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Charming your tub with a snake

If using a plunger doesn’t work, try using a drain auger, or snake, to unclog the tub drain. For more information on snakes, see Chapter 5.
1. Remove the tub stopper or strainer, and then push the tip of the snake into the drain opening, continuing to feed the coil through until it meets an obstacle.
Push the cable into the clog in the water and crank it fur­ther to dislodge the obstruction. Some snakes have an attachment for an electric drill, giving it more power to force it through the clog. To remove a clog that’s beyond the trap under the tub, rotate the snake while you push it into the pipe.
2. If the snake continues to resist passage through the trap, remove the overflow cover plate (usually located in the end of the tub directly above the drain and below the faucet).
As you remove the screws that hold the cover in place, be careful not to drop the screws down the drain.

If the drain-closing mechanism is attached to the cover, pull up on the cover; the linkage comes out of the overflow hole with the cover.

Push the snake directly down into the hole, and through the trap.

Note that this approach doesn’t allow you to get directly to any blockage that’s stuck in the trap.

If the blockage is past the trap, somewhere down the drainpipe, reaching it may take some time. The cable stops feeding in when it hits the blockage. You must work the snake against the blockage until the cable freely feeds in the drain — then you know that the clog is clear. Flush the drain with water to confirm that the blockage is gone.

Except for really old drains that rely on a rubber stopper to hold back the water, most sink have a pop-up drain mechanism. Bathtubs have either the same type pop-up stopper or a trip-lever (plunger type) drain closure. When you’re faced with a drain that won’t hold water, you have to adjust them. The following sections show you how. Call The Plumbing Service that can fix your issues

Rodents: Human Health and Safety Importance

Rodents: Human Health and Safety Importance

There are many species of rodents, most of whom seldom present any problems for humans. The order Rodentia includes animals such as rabbits, hares, squirrels, chipmunks, and hamsters.

In fact, only three species of rodents — the Norway rat, the roof rat, and the house mouse, are common pests of man. Collectively, these three species are known as commensal rodents, literally meaning rodents that eat at the same table as we do.Rodent Control

Rodents present a serious threat to human health and safety. They are involved in the transmission of many serious diseases including murine typhus, bubonic plague, Lyme disease, salmonella, and the Arenaviruses. In addition, their constant gnawing causes structural damage to buildings, creates a risk of fires when rodents gnaw through power cables, and downtime for computer and data networks when they gnaw through communications cables.

Commensal Rodent Species

House Mice
House mouseThe house mouse is considered one of the most troublesome and economically important pests in the United States. House mice live and thrive under a variety of conditions in and around homes and farms.

House mice consume food meant for humans or pets, contaminate a great deal more with their dropping and filth, cause structural damage, and create a fire hazard through their gnawing.

Norway Rats
Norway RatIn nature, Norway rats (often called brown, wharf, or sewer rats) live in burrows near their sources of food and water. They have adapted, however, to living in and around building occupied by humans, where they present serious health and safety risks.

Fleas carried by Norway rats were implicated in the Great Plagues of the Sixth, Fourteenth, and Seventeenth Centuries A.D.

Roof Rats
Roof RatRoof rats (often called black rats or tree rats) are tree dwellers by nature, but they have adapted to living in buildings occupied by humans. They most often are found in attics, soffits, engineering spaces, and running along pipes, wires, and ductwork.pest control

Like other commensal rodents, roof rats present a threat to human health and safety through their capacity to transmit diseases and their destructive gnawing. They also present a challenge for exterminators due to their impressive abilities as aerialists.

Control of Rats and Mice

Z-Best Pest Control offers comprehensive rodent control programs that begin with exclusion, or the sealing off holes, cracks and other openings that rodents use to gain access to a building. These include:

garage doors
water pipes
Exterior Doors
Holes in structure
Dryer vents
and other entry points.

Exclusion minimizes the need for trapping and chemical control, and provides a more permanent solution to rodent problems.

For help with rat or mouse control, or for any of your pest extermination needs, please contact us for a free, professional Pest Control consultation.

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