How to Unclog a Kitchen Sink or Drain - Tips to Save You Time, Money & Aggravation!
GEERS has been cleaning and unclogging the kitchen sinks and drains of Orange County residential and commercial customers for more than 50 years and we've seen just about everything there is to see when it comes to stopped-up, backed-up and horribly clogged kitchen sinks and drains. A clogged kitchen sink is one of the most common, inconvenient and unpleasant plumbing problems that can totally disrupt an entire household if not handled quickly and in the appropriate fashion.
The first step to unclogging your sink is....
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How to Take the Hassle, Frustration and Headaches out of Kitchen Renovations
We've been doing business in Orange County for over 50 years and we've found that extensive investigative research, planning and highly organizational managerial skills are as vital to the success of any kitchen renovation project as keeping the lines of communication open between the homeowner and contractor.
Complete Kitchen Remodeling isn't an exact science, but GEERS has streamlined the process by breaking down our "Concept to Completion" philosophy into the following three phases in an effort to make your overall kitchen renovation experience as pleasant, enjoyable and pain free as possible:
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2012 Home Maintenance Checklist for Orange County Residents
Seven million people are injured in and around their homes each year and it might surprise you to know that approximately 30,000 of those accidents prove fatal. The safety measures and home maintenance recommendations in our 2012 Home Maintenance & Safety Checklist for Orange County Residents and Homeowners can help reduce the risks of any home related injuries or accidents for you and your loved ones.
- All steps, stoops and stairwells should be checked on a regular basis and be in good condition, no loose carpeting, dim lighting, clutter etc...and have secure handrails bolted to the walls with long-enough screws.
- Have a sturdy stepladder or step stool with a front hold bar to reach high areas. Standing on folding chairs, swivel chairs or desk chairs is a common cause of falls.
- Make sure that freestanding furniture, such as bookshelves and storage units etc... are secured to a wall with angled brackets and screws or bolts to avoid the possibility of injury from it toppling over and hurting someone.
Our complete checklist includes: Bathroom Basics, Appliance Safeguards, Kitchen: Cooking with Caution, Wiring: Electrical Hazards, Fireproof: Fire & Burn Prevention, Garage & Workshop Rules...
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