Are Your Pipes in Trouble?

Pipes that are functioning at optimum capacity will drain water quickly, ensuring it flows straight down. Should they become clogged with food, grease, hair or other objects, water may pool towards the drain, trickling out at a slower pace. Should you see this happening within your home or business, call a professional to fix the problem as quickly as possible.

Perform Preventative Maintenance

Better yet, prevent such clogs from happening by asking us to perform maintenance on your bathtub, shower and sink drains at least once a year. When a blockage is removed quickly, it only requires relatively inexpensive drain repair services. Leaving the blockage for an extended period of time may further increase your repair costs.

Don't Flush These Items Down Your Drain

When disposing of problem materials, home and business owners often flush products that can cause serious damage to their pipes. We've compiled a list of items you should never send down your drain, lest you risk clogging or flooding. This includes:

  • Cooking oils or fats
  • Grease
  • Lard
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Paper products
  • Hair
  • Dental floss
  • Baby wipes, antibacterial wipes
  • Diapers
  • Needles
  • Pills (any type of pharmaceutical)
  • Food
  • Chemicals
  • Pet waste
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