If you have a home, and you have a drain, at some point in time you’ll have a clog. You can control it by watching what you put down the drain, yet invariably at some point something will build up, causing a clog.

Clogs can be caused by a variety of things, depending on which drain in your home has the problem.

whats in your drain thats causing a clog What’s In Your Drain That’s Causing A Clog?

The Kitchen Drain Clog

In the kitchen, there is one thing that causes more clogs than anything else: grease. When you cook with grease or oil, its in a liquid form when heated. However, as grease cools, it congeals and begins sticking to everything in its path. And if that happens to be the pipes in your kitchen, it will eventually close down the pathway of your kitchen plumbing.

You’ve probably heard people using the term “oil and water”, meaning the two simply don’t go together. Grease is hydrophobic, meaning it won’t mix with water. Instead it slides off when the two come in contact with one another, meaning you can’t use water to flush grease away. Over time, grease builds up as it traps other particles flowing through the drain until it creates a big enough blockage to cause a problem.

The easiest way to deal with a grease blockage isn’t with a chemical drain cleaner, but with hot water instead. By pouring boiling water down the drain, the grease will melt, making it easier to work with. Next pour a solution of 50 percent vinegar and 50 percent hot water down the drain. This will start breaking down the clog. Do this several times as needed to help your pipes run free and clear.

The Bathroom Drain Clog

Bathroom clogs are very different than kitchen clogs. The most common clog in the bathroom consists of hair. On average, we lose about 100 strands of hair per day. Most of this is lost in the shower as we shampoo and rinse our hair, and wash with soap. Hair makes its way down the drain along with tiny particles of soap residue, creating a tangled mess deep within the bathroom pipes. Once again, dangerous chemicals won’t do a lot for this kind of clog. Instead, a auger is your best shot at reaching down to the clog and pulling it back out again.

The Sewer Drain Clog

Occasionally you may notice more than one fixture in your home clogging at the same time. When your shower or tub clogs, while at the same time you have trouble with your toilet, the problem may be deeper. Sewer drain clogs are more serious because they impact your whole house.

The reason you’ll find sewer drain clogs more prevalent in older neighborhoods is because most sewer problems stem from tree roots. The older the neighborhood, the more mature the landscaping, the more damage the roots can cause to your plumbing. Each year, your pipes go through constant freezing/thawing conditions as we move from winter to summer and back again. This can create tiny cracks barely visible to the eye, yet roots know right where to go. They penetrate these cracks, looking for water. Over time, grease, toilet paper, food, and whatever else travels through your pipes gets snagged on the roots, and ultimately causes severe damage. The only way to clear this type of clog is with professional plumbing help.

If you have stubborn clogs that won’t seem to go away, give us a call today.

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We’re a society of do-it-yourselfers and quick fixes. If something is broke, we want to fix it fast. And if we can head down to the big box store and pick up a quick fix we can do ourselves, all the better.

While its true that some minor clogs can be fixed quickly with home remedies, minor problems are often a sign of a larger problem lurking in the wings. If you have any of these problems in your home, it may be time to call in a professional before the problem escalates.

5 common drain problems that signal it may be time to call in a professional 5 Common Drain Problems That Signal It May Be Time To Call In A Professional

Slow Drain

A slow drain might not seem like a big issue. After all, the water still flows, albeit on a slow basis. Slow drains can indicate a variety of problems, including a pipe that has a buildup of grease or oil blocking the path, improper grading of the drainage system, or even early warning signs of a larger block deeper down. When you attempt to clear a drain yourself, you only touch surface problems – clogs that are close to the surface of your drain. It’s the deeper problems that can cause the largest messes.

Recurring Clogs

You clean it. It backs up. You clean it again. Its still running slow. When you have a “problem” drain that consistently seems like it has a problem, it probably does. Clogged drains can often have multiple problem areas where food, grime, hair, oil, and other debris accumulate over time. You might have removed a surface problem, but it’s the problems down the line that are causing your recurring problems.

Multiple Clogs

Your sink backs up. Your toilet overflows. And finally your shower has standing water a few minutes into it. This is a sure sign of a deeper problem; something the plunger or those off the shelf products won’t touch. The problem lies deep in your pipes, and its effecting the functionality of your home. The only way to reach it is with a deep cleaning process from a professional plumber.

