The coronavirus pandemic has kept many Los Angeles families at home unable to go to school or work due to stay-at-home orders. Plumbers are essential workers and that's a good thing because this quarantine has certainly taxed home plumbing systems throughout the region. In this blog post, the Los Angeles area plumbers at T-Top Plumbing,
People like to test us when we say this, but sinks and toilets aren't trashcans. There are some items that SHOULD NEVER go down a drain or be flushed down a toilet. I mean, we get it. It's tempting to dump things down the sink or flush them down the toilet. Dump, flush, and it's
Most plumbers will impassionately tell you that no household plumbing problem - big or small - should be ignored. Professional help is a mere phone call away. However, some plumbing issues are legitimately more ominous than others. And, by ignoring these specific issues, you're running the risk of experiencing a plumbing emergency at some point.
Clogged drains are a very common plumbing problem for homeowners. A drain clog is often written off as an annoyance. We work around them. We tolerate the kitchen sink taking forever to drain after the dishes are done. We convince ourselves the foot soak we get as we stand in the shower feels AMAZING!!! Do