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Shower drains and bath tub drains can easily become clogged over time due to hair, soap scum, and other foreign objects collecting in the pipe. Homeowners can attempt to clear any minor clogs just a few inches into the drain by using a coat hanger or some other device to try to fish out clumps of hair or other particulates. If that doesn’t work, then the clog probably lies deeper in the pipe. Don’t put up with a slow-draining or stopped up bath tub or shower drain. Call Rooter Town today for your quick, effective bath tub or shower drain service.

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Don't get in over your head! If you're planning on doing some plumbing repairs but aren't sure where to start call your neighborhood plumbers at Rooter Town. Our technicians are specially trained to handle any plumbing situation, all while keeping you informed and educated every step of the way.

#WOW
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Avoid dishwasher clogs from food buildup. Scrape excess food from your dishes into the trash before loading them into your dishwasher.

#Plumbing
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Learn the signs to a sewer backup and get your line cleaned to prevent a serious mess.
Watch out for more than one clogged drain, a gurgling toilet and a raw sewage smell. These are all signs a backup is coming.

#Tub
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Easter is just around the corner! Avoid clogs this Easter and keep eggshells and Easter grass out of your sink and garbage disposal.

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That feeling you get when all of your plumbing problems are fixed...

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Don't let plumbing issues put your establishment out of order. Rooter Town provides 24/7 Plumbing & Sewer Service, Residential and Commercial.

#DrainCleaning #PlumbingService
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We hardly need an excuse to post cute puppy pictures, but when a plumbing fixture is involved we can't help it.
#Sink
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Check out this masterpiece.

#Plumbing
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Detecting toilet leaks is quick and easy. Just squeeze a few drops of food coloring in the tank and wait 15 minutes. If there is food coloring in the toilet bowl you've got a leak. Be sure to flush your toilet right away, food coloring may stain your toilet if left too long.

#PlumbingTip
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