Blog Posts in December, 2013

  • A Year in Review: Eco Plumbers

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    30 Dec. 2013

    As we say goodbye to 2013, we would like to take the time to thank our friends, customers, and community for making this year a successful one. We hope you enjoy our collection of this year's highlights! Eco Plumbers took green to the next level by adopting 5th Ave! Read on about our 5th Ave adoption and community service involvement in Grandview. Movember Charity Campaign Huge hairy thanks ...
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  • Do's and Dont's for Your Garbage Disposal

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    18 Dec. 2013

    Garbage disposals are an excellent tool to have in your kitchen - they make clean up easier and convenient. Unfortunately, the garbage disposal is a finicky appliance that can easily become clogged and broken, leading to costly repairs. Many face garbage disposal problems because they are simply uninformed about the do's and don'ts of using a garbage disposal. With the following tips, you ...
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  • Most Common Holiday Plumbing Problems

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    11 Dec. 2013

    During the holiday season, your home is likely to be filled with guests. While family and friends are one of the best parts of the holidays, having a lot of people in your home can also lead to excess strain on your plumbing system. The festivities of the holidays often lead to a few common plumbing problems, including clogged garbage disposals and toilets and issues with your water heater. If you ...
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  • How Much Water and Money can the Niagara Toilet Save You During Holiday Parties?

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    4 Dec. 2013

    Did you know that the standard toilet installed in most homes uses 1.6 gallons of water per flush? It's true! While that number used to be anywhere between 3.5 and 7 gallons, today the 1995 National Energy Policy Act mandates that all toilets use at most 1.6 gallons of water per flush, and that amount is in fact considered to be a low flow toilet. But there is an alternative to this level of ...
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