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    benThomas
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    I usually work it with a plunger or try it with a long stick. Sometimes it works just fine, but most of the time, it doesn’t help in anyway. I’ve recently tried how to snake the drain pipe and seems quite effective and efficient. Have you tried snakes before? If so share the experience, might help many.
    Usage of snake was showed to me by Green City Plumber Service http://www.greencityplumber.ca/ agent who came to unclog our drainage.

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    Unregistered-kgjones

    Hahaha, I used to use the same methods whenever my drain got clogged. It became so frustrating that I didn’t know what to do. Luckily, a good friend of mine told me so tips that worked way better than the ones I was doing. I had also started looking for some other tips I can use that related to plumbing and clogged drains and came across this article http://www.callmendel.com/blog/plumbing-maintenance-tips/ that I find very useful.

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    roomanhebr
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    I have placed the water sensors below all the water sources. Waterproofing contractor helped to install those sensors so that any leak brings out an alarm help me to know about that leakage and then repair it soon.

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