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Prep Your Plumbing For the Holidays

Plumbing prep for holidays

Plumbing problems can ruin a holiday gathering. Take steps now to prep your home’s plumbing before the company arrives, and enjoy a happy 🦃 holiday with Michael’s Plumbing of Central Florida.

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Stop flushing wipes down your toilet! Here’s why

Don't flush wipes

The container says those wipes are flushable. 😳 But what does your plumber have to say about them? We’ll explore the issue in this month’s online blog and tell you what you need to avoid if you want to keep your plumbing system flowing freely.

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What are the certifications to be a plumber?

plumbing certifications

What’s it take to become a Florida plumber? This multi-step process ensures that plumbers are trained and ready to take care of your home. Please find out more about Florida plumbing 👨🏻‍🔧licensing requirements on our online blog.

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How to Properly Clean Your Garbage Disposal

Garbage disposal cleaning

If you have a garbage disposal in your home, you know how much time and effort it can save you. Not only does it help save time when doing the dishes, but it also has a positive impact on the environment by reducing food waste in landfills. But like any appliance that you use every day, it’s essential to maintain and clean your garbage disposal to prevent it from breaking down and help it perform at its best.

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Spring Cleaning Plumbing Edition

Spring Cleaning: Plumbing edition

Spring is here, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning. When you think of spring cleaning, you might dust your blinds and reorganize your closets. Most people forget that your plumbing needs some TLC during this time of year. Spring cleaning your plumbing can increase the efficiency and longevity of your home’s plumbing system. Here are some essential parts of your plumbing and some tips for how you can easily clean them.

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How to prevent backflow contamination

backflow issues

What’s keeping your water clean? A backflow preventer ensures that contaminated water stays out of your well or city water supply. Please find out more about preventing backflow contamination in our online blog.

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