Odor

What’s that funny smell? If you notice a distinct smell coming from your drain, especially when it stands for a period of time, it could be a sign of a larger problem. As pollutants build up, they can quickly break down and deteriorate, causing a distinct odor. It may also be a problem with a broken pipe, or a sewer line that needs fixing or restoring. The only way to get to the root of the problem is to call in a professional and find out where the problem begins.

Flooding

Flooding is the most serious of all plumbing problems. When you reach the point of water coming up out of drains in your basement floor, this could indicate a clog in the sewer line. Even a little bit of water can be a strong indication of a bigger problem, so its important to handle it right away. Sewer water means contamination, and the risk of losing personal property is eminent if not dealt with right away.

By ignoring the warning signs, you are setting yourself up for more serious consequences in the future. The easiest way to prevent future disasters is to call in a professional plumber right away.

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I was at a dinner party recently, and I witnessed the owner of the house stuffing the remaining dinner down the drain, packing it in as fast as it disappeared. The garbage disposal was working on overtime, trying to keep up with the mess. And while it did a good job and sent everything down the drain, I can’t help but wonder when the disaster will happen. Because it will. At some point in the very near future, especially if she does this on a regular basis, she will have one very blocked drain on her hands, followed by one very messy kitchen as pipes break and water overflows everywhere.

Drains are meant to be a modern day convenience. They are meant to provide us with an easier lifestyle. They aren’t meant to take everything we no longer want and send it on its way.

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Do you see yourself in this picture? Have you overstuffed on occasion?

There may be other things as well.

The Faster-Than-Fast Person

I get a lot of calls from this type of person. These are the people that know they have a problem and will do anything to solve their problems … fast. When the drain blocks up, they grab a bottle of chemicals and being pouring away. After all, the bottle says quick solution. Yet its anything but quick. These chemicals say they will do to trick, yet rarely do. Chemicals attempt to solve the problem by eating through the problem. But in many cases, the problem is simply too big. And of course the chemicals don’t know the difference between a “problem” and your pipes, so it begins eating through everything. In many cases we’ll not only have to clear the drain from the clog, we’ll also have to fix or even replace some of the pipes because they’ve been eaten through.

The Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind Person

You’re standing in the bathroom next to the toilet. You have an object you no longer want, why not flush it away? It sounds good in theory. And if you ask any two year old, it’s a fun game that can peak interest. Yet it rarely works over time. That object has a long way to travel, and there are many things that can get in its way. Tree roots. Existing clogs. If things don’t break down quickly, they have the potential of building up as more and more is added to it. Those wads of paper towel, “flushable” wipes, toys and more won’t disappear just because you flush them away. They will soon add up to a much bigger problem overall.

The Ignore It Person

This last kind of person is the most common person we see on our daily calls. This is the person who ignores all signs of a problem as they present themselves in different ways. They fail to notice all the times they add a drain cleaner to the kitchen sink, thinking its just a common problem. They fail to notice the water building up around the toilet. They fail to notice the squishy carpeting in the basement by the water heater. They assume that the problem will go away. Unfortunately, it never does. And what could have been a small issue with minor repairs quickly escalates and turns into a major problem.

Do you see yourself in any of these? If so, give us a call today. Its much easier fixing a small problem now rather than deal with the consequences of a bigger problem later.

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Every day, people make the mistake of heading into their favorite store and buying one of the most dangerous chemicals they can bring into their homes … drain cleaners.

Every year over 1700 people suffer injuries from chemical drain cleaners. Everything from minor skin burns, to blindness, even death can occur if chemical drain cleaners wind up in the wrong hands.

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Drain cleaners are made from a variety of chemicals, including lye and sulfuric acid. These corrosive chemicals work by eating away at all materials they come in contact with, including your skin if it comes in contact. One accidental spill can put everyone in danger, including kids that may unknowingly touch it, or even pets as they walk through it.

When drain cleaner is poured down the drain, it begins working immediately. It starts working on whatever is in the drain as it makes its way down the pipes. In some cases the acids can begin producing a toxic gas, or can even cause the water in the pipes to begin boiling. As the gas is released, the effect can be a blow back situation in which water, chemicals and anything in the drain can come back up and out of the drain. If you are looking down, it can hit you in the face and eye, sometimes causing irreparable damage.

