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Monday-Saturday, Sunday after 1 pm
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9 Boileau Drive, Middletown, MD 21769

24-Hour Service

Monday-Saturday, Sunday after 1 pm
I Sam 2:30a “Those who honor me, I will honor…”
301-371-4395
301-371-4395

Testimonials

I have used and trusted the Putman family to replace my water supply line at two different homes, 14 years apart. They are honest, courteous and extremely professional. I would recommend Putman Plumbing to any of my friends and family! Adam Morman
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    • 5% off first time plumbing replacement
    • 10% off first time drain cleaning
    • 15% off first time plumbing repair
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  • Happy Easter from Putman Plumbing!

    It looks like we’ll have beautiful weather for Easter this year in Frederick County. We hope you enjoy time with family while celebrating Jesus’ resurrection!

    If you want to prevent having to call a plumber while hosting guests this year, make sure you know what should and shouldn’t go down the sink and garbage disposal. As a preventative, pour a cup of baking soda followed by a cup of white vinegar into each drain to make a foam formula that will eat away at any buildup inside your drains.

    Egg Shells

    Membranes inside of egg shells can form a web that captures other foods and liquids that go into your drain pipe. This can cause clogs, not to mention that the membrane lining can also wrap around the garbage disposal’s shredder and cause it to malfunction.

    Any Bones

    Bones are too hard for the garbage disposal to grind, so whether you’re having ham or turkey for Easter, don’t throw them in the garbage disposal. They will either break the blades or splinter and get lodged in your drain pipe.

    Grease

    Grease that bakes out of the ham should never be poured down the drain since it will cling to the pipe as it thickens. Instead, pour oil or grease into a coffee can or another dish and throw it away after it hardens.

    Stringy Veggies

    Celery and asparagus strings will wrap around the blades of the garbage disposal and slow it down, so throw leftovers in the trash.

    Foods that Swell

    Just as pasta and rice swell up in your stomach, they’ll do that in the drain pipe. So to avoid a clog, scrape them into the trash.

    Call Putman PlumbingĀ if You Need Easter Plumbing Help in Middletown

    Happy Easter from our family to yours. We’re always here to help if you have any questions about your plumbing. Just give us a call!