Friday, March 29th, 2019
water backing up into bathtub plumbing repair Amarillo, Texas

Your bathtub, like the kitchen sink, is an often under-appreciated fixture. It is responsible for funneling hundreds of gallons of water and particulates down your drains and out to the municipal sewer system every month. This includes soaps, shampoos, dirt, and hair, so it is no mystery why your bathtub gets clogged. The following are some common signs and reasons your bathtub backs up and how to fix the issue.

Friday, February 15th, 2019
residential plumbing, issues that drain cleaning can help fix

Your property has two kinds of plumbing. The first is the plumbing that runs throughout your home, bringing water into various rooms and carrying used water out. Outside of your home is the larger sewer line that carries the used water away from your home and deposits it into the municipal line. Unlike your home’s plumbing, the sewer line is located underground and is susceptible to corrosion from outdoor sources. This post will go over the issues you can expect to deal with and you can do about it.

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019
water backing up into bathtub plumbing repair Amarillo, Texas

If you have noticed water backing up into your bathtub, you probably know something isn’t quite right. The water can come from a few places, like your kitchen sink, washing machine, and even toilet. Plumbing drains for these fixtures are usually small in size and lead to larger main lines and eventually the sewer line. The following can help you know if you may have a clog and what you can do about it.

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

The bathroom is one of the most used rooms in your home and one of the few rooms that is equally used by all members of your family. Also, the bathroom is one of the dirtiest and most in need of maintenance. The last thing you or your family wants is a clogged or stinky plumbing fixture. These tips will help you keep your bathroom clean and your plumbing system running smooth.

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
maintain your plumbing with local plumbing experts Allen's Tri-State

Backups and clogs are one of the biggest plumbing problems that can affect any building. The last thing your business or family needs is a bubbling toilet or clogged pipes. This post will go over some simple tips and tricks you can use to prevent backups and clogs.

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
Common causes for boiler repairs

Aside from the sanitation factor, commercial drain cleaning is good maintenance policy. Regular drain cleaning removes build-up, prevents sewage issues, and keeps your kitchen clean and safe. Regular drain cleaning and maintenance are necessary in all seasons. This post will go over the problems that can happen in the winter if you don’t take care of your drains and grease traps.

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Keeping your restaurant grease traps clean with allen's tri-state.

If you have just opened a restaurant, you should know the location of every grease trap and have a cleaning and maintenance schedule. Grease traps are areas in your kitchen in which grease becomes easily stuck. Failure to clean the grease traps on a regular basis could leave you standing ankle-deep in waste. If a backup happens during a rush, it could cost you much more than repair and replacement. The following will help you know how to maintain your grease traps and prevent expensive accidents.

Thursday, April 27th, 2017
residential plumbing services Amarillo

Having to clear a slow drain is an inconvenience and a headache, but this is an important step in maintaining your plumbing system. Bathroom sinks, kitchen sinks, and shower drains often drain slowly because of hair and debris buildup. You should take action as soon as you notice your drains starting to act slow. You may be able to fix the issue before it becomes a serious problem. Here are some tips on clearing slow drains.

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
The importance of drain maintenance during winter with Allen's Tristate

The water fixtures in your home are made for smooth and relatively quick draining. Your plumbing fixtures are connected to a main drain line where the water will flow out of your home and into a wastewater treatment system. If wastewater is not drained quickly, multiple issues can arise.