Now imagine those same chemicals not just going down your drains, but into your child as well. If you don’t keep your drain cleaner up and away from curious little hands, even the smallest of sips can lead to disaster. Just like these chemicals quickly begin working on the inside of pipes, it will also quickly begin effecting your child. Without quick action, the outcome can be deadly.

Needless to say, these chemicals should never be taken lightly.

And not only can they severely impact you, your family and your drains, it can also have disastrous effects as it heads down the system.

It begins in your pipes. Not only does it eat the stuff you want it to – the clog – it also starts working on the pipes. As the chemicals move down and out, it continues to harm the overall system in many ways. Treatment plants cannot break down these hazardous wastes. Instead, they pass through and wind up flowing into lakes and rivers, and back into the water supply. In some cases the chemicals damage the process so much that sewage is left untreated, and flows back into the water table.

Instead of putting you, your family, and the environment at risk, use simpler methods instead. Start with our suggestions for natural drain cleaners. Then try using a drain snake. And if all else fails, your blockage may be bigger than you can handle. Give us a call and we’ll have your drain cleaned in no time.

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1. Cooking Grease – Grease comes in a variety of formats, depending on what you are cooking. When its time for clean up, those few tablespoons full of grease may look harmless in your pan, but resist the urge to send it down the drain. Over time, grease hardens and builds up inside your drain and in your pipes. The more blocked it gets, the less gets through.

2. Coffee Grinds – When cleaning out your coffee pot, its natural to send the small amount of coffee grinds down the drain too. Yet coffee grinds are small, sand like substance that will never dissolve, and therefore run the risk of sticking to other clogging items as they make their way down the drain.

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3. Egg Shells – Another common item that is easy to send down the drain is an egg shell. They crumble easily, are small, and its easy to assume they will float away with water. Yet because an egg shell always retains sharp, small pieces, it also runs the risk of mixing with other items in your drain and working together to cause a clog.

4. Pasta or Rice – Pasta and rice are inherently sticky by nature. Place either in a pile on your plate, and in minutes you’ll have a sticky substance you have to work at to move apart. Now imagine that same sticky substance sitting in your drain pipes for an extended period of time, especially in large quantities.

5. Toys – Young children are fascinated by openings and holes. They want to see what things are made of and what happens when you put things into them. From an early age, instruct kids that only a few things go down the train, and be very specific about what goes down each opening.

6. Bath Salts – Bath salts seam harmless. They promise to dissolve in water, giving you a luxurious experience. Yet some are so course, and can even be the size of pebbles, and no matter how long the sit on your tub floor, they simply won’t dissolve. Test first, and only buy salts that truly do dissolve in water.

7. Flushable Wipes – The ads consistently say how we need flushable wipes and that they won’t harm your sewer system. They are wrong. The problem with flushable wipes is you buy them wet, which means they hold up in wet conditions. Standard toilet paper begins to break down the moment it connects with water. Flushable wipes don’t. Which means they can retain their form and cause problems throughout the system, depending on what else is in the pipes.

8. Solvents, Paints, Turpentine, Nail Polish or Remover – Any type of solvent, paint or remover contains harmful chemicals. Not only is there a possibility of having them harm your bowl, they can also cause extensive damage to your entire system, from the drain to the pipes to the sewer. And from there, harm our water supply.

9. Prescription or Over The Counter Medication – Medication is created for a wide variety of reasons. When you flush it down the toilet, most of it dissolves into the water supply. No matter how much processing our water supply goes through, it can never completely eliminate all of the chemicals in the supply. Which means our every day drinking water has the potential for many kinds of things, both good and bad.

10. Motor Oil, Transmission Fluids, Anti-Freeze or Other Chemicals – Working outside, its easy to find things in the garage that you have to dispose of, yet aren’t sure what to do. Why not send it down into your local storm sewer? Remember, all drains from your home wind up in one common place – a recycling center. What enters our water supply stays with our water supply, even in small proportions. To have clean, safe drinking water, we must work to maintain it.

 

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No matter where you are in your home, inside or out, when you have something to dispose of, one of the first gut reactions is to send it down the drain.

