Garbage Disposal Services Guide Einstein Pros Plumbing

Garbage Disposal Services Guide 2020

Kitchens play an important role in keeping the daily routine of a household in check, and for a family that loves to cook, a problematic kitchen can be a hassle. Common kitchen problems like drain leaks, non-functional faucets, and worst of all, a clogged system.

Removing Limescale

Removing Limescale

When there is high mineral content in your areas, such as limestone, chalk, and gypsum, the water becomes dense resulting in what we call hard water. This phenomenon causes white, solid films to form around faucets, drains, pipes, and appliances. When left alone, the mineral deposits begin to build up, creating what we now call limescale.

What is a Fatberg, and Why You Should Care

What Is a Fatberg?

Imagine the big pile of sediments and other wastes that have built up and clogged your sewer line. Now, imagine how much waste goes through a city’s sewerage every day? With all the solid waste made up of grease, oil, and concealed fat mixed together with tissue paper and wet wipes, there is bound to be a big massive chunk of sediment build-up.

What is a Water Hammer - Einstein Pros

What is a Water Hammer?

Like how a normal hammer sounds like when it starts banging on something, a water hammer sounds the same way. A water hammer is not just a problem that requires immediate attention because of its consequences, but also the sound it makes it also relatively annoying and unsettling to have in your home.

How to Maintain a Long-Lasting Pipeline? - Einstein Pros

How to Maintain a Long-Lasting Pipeline?

Pipeline systems can last for a very long time. Depending on how well you take care of your plumbing fixtures and the material they are made of, a pipeline system can live up to 100 years. Materials such as cast iron lines have an average lifespan of 75 to 100 years. Copper lines can exceed 50 years, and brass supply lines can last around 50 to 70 years.