Posted on: November 29, 2016
By: Alan O'Neill
Posted in: Drain & Sewer, Plumbing
Proper clogged drain maintenance care is something that everyone should learn to do, as it will save money and time in the long run. When drains become clogged due to neglect, it can become expensive. While the plumber is fixing the actual problem, you won’t be able to use the drain, which might be very inconvenient.
Clear your clogged drain safely and effectively using only baking soda, vinegar and hot water.
With the warm days ahead of us and the kids off from school, it’s time for some summer fun!
While everyone wants to have a relaxing summer, a clogged drain can add an extra hassle to your day. However, being proactive can keep that hassle from becoming a headache. Here are some helpful tips to know if a clogged drain is on its way, so you can get the right guys (hint, hint..us!) to the job.
Is there a funky smell from the sink?
As you wash away waste into the sink, it might not be the end of it! Overtime waste can get stuck inside of your pipes—especially if you put these items down your drains. In due time, this waste can rot, which will then release foul smells into your home. This is a telltale sign of a clog waiting to happen.
Does the pipe drain slowly?
As waste sits inside your pipes, they can also start to stick together. This accumulation of waste can buildup, obstructing the flow of the pipe. As the buildup gets bigger, the slower the pipe drains until an eventual halt altogether. Acting quickly can keep it from forming a complete clog, stopping the headache before it starts. Read more…
Keep certain things out of your drains. Most drain clogs are caused by very small items going down the drain that most people wouldn’t think would cause a stoppage. Drains are very narrow and most foreign objects can cause a blockage. Call (713) 812-7070 us for your home service and repair needs.
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