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A Customer's Delight!

  A Customer's Delight!  Seamless Shower/Tub Combo Faucet Installation & Drain Cleaning: A Customer's Delight!    Our customer from Elgin shares his experience : I  had the pleasure of availing the shower/tub combo faucet installation and drain cleaning services from  Emergency Plumbing   and I couldn't be more thrilled with the results! From the moment I reached out to  Emergency Plumbing , I was impressed by their prompt response and seamless scheduling process. The team arrived right on time and wasted no time getting to work. Their efficiency was truly commendable, and before I knew it, my new faucet was installed with precision and expertise. What truly set  Emergency Plumbing  apart was their unwavering commitment to quality. Every step of the installation process was carried out with meticulous attention to detail, ensuring a flawless finish that exceeded my expectations. Not only does my new faucet look fantastic, but it functions flawlessly, thanks to their exp

Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging

  Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging Why does my toilet keep clogging? If you often ask this question, you might want to call a professional plumber to get rid of the problem. In this article, we’ll try to analyze the most frequent reasons that can explain why your toilet always clogs. Plus, we’ll share recommendations on how to fix a toilet that keeps clogging up.    Low Flow Toilet This issue is typical of older toilets. They lack the necessary pressure to clear their drain and trap. To find out whether your toilet is a low-flow one, you should look at its back for a stamped date. If the unit is old indeed, you might want to replace it. If you can’t afford the replacement right now, you might try to limit the amount of toilet paper that you use.$CUT$ Besides, some newer toilets might have a poor design. Maybe, your toilet keeps clogging because of a wrong angle of the bowl or an inappropriate width of the opening of the drain. In this case, it doesn’t m