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If you are looking for a plumber, but do not want to pay an arm and a leg for their services, then look no further than Mr. Plumber! Our family owned company has been in the business of fixing sinks, clearing drains, and unclogging toilets since before I was born. My son is studying to follow his father into this wonderful profession (he’s taking physics instead of plumbing)!
So check us out! You’ll find our rates much lower than other companies like Roto-Rooter or any other ‘rooter’ service. We provide the same repairs covered by their expensive warranties without charging our customers through the nose! One call does it all – drain cleaning, water heater repair , sinks repaired or replaced, faucets, toilets, sewer lines , or even an emergency visit. We are always available for you 24/7!
We also provide full service plumbing repair and installation . New construction is no problem. We can install water heaters, fixtures , sinks, faucets, toilets…you name it! Don’t get ripped off by the big boys. Just give Mr. Plumber a call ! That’s all you have to do!
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Garbage disposal units are great for the home. They are designed to get rid of food waste in a way that is quick and does not create any foul odors in your kitchen. However, there are some safety tips you will want to consider before using one. First of all, always remember that water and electricity do not mix well together. It is also important to know what type of garbage disposal unit you have at home so you can follow the proper steps when installing it. Visit our home page about your friendly plumber in Cedar Park, TX to help you with your garbage disposal problems.

The first thing you will need to do is shut off the garbage disposal unit’s power switch if it has one. When water flows into the garbage disposal unit, it usually spins very fast but shuts down once you turn on the switch or flip its drain lever up (if it has one). The next thing you will want to do is turn the water on and make sure that there is no garbage disposal unit installed in your sink by checking if it spins. Once this is done and you are sure that nothing is obstructing the drain, you can pull apart the two halves of your new garbage disposal unit and place them side by side on a stack of towels near your sink. You can find us on Google maps here: Garbage Disposal Emergency Plumber
Now comes the most important step: installing the rubber stopper (or an S or U-shaped metal wire) into the hole at the bottom of your sink where all plumbing drains come together. This stops any airflow from getting into your pipes which gives suction to help move food waste down through your pipes. If this does not happen, the air pressure will force the food waste to stay at the top of your drain, leading to a very messy clean-up. You can now attach one side of the garbage disposal unit’s metal collar to your sink using screws and lock-tight. If you are doing this on top of some tiles, make sure that you use some padding under it first so that you do not damage anything underneath.
Now that both halves are attached, simply position the second collar over the drain hole in your sink and slide it down into the place where it meets up with its counterpart. To make sure it fits properly, give it a few good tugs downwards before inserting any kind of screw or attachment point for your dishwasher hose if necessary. Turn the power back on and test the drain to make sure it does not clog. Also, pour some water into your garbage disposal unit and let it see if everything is working as expected.
If you want to save yourself a lot of future headaches (and possible injury or damage to your home), then take the time now to be sure that all parts fit together properly and there are no stray wires or screws lying around before turning on the switch. Also, please keep in mind that any disassembly of a garbage disposal unit will void its warranty so do not try to take apart a unit unless you know what you are doing.

We have helped families that live around Cedar Park Regional Medical Center with garbage disposal problems


The community of Cedar Park Regional Medical located at 1401 Medical Pkwy, Cedar Park, TX 78613 is a professional clinic and estate of the art type of medical facility. On September 16, 2014 it will be expanding its doors to the public and offering the first all-“digital” image experience for patients, visitors and guests alike. The center is designed with state-of-the-art facilities that focus on customer experiences to help people recover from illness or injury as quickly as possible without compromising quality care.
Each patient has their own “private room”, which includes monitors where personal health information can be gathered and shared throughout the digital healthcare system; comfortable seating; tables; television displays; private bathrooms; and full glass sliding doors at each room to maximize views of scenic surroundings and natural light. Visitors and guests will also enjoy the use of these smart rooms and each room is equipped with a number of technologies to offer patients and their families an improved experience.
We have been blessed to provide plumbing services to the community and neighborhoods in the surrounding area. When we visit this clinic we have found many of our dear plumbing customers there.