Doug Turner Plumbing CO. Blog : Archive for April, 2020

Potential Problems with Your Sewer Line

Monday, April 20th, 2020

A vector illustration of a broken sewer pipe that is currently leaking sewage into the sewer system.If you live in Memorial, then there’s no doubt that you’ve got a functioning sewer line in your home. Having one of these is necessary if you want a clean, high-functioning, and hygienic space. If this sewer line begins to develop a problem, it’s not just going to stop there, it’s going to spread to your entire plumbing system.

It’s always a good idea to stay prepared so you don’t have to scramble to find a solution if something like this does happen in your home. That’s why we’re going to run through everything you need to know about your sewer line today. We’ll give you a little info about this system, the potential problems to look out for, and how we can help. You can always count on our team for plumbing in Memorial, Houston.

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We Might Be Low on Toilet Paper, But These Alternatives are Always a No-Go

Monday, April 6th, 2020
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The nasty aftermath of flushing wipes.

We know that the circumstances in our country as of lately have made it rough getting the supplies you need. People across the nation have flocked to grocery stores and bought so much toilet paper that storefronts now ration how much you can purchase in a day. We know that if you’re in charge of taking care of your older loved ones or if you just live in a home with lots of family members that this can be tough. We understand that when the going gets tough and you don’t have many other options, you have to get a little creative, but trust us when we say that some things are just never a good option.

Flushing certain things down your toilet might be a great solution for now, but it will come back to bite you in the future. We know that a plumbing problem is the last thing you want to have during a time of uncertainty like this, so we want to round-up all the “no-gos” when it comes to your plumbing. Keep reading below.

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