be a part of the problem and damage your own pipes in the process.
Throughout several months, these minerals start to accumulate in your tank in the form of sediment. This takes up valuable storage space and can lead to increased power consumption. Flushing your tank once every year limits these problems and can even extend your water heater’s lifespan.
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Angelo from Caccia repaired a gas line leak under our house today. He was very knowledgeable, personable and took the time to explain our plumbing needs as well as other observations about our home. I also appreciated that he explained the entire process of this repair from beginning to end, shared how and why he was conducting pressure tests and provided the results of the pressure test to me. I was surprised to learn we were losing 4 lbs of pressure per minute!
Caccia's price was a little higher than another quote I got, but the work was thorough, honest and I can sleep well tonight knowing the leak was repaired same day. Angelo basically treated our home like his own.
Update 2016. Still LOVE these guys. Have you ever hugged a plumber? I did today. We had a major clog in our sewage pipes that two other plumbers couldn't clear. These guys cleared it in an hour and install a new toilet. Tyrone and Ruben were so considerate, kept me updated on the progress and just did a great job. Very professional but personable. Thank you Caccia!