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Don’t Make These Thanksgiving Plumbing Mistakes

Posted on November 17th, 2016 by Jupiter Tequesta

plumber jupiter fl | Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing & ElectricThanksgiving is just a week away and it’s time to get your dinner plans in order. Between defrosting the turkey and inviting over guests we know that the holidays can become hectic. Make sure that you don’t make these Thanksgiving plumbing mistakes.

Thanksgiving Plumbing Mistakes:

  • Not Putting a Garbage Can in the Guest Bathroom – Remind your guests that only waste and toilet paper go down the bathroom sink. Keep an empty garbage can in there so that they aren’t tempted to flush what they shouldn’t.
  • Dumping Grease Down the SinkThere tends to be a lot of grease leftover after cooking Thanksgiving dinner. Although grease may look like a liquid, it is important that you keep it far away from your kitchen sink. When cool, the grease will harden and stick to the sides of your plumbing pipes, causing a clog.
  • Not Cleaning Off Plates FirstYou might be tempted to throw all of the plates directly into the dishwasher, but in most homes, your dishwasher is directly attached to your kitchen’s garbage disposal. Make sure that any grease, as well as any starchy or fibrous foods that can cause clogs are scraped off into the trash first.

If you do run into any problems with your home’s plumbing this Thanksgiving, don’t hesitate to give our professionals a call! We are here to help you with all of your home plumbing needs.

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