From a drippy faucet to major repairs and restoration, Frisbees is ready, willing and able to expertly handle your home needs with prompt, professional service. Call us day or night for all your plumbing emergencies... for expert service fast!
Our fully licensed, trained and courteous technicians are here for you, with a full inventory of equipment, to quickly respond to your situation.
We install and service top quality equipment such as Rheem Water Heaters and Aqua Magic Water Softeners as well as many other quality product lines. We also install and service all major brands of kitchen and bathroom fixtures including Moen, Delta, Kohler, American Standard and many more.
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What is the best way to check for toilet leaks?
Toilet leaks can be wasteful and expensive. At least once a year, check your toilet for leaks by adding a small amount of red food coloring to the tank, and then check the toilet bowl later. If the toilet bowl water is colored red, water is seeping through from the tank. If it is leaking, you may need to replace some of the tank parts.
How can I prevent clogged drains?
Do not rinse fats or cooking oils down the kitchen sink. Liquid fats solidify in the cold pipes and create clogs. In the bathroom to help prevent clogs, you may also want to use a drain screen to catch hair and soap scum, which are major culprits. Then don't forget to clean them on a regular basis. Another thing you can add to your routine is to pour boiling water down your drains once a week. This helps to clear the pipes of any scum and build-up.
If you do end up with a drain that is completely clogged, never use liquid drain openers. The ingredients in those openers can become trapped in your pipes, and that can severely damage them. If you can't snake the drain yourself, contact a professional to do so.
What's the best way to extend the life of my garbage disposal?
Always use plenty of cold water when running your disposal, and avoid overloading it. Never dispose of very hard items like bones, corn husks or egg shells. And never use a caustic drain opener. Another reminder is to never use your hands to remove items dropped inside your disposal - use tongs instead!