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How to Retrieve a Valuable Item That Fell Down the Sink Drain

We all have to face this situation at least once, when we accidentally drop a valuable item down the sink drain. It could be an engagement ring, a diamond earring or any other item which is very precious to you. Read More...

Which Toilet Paper is Best for Your Plumbing System?

Choosing a suitable toilet paper for your plumbing system can be difficult because all toilet papers have their pros and cons and people usually overlook their effects on a plumbing system. Some toilet papers are very soft and nice to use, but they are NOT good for the plumbing system Read More...

Happy Holidays from Rooter-Man

A-Z Glossary of Plumbing Terms

Welcome to the A to Z of Plumbing!

Whether you’re completely new to the world of plumbing, or you’re already a seasoned pro. This helpful A-Z plumbing glossary should help clarify any plumbing terminology you may be unsure of. Read More...

Bathroom Cleaning Products You Should Never Mix

Are you having a tough time cleaning your bathroom? Looking for a short and simple way to magically clean your toilet quick? Well, you may think mixing up different cleaning products could be a handy trick, but the wrong combination can cause harm instead of benefit. Therefore, you should NOT mix random cleaning products. Read More...

Rooter-Man of San Diego Sworn in as PHCC Secretary Treasurer

Eric Brockmire, with the rest of the PHCC of San Diego board of directors at the 2017 Installati

Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!

Happy Fourth of July from your friends at Rooter-Man! We hope you have a happy and safe holiday weekend full of summer fun! Remember to be kind to your home’s plumbing and if you run into any problems, the experts here at Rooter-Man are available 24/7.

How to Know if Drinking Water is Contaminated

The most common question that community residents ask is related to contamination of water and tests for its determination. Unfortunately, this basic question is not as easy to answer as you might think. First you should find out where your water comes from, whether the water is obtained from a private well or a public drinking water system. Then you can find out w