All that tasty holiday cooking can put a real strain on drains, pipes and garbage disposals if you are not careful when cleaning up after your celebration. Grease and oils are more likely to collect and clog when your plumbing is colder so do your best not to pour them down the drain. It is always best practice not to put hard to grind foods/scraps and stringy substances down your disposal. Be sure to turn the disposal on before filling it with food and run cold water at least 15 seconds before and after each use. We hope you enjoy the holiday season with family and friends! Remember, we are available 24/7 to service your plumbing, heating and cooling needs. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas, Wamego Kansas and surrounding areas.
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