Sewage backup or the inability to flush toilets, use the shower or wash your hands can cause major disruptions in your day. Determining if your sewer is clogged can be confusing, but there are some signs to look for including:
The sewer drain routes all of the dirty water from your toilets, showers, tubs, sinks, washing machines and dishwashers out of your home into the main sewer line. Clogs can develop in the sewer drain for a number of reasons including:
As soon as you suspect that your sewer drain is clogged, it is important to have one of our plumbers come check out the problem. Sewer drains are part of your home plumbing system and the length of the drain from your home to the street or main line is typically the homeowner’s responsibility. Determining the location and severity of the drain clog is essential to making sure that the clog is removed and addressed correctly. Our technicians will do the following when they come to your home:
Ignoring a sewer drain clog will lead to more damage to your home or business. Having your sewer drain cleaned by our professional plumbers will not only fix the issue at hand, but also protect you from having clogs develop in the future.
Do not ignore a slow drain; call us today.