The holidays are a time when drain clogs can happen. However, you can prevent clogs before they form with good plumbing habits. Plus, you should know how to make quick repairs if you have standing water in a drain or a toilet that doesn’t flush. However, discretion is vital. Knowing when to call a plumber […]

The holidays are a time when drain clogs can happen. However, you can prevent clogs before they form with good plumbing habits. Plus, you should know how to make quick repairs if you have standing water in a drain or a toilet that doesn’t flush. However, discretion is vital. Knowing when to call a plumber for drain clogs could save you in future costly repairs. Here’s what you must know about keeping your drains clear this holiday season.

The Holidays and Drain Clogs

More people spend time at home during the holidays due to time off work or school. Therefore, your home sinks, toilets, tubs, showers, and water fixtures will have more use than at other times of the year. With the increased use of your home’s plumbing appliances, your drains will also have to deliver more wastewater to the sewer system.

Not only will your plumbing have greater use but you will also likely prepare rich holiday meals that may require extra use of your garbage disposal or rinsing off greasy dishes. Grease can lead to drain clogs, especially if you pour hot grease or cooking oil down a drain. As it cools, it creates a solid block that stops the water flow.

All of these situations combine to increase the chances of clogs. Therefore, now is the time to know how to prevent and fix these problems.

Prevent Drain Clogs

To prevent clogs, never put grease or oil down the drain. Also, don’t use your garbage disposal for processing greasy foods.

In the bathroom, keep hair out of the tub and shower drains with a filter over the drain. Letting hair flow down the drain can create a clog over time, especially if it catches in a bend in the drain line.

Fix Clogs Yourself

If you have standing water in a drain or your toilet does not flush adequately, use a plunger to attempt to clear the line. If your plunger fails, the next tool to use is your phone. Call a plumber to have your drain line cleared with high-pressure jetting or another professional-grade drain clearing system.

Call Best Service Plumber for Professional Drain Cleaning of Clogs

Store our number (951-356-9746) for Best Service Plumber in your phone so you will have us at your fingers if your home has drain clogs that need clearing. You can also contact us online if you have other questions or want to schedule an evaluation of your slow-flowing drains that could have clogs developing. We’re here to help you with your drain clogs or other plumbing concerns, at any time of the day or night. Don’t let a clog ruin your holiday fun. Keep us in mind for expert help when your drains won’t run.

 

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