What we put down the drain inside and outside our homes all take their toll on our environment. Studies show that nearly half of all above ground water sources are contaminated by human activity. What are the biggest polluters? What should you do instead?

what you should never put down the drain What You Should Never Put Down The Drain

1. Grease

You’re cooking a meal. The grease accumulates. What to do? Send it down the drain, right? Stop! Grease not only backs up your drains, it can also clog the entire system within your neighborhood. If you’ve ever put grease in a jar and left it sit, you know what happens. It hardens and sticks to its surrounding area. The same happens to your pipes. As it moves through your pipes, it slowly gets thicker and harder, attaching itself to the inside of your pipes. That may occur in yours, or it may make it out into the neighborhood. Either way, the eventual impact to your system can be devastating. Find an old jar or coffee can and store grease in there instead.

2. Motor Oil

You’re still one of the ones who likes getting dirty in your garage. An oil change? Why bring it in when you can do it yourself. Yet the problem lies in what to do with it after you’ve changed it. Whatever you do, don’t pour used motor oil into the storm drain. Storm drains head directly into local waterways, and just one gallon of motor oil can contaminate a million gallons of water. If you use a professional oil changing business, they recycle their used motor oil. If you do it yourself, find a place that will take it back and recycle. It.

3. Pet Waste

Heading out for a walk sounds like the perfect thing to do on a warm spring day. If you have a dog, bring him along. He’ll always enjoy the smells and the exercise. No matter how far you go, invariably he’ll give you an opportunity or two to lean over and pick up his poop. Never leave it behind as pet waste is considered raw sewage because it contains parasites and harmful microorganisms that can easily be transmitted to humans. When it rains, these parasites and bacteria can be washed into nearby storm drains, and ultimately into our water supply. Better to pick it up and put it in a trashcan instead.

4. Prescriptions

The old adage from years ago was to take old and outdated prescriptions and flush them away. Now we know the harm that can do. These compounds have been known to cause disturbing changes to fish and other aquatic life in rivers and streams. And in some cases long term exposure runs full circle and ends up back in our own drinking water, impacting our overall health as well. Instead, return your old medicines to pharmacies that follow proper guidelines for recycling and disposing of your medications.

5. Fertilizers and Pesticides

We all want a green, lush lawn. And those pesky little ants; a few squirts and they will never return. Its easy to solve our problems easily with whatever happens to be on sale at the store; but is it the safest thing? Probably not. When we use too much fertilizer on our laws, the excess gets picked up and drains off into our storm drains. As the nutrients build, they cause algae to bloom and begin absorbing the oxygen in the water supply. That literally chokes the life from the water creatures that help improve our water supply. To avoid that, choose only the chemicals you truly need, and apply selectively when needed.

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When your drain fails to work as it is intended, the first thing you reach for is probably the plunger. If that doesn’t work, you may consider chemical drain cleaners, but any professional will tell you that these chemicals can do more damage than good.

The best thing to do when your drain is clogged is to call a plumber. A plumber uses specific techniques and tools to unclog your drain without causing damage and in a manner that is safe for both him and you … and for the environment.how a plumber unclogs your drain How A Plumber Unclogs Your Drain

Drain snake – one of the first things your plumber will try is a drain snake. This type of tool is basically a corkscrew on a flexible line. It is normally made of hard metal. The plumber will push the snake down your drain until he reaches the clog. Then, he can manually turn the snake to push through the clog or, if it is powered by electricity, he can turn it on and let it work its magic. A drain snake can eliminate the most stubborn clogs and even push through tree roots and other hard obstructions.

Hydro-jet – this type of tool utilizes pressurized water to blast through the clog. The hydro-jet uses hot water at a very high pressure to force the clog on down the drain, to wash away greasy clogs, and to thoroughly clean your pipes. When your plumber uses this type of tool, you can expect the clog to be eliminated – and it may never come back after the deep cleaning provided by the pressurized water.

When your drain is clogged and a plunger just won’t work, don’t reach for the drain cleaner. Your plumber would never use harsh chemicals to remove a clog. Instead, let the pros use the best tools and techniques to eliminate your clog and get your drain flowing again.

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Watching the water in your kitchen or bathroom sink refuse to swirl down the drain is sure to give you feelings of frustration. A clogged drain can be such a bother!

When your sink does not drain, it will not take long for the water standing in the basin to become stagnant. Your first line of defense is most likely a plunger. If, after several minutes of intense plunging, the clog remains stubborn, you may be tempted to invest in drain cleaners.

