A slow drain can be a real drip, and a clogged drain a disaster. Plungers can’t dislodge objects deep in your system, and traditional plumbing snakes struggle against years of grease built up on pipe walls. Omaha’s first water pipes were laid In 1889, but 17 years earlier the start of Arbor Day would ensure a future of tree roots blocking drain pipes. This created ticking-time Read more.
Here at Eyman Plumbing, we enjoy our work with businesses. We like to help them with plumbing issues just as much as we like to assist residential customers. When businesses have plumbing issues, they don’t have the same luxury homeowners have to decide when to fix the problem. That’s because down time for most businesses means lost income. That’s not something our commercial customers can Read more.
Eyman customer Patty Garner said she’s used Eyman Plumbing several different times. “The first was after we had a different plumber. He said we had a big problem from outside the house to the street,” Patty said. “We wanted a second opinion, so I had Eyman come out.” She said the Eyman technician confirmed she had a problem, one that meant the yard would be Read more.
It’s frustrating to watch water collect in your sink. You brush your teeth, and instead of the toothpaste slaloming away, it floats atop the standing water. Okay, there’s a problem. But what can you do about it? Here are five ways to try to unclog the drain yourself Boil water and, using oven mitts, pour the water directly down the drain. Don’t do this if Read more.
We all know how frustrating it is to flush a toilet and have nothing happen. Or to wash your hands in the sink that won’t drain. Last week, we talked about some of the common reasons for clogs, including: General build up in pipes Roots growing into and through pipes Build up from soap, hair or other objects Objects that get caught in toilet lines Read more.
There are several reasons why your main line, connected to all your drains, gets clogged and backs up. Here are some of the most common causes of clogs… Outside The Home General build up in the pipe itself Stuff collects and hardens inside the main line as the years pass. As it does, more debris is trapped until nothing flows through the pipe. When Eyman Read more.