The Sunny Plumber SoCal Blog : Archive for December, 2019

Clogged Drains: When Is There Cause for Concern?

Monday, December 23rd, 2019

sunny-plumberWe talk a lot about clogged drains on this blog, don’t we? There is a good reason for that, though. We keep talking about them, because they continue to be one of the most common and most troublesome of all plumbing problems that homeowners and commercial property owners encounter! When you stop clogging ’em, we’ll stop talking about ’em! Of course, that is not going to happen any time soon. And that is why we’re talking about them again today.

Our focus in this entry is going to be on when you should start to be concerned about clogs. Too many homeowners wait for their drains to stop up entirely before they go ahead and deal with the clog. Waiting for that to happen is truly never the right way to deal with the problem. Keep the following information in mind, and remember to get a Sunny Plumber on the case when your drains back up on you. Call today!

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Do I Really Need a Sump Pump?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

sunny-plumber-logoWhile we can understand why homeowners might be leery of a plumbing contractor telling them that they need to invest in new equipment that they’ve never really required before—after all, not all plumbers are honest as The Sunny Plumber—that doesn’t change the fact that having a sump pump in Corona, CA, is most definitely in your best interest. Think of it this way. You insure your car to protect yourself and others when you’re on the road, but you never plan or even expect to be in a collision, right?

Of course not. And you probably don’t really expect or plan for the lowest level of your home to take on a bunch of water all at once, either. It’s not like we have heavy rainfall or rapid snowmelt to worry about in this area. That’s the point, though. A sump pump is insurance against damages to your property should such flooding occur. Is it something that you’ll need every day? No. Is it something that you’ll want to spring into action when you do need it? Absolutely.

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