Dishwashers are not meant to drain completely by design. There is supposed to be a bit of water at the end of each cycle to keep the element from overheating. However, if there is no water draining, then make sure to call your local Edwards Plumbing & Heating technician.
It depends. Sometimes snaking a drain can cause more harm then good if unneeded. However, if you have a problematic drain, then preventative measures such as snaking a drain are a good idea.
Often if you hear a ‘clunk’ or a ‘clank’ sound in any pipe it means there is a loose washer. If you attempt to fix this yourself, make sure to remove both the old washer and the screw.
Yes! A leaky faucet is one of the main causes of a high water bill.
The plumbing, electrical, or mechanics of a garbage disposal could be causing it not to work (or a combination of all three). Plus, a food item or other particle could be jammed in it. Careful though, if your garbage disposal is jammed, don’t keep running it! It might permanently damage the disposal or harm you.
Almost any biodegradable food can be placed down a garbage disposal. Avoid shells and nuts, and do not put glass, plastic, metal, or non-food products down a garbage disposal. Remember to run cold water when grinding food products.
Drains get clogged frequently because people are often unaware of what they wash down them. Kitchen sinks often get clogged with food, cooking oil and other particles. Bathroom sinks are often filled with oily residue from shampoos and soaps. Frequently clean the drain and flush it with warm water.