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Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing to Offer Free Jewelry Retrieval Services on Valentine’s Day
Published on Wed, Feb 13, 2013 (4:26 p.m.)LAS VEGAS (February 13, 2013) – Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, a leading provider of heating, cooling, water conditioning and plumbing services, announced today free basic jewelry retrieval services will be provided for Southern Nevada couples who lose their wedding ring down plumbing systems on Feb. 14, 2013.
“As certified plumbing technicians, we’ve helped many clients who have accidentally dropped jewelry down the drain,” said Yes! Plumbing General Manager Dennis Thompson. “This Valentine’s Day we’d like to extend our services to couples who may have had the misfortune of losing their wedding rings.”
The plumbing experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing encourage Southern Nevada residents to take the following steps to reduce the risk of losing wedding rings and other important items down the drain:
Keep jewelry far away from the sink!
If you notice any jewelry item has dropped down the sink, stop running the water immediately.
Place a bucket under the sink, then drain and remove the U portion, also known as the “P-Trap”, from the drain assembly and search for the missing item.
If the missing item is not found at the P-Trap, do not run any water in the home, contact a plumbing technician and request an inline camera inspection to see if it can be located in the drain.
About Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing
Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing is the local industry leader in air conditioning, heating, water conditioning and plumbing. With an emphasis on quality workmanship and exceptional service, the company is owned by national residential services leader American Residential Services, LLC. For more information, please visit www.TheYesManCan.com.
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