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7 Signs That You Need A Toilet Replacement

You might not think about it, but your toilet is one of the most important appliances in your home. It gets used multiple times a day, so it should be working as efficiently as possible. If your toilet is not functioning as it should be, it may be time for a toilet replacement. Read more »

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Are Flushable Wipes Really Safe to Flush?

Flushable wipes are used for cleaning purposes – either around your house or for personal hygiene. However, they could cause an issue when they are not disposed of properly. The packaging might indicate that they are flushable. The big question here is are they really meant to go into your plumbing system? Read more »

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Seasonal Plumbing Tips You Can Use This Holiday Season

A holiday is always an excuse to celebrate. However, when you are having fun with family and friends at home, it can be so easy to forget (and neglect) your plumbing system. In this article, we share some plumbing tips to get you through the holiday season. Read more »

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Top Bathroom Habits You Should Break

Most people have a morning bathroom routine. After waking, they stumble to the bathroom to shower or wash their face, shave or put on makeup, and do their hair. Their morning ablutions may follow a specific order so that nothing is overlooked in that half-awake, but hurried state. At other times, people will look to their bathrooms as an escape. They enjoy the alone time spent luxuriating in a long, hot bath or shower to melt away tensions of the day. Regardless of what bathroom routines that you may have, Robinson Plumbing, a professional bathroom plumbing services Whitehall, PA expert, shares some habits that you might want to be more aware of. Read more »

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How To Free A Toilet Clog With Ease

Toilet clogs can appear overwhelming. However, clogs can typically be handled with the use of a plunger, snake or a more advanced snake known as the closet auger. When all else fails, the toilet’s owner, or a plumber, can manually remove the blockage. Toilet clogs commonly occur in a part of the fixture that is tight and curves upward. Read more »