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How You’re Supposed to Be Treated By a Plumber

Something we don’t touch upon that often is the discourse around hiring a plumber in Boca Raton, FL. Plumbers can make homeowners feel guilty every time they show up because it seems like so many issues can be prevented. Homeowners can feel bad when they encounter a drain clog, because they might have accidentally flushed something they shouldn’t have down the drain. A plumber can amplify that feeling, and cause homeowners to resist calling for help until the very last minute.

It’s not enough to say that you shouldn’t be treated by a plumber like this. We understand that homeowners can accidentally flush paper towels down the drain, or perhaps they never learned that fats, oils, and greases shouldn’t be sent down the drain. Our job isn’t to scold you, it’s to make sure your home plumbing problem is addressed effectively and affordably. You deserve to be treated right.

Get Treated Right By Our Team

It shouldn’t be a surprise that we’re going to talk about why we’re different from your average plumber in Boca Raton. While we know why plumbers act this way, and how homeowners feel, we make it a point to act differently so we can provide the service that will make everyone happy. There’s a reason why our slogan involves” nice people and super-service.” It’s because we go above and beyond in avoiding shaming you, or making your plumbing woes feel like they’re your fault. That’s because most of the time, they’re not!

What to Flush and What Not to Flush

How are you supposed to know what’s okay to send down the drain and what’s not? Plumbers don’t exactly teach a course in high school about the right materials for your drain. It’s nonsense for a plumber to just expect a homeowner to know how to treat their plumbing right, as if we were all taught by the same teacher. So, let’s start from scratch and let us teach you the basics.

When it comes to toilets and anything going into your septic tank or sewer system, toilet paper is the only dry material that should ever be flushed down your toilet. Aside from waste and liquid, toilet paper can be flushed because it is designed to dissolve over time. However, your sink drains and shower drains are different.

Sink and shower drains will clog up if anything aside from liquids are sent down them. Fats and oils might seem like liquids in their current state, but once they get inside your drain and cool down they’ll turn into solids. That’s why we advise homeowners to stop sending those kinds of materials down the drain.

We’ve Got Your Back

We get it, you might not have known these kinds of guidelines and now you find yourself with slow drains and backed-up plumbing. It’s not your fault. We really don’t care how it got to this point, all we care about is treating you right and getting rid of the problem for good.

At Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC, you can count on nice people and super service. Call our super-friendly team today!


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