Sacramento Drain Clogs and Pumpkins

Posted by on Oct 31, 2013 in Drain Cleaning Sacramento

Every year, even more than one billion pounds of pumpkins are produced in America, most of which are carved into jack-o’-lanterns during Halloween time. That’s a bunch of leftover pulp. And, a great deal of pulp and seeds that can clog drains prior to completion of the Halloween season.

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Water Heater Repair Sacramento is a typical Halloween visitor to many locals needing Drain Cleaning Sacramento help thanks to sticky pumpkin pulp and seeds. The weeks leading up to Halloween, we get bunches of calls from homeowners struggling with pulp-clogged waste disposal unit and blocked kitchen sink drains.

Pumpkin pulp is not safe for disposals since it is soft, stringy and mushy. It will dry and solidify, choking off drains and garbage disposals, producing a big mess that will need an expert drain cleaning.

On the exact same note, it is likewise smart not to attempt purging the pulp or seeds down the toilet either. Simply toss everything out in the garbage!

When creating pumpkins, do so on paper. for it can quickly be finished up and thrown into the garbage can or a compost heap. The seeds can be separated and roasted for a tasty treat or they can be air-dried and planted in the spring after the last frost to grow next year’s Halloween pumpkin.

The horror lurking in your drain at home – Eastbourne Herald

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The horror lurking in your drain at homeEastbourne HeraldAs people in Eastbourne get ready to celebrate all things spooky this Halloween, Southern Water is warning of a real horror lurking in people’s homes. Creeping through drains and sewers, the go …

So we like our power tools and just had to share this video from The Home Depot on using them for pumpkin carving:

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