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Plumbing Myths Busted

Plumbing Myths Busted
By Mike's Plumbing on February 28, 2018 | mythsplumbingmythsmyths

Customers often tell us things that they have heard about their plumbing that we want spend time discussing and teaching you the truth about. Let’s waste no time and just dive in.

Planning For Your Plumbing Before Vacation

Planning For Your Plumbing Before Vacation
By Mike's Plumbing on February 15, 2018 | power outagevacationvacationvacationvacation

Whether you are trying to escape the cold temperatures of living in Northwest Indiana or going away for a holiday, it is important to know what to do with you’re plumbing when you know it will be inactive for a while. Here's a few quick tips and tricks as you plan your next vacation.

10 Things NOT To Flush For Your Plumbing's Sake

10 Things NOT To Flush For Your Plumbing's Sake
By Mike's Plumbing on January 29, 2018 | flushingplumbingflushingflushingflushing

When it comes to flushing different things down the toilet, people find ways to justify flushing just about anything. But the truth is that there are only three things that can be flushed away and those things are pee, poop and toilet paper. In the instance that you have an item that you think you’ll just flush away, here’s a list of things to NOT flush, for your plumbing’s sake

Plumbing Vocabulary

Plumbing Vocabulary
By Mike's Plumbing on January 19, 2018 | plumbing

So you experience a plumbing problem and you call a plumber or you take to google where you read all about it but you are not 100% what you just read. These things can be confusing and not everyone can be a master of plumbing terminology. In that case, here is a short guide to a few words that your plumber might spit out at you that you need more explanation on.

How To Take Care Of Your Plumbing In A Winter Power Outage

How To Take Care Of Your Plumbing In A Winter Power Outage
By Mike's Plumbing on December 21, 2017 | power outageplumbing

Northwest Indiana is quite known for its unpredictable weather and where there is unpredictable weather, there may be power outages. Most times, the power kicks back on after a few seconds, however, in some cases, you might find yourself without power for a few hours or even a few days.