For any homeowner out there, you need to be considerate of the other drains in your home. Most homeowner’s only focus on sinks, toilets and shower drains, but there are a lot more in your home that can and do get clogged. Just as your sink can clog, so can other drains like your washing machine or dishwasher. How many drains do you have in your house?
If you don’t know the answer to the above question then you should start by counting appliances that use water. That includes your dishwasher, washer, icemaker, and even a garbage disposal. You might not see the drains on the above items, but they do exist. That is why it is important to know professionals who can help keep these drains unclogged. A backed up drain connected to your washer could potentially lead to your toilets overflowing when you do a wash. There are still more drains to consider in and around your home.
Most basements have some sort of floor drain, and if that clogs then you basement could potentially flood. Cleaning out a floor drain is a bit more difficult then sticking your hand in it and removing what you find. You need certain tools and knowledge to take care of a floor drain properly.
If you have a backyard or front yard then you will probably have a few drains scattered about your property. These drains help to divert water away from your home, as well as keeping your backyard a backyard and not a lake. If you don’t have the practice and tools then you should probably leave this job to a professional. Rest easy knowing that your pipes are running smooth because a professional cleaned them out for you.
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