Four Ways to Keep Your Drain Clog Free

The occurrence of a faulty plumbing system especially when it concerns non-flowing channels and pipes can be unexpected and perhaps outright annoying. Worse still, leaving such neglected for a longer duration can result in more substantial damages which could be quite costly. It has become a norm to neglect our drains until it becomes a problem. A blocked drain doesn’t just happen; we make it happen by our actions and inactions as well.

Drain ClogThe problems associated with a clogged drain from the health implications to the environmental hazard it poses can be avoided. All you need to do is stop those drains within your property from getting blocked. Cleaning your drains at intervals at the very least should be the first thing you do. Our knowledge of drains coupled with our team of well-trained professionals makes us your ideal choice for such a task. We do have a few suggestions about your drain usage though.

Be Smart About How You Discard Waste From Your Home

The probability of some debris from your dishes remaining within your plumbing system is rather high. However, when you pour cold water consistently into the sink, there is a reduced chance these substances would form sediments within the pipes in your plumbing system. Also, adhering to our counsel on proper refuse disposal would be immensely beneficial to your plumbing system in general.

The sink in your kitchen is not meant for viscous liquids such as the oil you use in cooking. Rather, dispose of these liquids using any disposable container into your refuse bin.

Be Cautious About What You Discard Through Your Toilet.

The only things which can be disposed of through your toilet are biological wastes and toilet paper.

Note – Diapers and sanitary pads should not be flushed down your toilet. Enlighten those close to you on the only things disposable through the toilet with the aid of our recommended manual on toilet etiquette

Use Strainers

Purchase plumbing accessories like strainers for every drain in your home both in your kitchen and shower. By using a strainer, you prevent substance of various forms and sizes from entering the pipes in your home. Strainers are meant for every section of your house with a drain not just your kitchen.

If you notice that you still have problems and want some help from the professionals, call Dr. Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services. They have served the area for decades and can help you with any plumbing issue or question that you might have.

Give us a call today: 416-663-4777 for a free upfront estimate!

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