All About Plumbing

All About Plumbing
All About Plumbing is listed in the Plumbing Contractors category in Madison Heights, Michigan. Displayed below is the only current social network for All About Plumbing which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of All About Plumbing on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

Contact information for All About Plumbing is:
25840 John R Rd
Madison Heights, MI 48071
(248) 542-7850

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All About Plumbing has an overall ZapScore of 63. This means that All About Plumbing has a higher ZapScore than 63% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Madison Heights, Michigan is 39 and in the category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Just Letting you guys know that @allaboutplumbingmichigan is on twitter. @Social_Plumber

Continuing to work hard with new idea on our page on facebook. Any idea's on what you would like us to post on here? more tip and tricks or maybe photo's of jobs? Let us know in the comments below.

Hey look at this new photo of one of our new trucks. New 2017 model

Backflow Testing by All About Plumbing, Inc. state certified technicians. We make it easy for you, registering all paperwork with the local water authority in accordance with state law. A copy is given to you for your files and an additional copy is maintained at our office for future reference if ever needed. We also offer a free reminder service, giving you a heads-up when it comes time to have your backflow assembly tested again. We know and follow all ordinances and state regulations and follow State of Michigan Department of Public Health, Administrative Rules for Michigan's Safe Drinking Water Act, Act 399, P.A. 1976 Michigan Plumbing Code 2009, and local Cross Connection Control (CCC) plan requirements. We are State Certified and licensed to Test, Repair, and Install Backflow Preventers. Potable Water Distribution and Heating Water Supply. We use Midwest testing equipment for Backflow testing. Call to schedule your inspection today! (248) 542-7850

How To Unclog Bathtub Drains Household drain systems remove wastewater from sinks, tubs, and showers, dumping it into your home's sewer or drainage system. A household drain system consists of the drain assembly at the sink, tub, shower, or floor and the pipes that conduct it out of the house. Most drains include a trap (a U-shaped pipe) below the fixture to trap sediment and to create a barrier that prevents drainage odors from traveling back up the pipe, through the drain, and into the room. Household drain systems also include a ventilation system to allow gases and odors to escape through a home's roof. Clear a clogged (not stopped) bathtub with a plunger: If you have a dishwasher, pinch off the rubber dishwasher drain hose that leads to the garbage disposer using a clamp or locking pliers. If clearing a bathtub, remove the drain stopper and cover the overflow opening with a wet rag. Remove the sink basket or tub stopper and clean any debris from the drain opening. Fill the sink or tub with sufficient water to cover the plunger cup, usually about 2 inches. If you are working on a double sink, seal the other sink with a stopper so the plunger can create a vacuum. Set the plunger on the drain opening and repeatedly pump it up and down, then pull away sharply to dislodge debris. Repeat if necessary. Turn on warm or hot water to flush loosened debris from the drain. If the clog remains, use an auger (see below) or an expansion nozzle to clear the drain. Clear a clog using an auger: Remove the stopper or strainer. If unable to do so, disassemble the drain trap and feed the auger directly through the pipe. Make sure you have a pail and rags nearby in case of a water spill. Release the setscrew on the auger and begin feeding the cable into the open drain. Once the auger tip hits the clog, set the screw and crank the auger clockwise to break up the clog. Continue breaking up the clog and moving it down the drain line with the auger. Once there is no more resistance to forward motion of the auger, stop and carefully remove the auger. If the clog can't be moved, continue twisting the auger to possibly snag and retract the clog. NOTE: If your drain remains clogged after these steps, do not use a caustic or acid based liquid or crystal drain cleaner. They can sometimes damage pipes, and will complicate matters further. Call us and we will be happy to provide a free quote to open your drains. We have additional tools that help us to efficiently open any drain, which is a simple process unless there is damage to the pipe itself.