Don’t Flush Your Money: How Property Managers Can Cut Down on Plumbing Service Costs

As a property manager operating a rental property, charges and expenses tend to pile up over time. A property management company has to deal with eviction fees, property management fees, and monthly management fees — and those are just routine expenses. If a water heater breaks or a pipe bursts and results in water damage, you'll have to deal with much greater expenses. If you start experiencing plumbing issues that you can't fix on your own, the average costs for repair can begin to cut into your bottom line.Read more


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Water, CO2, or Air: Which Kind of Pressure Is Best to Unclog a Toilet?

One of the most frustrating experiences as a homeowner is trying to flush the toilet only for the water level to rise to the brim. A clogged toilet drain can be a real nuisance, and wearing rubber gloves only to splash dirty water around using a standard or cup-type plunger is never fun. To unclog a toilet without a plunger, you might try pouring dish soap or baking soda and vinegar into the toilet to clear the plumbing, only to find that the clog is too stubborn for that. What's even worse is when it's nestled too deeply in the trap of the toilet to reach with that unraveled wire coat hanger you've turned into a pipe snake.

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