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By: Carrie V.
Mick's Plumbing
We called Mick's plumbing after scheduling an appointment with another plumber and them being a No Show. He came over and gave us a competitive bid that evening. We decided to go with him because he was willing to do repairs for the walls that we're going to be torn out to get to the plumbing we needed done. Mick and his team were on time, courteous, and cleaned up after themselves. We had a couple plumbing issues we talked with him about while he was here replacing the stack from our bathroom into the basement and he was flexible and worked with us on a solution and also worked these repairs in to the main job. He was amazingly easy to work with and the work was done quickly and effectively. We will definitely call on him again with any plumbing issue!
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By: michael.balaski
Mick's Plumbing
Mick was very nice, professional and reassuring that he would get things fixed. The work done looks very good. I will be having him come back to remodel our other bathroom.
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By: mick s.
Mick's Plumbing
Mick's plumbing provides prompt, professional and top quality service! Nowadays, it's nice to have consistant dependable service.
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By: michael.balaski
Mick's Plumbing
Mick did a great Jon in our hallway bathroom. I definitely will use him again. I highly recommend him for your plumbing needs.
Tips & Advices
The following tools and common household objects can be used to clean drains at home:
  • A plunger
  • A drain snake
  • Baking soda
  • Vinegar
  • Grease-fighting dish soap
Homeowners can mix boiling water with any of the last three products to break up grease and grime.
The main ingredients in clog removal liquid products are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite. According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, both break down into relatively harmless components when it comes into contact with water or soil. However, both substances cause mild irritation to skin and internal tissues.
Also known as a drain auger, a drain snake is a coiled device around ΒΌ-inch thick. To use a drain snake, put the end into the entrance of the drain. Turn the handle to force the snake deeper, using extra pressure to force it through the bend in the pipe. Keep turning until the snake hits the clog, then either pull the snake and remove the obstruction or force it through. Once the snake is out of the drain, run the water on full blast for a few minutes to ensure the obstruction is completely removed.
Plungers don't damage residential pipes, but the force created by the act of plunging weakens the seal between the toilet and the floor.
Many plumbers, both local businesses and nationwide chains, offer emergency or same-day services.

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