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Help, My Bathroom Sink is Draining Slow

If you wait until the drain starts backing up, and you can’t run the faucet at full strength, quite often that residue inside the pipe starts to deteriorate the piping and you end up spending more in the long run.

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Prevent Your Washing Machine Hoses from Failing

We had a customer call from Acworth, Ga. They had a water leak under their washing machine. She asked if there was anything she could have done ahead of time to try to prevent waking up to a puddle of water on the floor under the washing machine. Yes, Here is what you can do.

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Why Is My Garbage Disposal Making a Weird Noise?

Ask a Plumber – Why is my garbage disposal making a weird noise? Mr. Wyatt from Kennesaw, GA called us to ask about his garbage disposal making a weird noise. Here is a quick fix that you can try to free up the blades and get it humming again.

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12 Days of Plumbing Christmas Song

The 12 Days of Plumbing Christmas song. Spread some Christmas cheer (and plumber humor) – share song with your family and friends. This song is part of our series on Luxury Plumbing Features that enhance your home & increase your resale value.

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Your Top 17 Questions Answered about Tankless Water Heaters

In the past 24 months, we’ve had a significant increase in the number of clients replacing their standard water heaters with a tankless unit. At Trinity Plumbing, we know that purchasing a tankless water heater is a big decision. Here are the top 7 questions that clients asked before installing a tankless water heater.

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Trash Your Wipes Not Your Pipes #WipesClogPipes

In 1960, the first wet wipe was introduced to wipe your hands after eating at restaurants. Wipes have a long history, but the concept is evolving. Wet wipes are a convenience that consumers will gladly pay for. BUT wipes don’t belong in the toilet, no matter what the label says.

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