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Chemicals in Drains

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On December 6, 2013
Putting cleaner Chemicals in Drains in your home can be very harmful to the plumber. Store bought drain cleaners usually only work on small hair clogs.  Once you’ve poured them down the drain and it doesn’t work, who do you call?  Your local plumber.  Please let the plumber know what you have poured down the drain before […]
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Be Careful With Holiday Cooking

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On December 5, 2013
All that holiday cooking can put a real strain on drains, pipes and garbage disposals.   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.  Also refrain from putting hard to grind foods/scraps and stringy substances down the disposal.  […]
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The Christmas Tree

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On December 4, 2013
The custom of the Christmas tree developed in early modern Germany, it became popular beyond Germany in the second half of the 19th century.  Although predecessors can be traced to possibly the 16th century.  A Christmas tree is usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, pine or fir.  The artificial Christmas tree is made to […]
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Full House Plumbing Inspection

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On December 3, 2013
De Hart Plumbing offers a full house plumbing inspection for only $50.00?  If you are selling, buying or happy where you are we will come and inspect your homes plumbing  for only $50.00!  This entails checking all exposed pipes, sinks and fixtures, toilet and tank fixtures, garbage disposal, water test (PSI), inspecting your water heater, and much more.  […]
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Clean Windows with Vinegar and Newspaper

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On December 2, 2013
Cleaning windows with vinegar and newspaper can save you a trip to the store plus help get rid of newspapers that are laying around.  Put equal amounts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle.  Crumple a single sheet of newspaper to soften it, this will make it easier to handle.  Spray the window with […]
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Clogged Tub /Shower Drains in the Fall

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On November 29, 2013
Clogged tub/shower drains are more common in the fall.  According to scientists in Sweden, there is such a thing as seasonal hair loss from October onwards.  Humans lose 50 – 100 hairs everyday mostly when you brush your hair or shampoo it.  The best way to prevent a  drain from getting clogged would be to brush […]
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Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On November 28, 2013
De Hart Plumbing would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!  This is a day to be thankful, so we would like to let all past and current customers know how very thankful we have been the past six months to be able to serve you with quality plumbing services.  You have been instrumental in […]
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Holiday Plumbing Emergencies

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On November 27, 2013
The winter holidays are approaching and so are plumbing emergencies.  You will be spending more time in the kitchen and hosting relatives and guests which will put more pressure on your plumbing.  Holidays can be one of the busiest times of the year for emergency plumbing services.  Getting a plumber to come to your home […]
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The History of Stuffing & Dressing

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On November 26, 2013
Stuffing and dressings were first used during Roman times.  The stuffing then consisted of vegetables, herbs/spices, nuts and spelt (an ancient cereal ) and many times contained liver, brains and organ meat.  About 1880 the term stuffing was replaced by dressing in Victorian English.  Here in the US,  stuffing usually consists of dried bread or […]
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What is a Septic Tank

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On November 22, 2013
  A septic tank is a key component of a septic system.  it is a small scale sewage treatment system in areas where there is   no connection to city or local government systems.  Components of a septic system are mandated and restricted by local governments and include alarms, pumps and sand filters and a clarified liquid […]
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