Tips for Fixing a Stinky Garbage Disposal

Tips for Fixing a Stinky Garbage Disposal

Are you noticing a foul smell coming from your kitchen? Stand over your sink and take a whiff. It could be coming from your garbage disposal. Even if you’ve been careful with what you put down the sink, all garbage disposals get build-up from time to time, which basically consists of rotting, decomposing food. It’s likely this could be causing your smell problem.

Thankfully, there are a few quick fixes you can try that may get rid of that build-up and get your sink smelling clean again. Just be sure hands, fingers and all other human extremities are out of the way before trying any of these cleaning tips.

Cleaning A Faucet Aerator: Simple Plumbing Cleaning Chore

Faucet Aerator

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) September 11, 2012 -- Faucet aerators mix air with the water, minimizing splashing and reducing the amount of water used (and the energy required to heat hot water) without reducing the effectiveness of the water stream. “An aerator contains a screen and a water reducer/aerator washer,” according to Bob Beall, the most referred plumber in the Northeast Ohio and Southwest Pennsylvania region. According to Mr Rooter, “these little items have a habit of collecting bits of naturally occurring mineral sediment in the water.” Mr Rooter’s Tip Of The Day is delivered directly to your inbox daily from master plumber and president of Mr Rooter Plumbing Pittsburgh/Youngstown. Beall’s family owned and operated business serves 2.9 million residential and commercial customers, offering a free second opinion on any plumbing repair job.

Air Conditioning and Ventilation Cleaning Offer to Protect Against Allergens

Roy's Air Conditioning and Ventilation Cleaning

Tonawanda, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2012 -- Roy’s Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling, a local HVAC and plumbing contractor, is offering discounted rates on all their services, specifically duct and ventilation cleaning, for a limited time. In an effort to protect their customers with allergies from the additional harm of a dirty ventilation system, the HVAC contractor is offering the reduced prices until the end of the allergy season in May.

The spring season means rebirth and clear weather for the majority of the population. But for over 35 million Americans the spring means stuffy noses, cold symptoms, and itchy eyes. The pollens, molds, and dander that come from seasonal shifts are powerful allergens that can easily contaminate your systems, rendering even the most well designed ventilation system ineffective and hazardous.

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