When you need a New Port Richey plumber for your broken garbage disposal, call the trusted New Port Richey plumbers of choice at Billy the Sunshine Plumber.
You’ve loaded up your kayak and are ready to go to help clean up the Cotee River today. This isn’t the first time you’ve helped clear Pasco parks and waterways of trash, garbage and other debris and, although it’s kind of gross having to pick up some of that stuff, the end result is good. But about halfway through, you’re always wishing you had a portable garbage disposal you could use to simply stuff in the trash, grind it up and whisk it away. But you know that’s impossible.
It’s also not wise. As Southern Living points out, a garbage disposal is a hard-working, tough piece of equipment. But even a garbage disposal can be delicate in that it can’t handle everything that’s tossed into it. Southern Living says there are 10 items you should never toss down your garbage disposal: egg shells; grease, fat, or cooking oil; seeds or pits; bones and seafood shells; coffee grounds; pasta, rice, beans, or oatmeal; nuts; fibrous veggies; potato peels; or medication.
Of course at times your garbage disposal does stop working – even if you’ve avoided dumping in items from the Evil 10 list. It’s at those times you need a good New Port Richey plumber. And that’s when you call Billy the Sunshine Plumber, or Billy Sunshine.
Billy Sunshine has been the New Port Richey plumber of choice since he opened in 1924 – that’s right, almost 100 years ago. Billy Sunshine is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year in Pasco, Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus counties. Billy is here for all your Tampa Bay plumbing needs.
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