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Chemical drain cleaners are designed to eat through minor clogs in drains, allowing the water to flow freely again. While most professional plumbers do advise against using these cleaners – not only do they eat away at the clog, they can also eat away at your pipes – the average homeowner is bound to use a drain cleaner at some point.

So, if you find yourself standing in front of the drain cleaners at your local hardware store, keep one thing in mind – do NOT mix your drain cleaners!

Drain cleaners are not all the same. The chemicals and compounds used to create different drain cleaners means that they are not always compatible to mix. For instance, some drain cleaners use bleaches, while others use acids – both bleaches and acids will chew away at a clog, but if you mix different types of cleaners, you can get a severely toxic reaction. For example:

  • Mixing an acid-based cleaner with a base cleaner could result in hot water coming up out of the drain – scalding hot water that could burn you.
  • Mixing an acid-based cleaner with a bleach-based cleaner can have even more toxic results – chlorine gas.

Chlorine gas can be quite irritating to the skin, lungs and eyes. In large amounts, it can be deadly. Chlorine gas was even used during WWI as a chemical weapon!

To avoid the dangers of accidentally mixing drain cleaners, your best bet is to not use the cleaners at all and call a plumber for help. However, if you are compelled to give drain cleaners a try, make sure to never mix different kinds of cleaners.

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While wet wipes have been around for ages, they are becoming a big trend in our American bathroom culture. Their convenient, comfortable, and are increasingly winding up in shopping carts instead of traditional toilet paper.

Wet wipes are marketed well. They’re flushable, so why not use them instead?

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While wet wipes truly may be flushable – one or two will easily go down the drain every time – its not the originating area that is the problem.

Traditional toilet paper is designed from a strong, paper substance that begins to disintegrate immediately upon getting wet. As it moves throughout the pipes, it breaks down into smaller pieces, making it easy to escape your home’s plumbing and continue on its journey.

Wet wipes are made from a much stronger, cloth like substance. When they hit water, they don’t break down immediately. Instead, they move into your pipes and continue their journey as whole pieces of cloth. If your pipes are in prime condition, they may be able to continue on their journey without a problem. But if your pipes are older, have tree roots or spidering from other landscaping issues, or blockage in any way, these “flushable” wipes get caught and begin causing problems.

Traditional toilet paper typically dissolves in 24 hours or less. Wet wipes may take weeks, even months to dissolve. And therein lies the problem.

Even when a wet wipe makes it past your home sewer system, it sill may cause problems down the road. As it moves into your local sewage treatment plant, it can clog up lines and pipes, especially if large quantities hit at similar times. While the problem may be “out of site, out of mind” for you, ultimately we all pay when large problems must be fixed at the municipal level – it comes back to us in the price of our water bill.

Think before you flush. It really does impact all of us.

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When you have a simple plumbing problem, such as a clogged drain, your first plan of action might involve using a chemical drain cleaner.

If that does not work, you may have to call in a plumber for professional help.

why your plumber doesnt use chemical drain cleaners Why Your Plumber Doesn’t Use Chemical Drain CleanersOne thing you are bound to notice about your plumber is that he does not use chemical drain cleaners to remove the clog. Have you ever wondered why your plumber does not use these types of cleaners? There are several reason why:

  • Chemical drain cleaners can be quite damaging to your plumbing pipes. Sure, they might dissolve the food and gunk causing the clog, but those same harsh chemicals are eating away at your pipes as they eat away at the clog! This can lead to severe damage that can cost you more money in the long run.
  • Chemical drain cleaners are hazardous to your health and the health of the environment. Those harsh chemicals have to go somewhere when they go down your drain – they do not just dissipate into the air! These chemicals also have harsh fumes that can be damaging to your physical health.
  • Chemical drain cleaners are simply not that effective. They might work on a small, simple clog, but anything tougher is likely to require professional attention. Plumbers know the best way to remove clogs without damaging your pipes.

Your plumber has probably told you to avoid using drain cleaners – and you may think that it is because he wants your money instead. The truth is that your plumber is actually trying to save you money. If your pipes become damaged from chemical drain cleaners, you will be on the hook for a plumbing overhaul, which can be quite costly. You can avoid the hassle and the expense by calling in the pros for your clogged pipes.

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