Dark Winter Is Coming

Being first-time homeowners prepping for their first winters in new houses, Bethany and Lyndsey run through their checklists for getting their homes cozy for the holidays… and their plans to keep sane, happy, and prepared during the season of S.A.D.

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  1. LisaEastKy Bethany

    I live in an old house with old, narrow pipes. My mom gave me a great tip for clogged sinks, which I’m so grateful for & will now share with you guys: call Roto Rooter 1st before you call a plumber! They respond quickly, are relatively inexpensive, and have cleared the drain every time I’ve called them (which is 2 or 3 times over the past decade). You still might need a plumber later, but at least your sink works in the meantime. My mom has a kitchen sink that has a section of old narrow pipe in a hard to get at spot, and she has calls Roto Rooter when it backs up every couple years (she says it’s cheaper than having it replaced, lol!) 

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    • October 31, 2020, at 8:34 AM PDT
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