All kinds of substances and particles end up going down the drain of your kitchen sink, bathroom sink, and shower. Think of everything you use them for, cooking and cleaning, with food particles, oils, hair, dirt, and more being sent through your plumbing system daily. Imagine how quickly the build-up can collect when not cleaned regularly.
To keep your home’s plumbing system running smoothly, it’s important to perform regular drain cleaning to prevent the inconvenience of future drain clogs or damage.
Drain cleaning has many benefits for your home plumbing system, such as:
How often your drains should be cleaned depends on the size and age of your home. Older pipes may require more maintenance. Smaller homes can afford to clean the drains on an “as-needed” basis. But if you have a larger home with multiple people using the drains to do dishes or shower, it may be best to clean them more regularly or hire a professional plumber to do regular drain maintenance and inspections.
Once you have your drains professionally inspected and cleaned, you’ll want to follow these steps to ensure that they keep functioning well.
These are just a few tips for keeping your sink drain in good shape. Otherwise, clogged drains can result in blockage and damage to your pipes. This can affect the quality of the water coming out of the faucets, which can carry risks to your health.
A clogged drain can wreak havoc on your daily routine when you’re unable to shower, cook, or clean. Keep yours in good shape with the help of Art Rooter, Sewer & Drain Cleaning: one of the most trusted plumbers in South Florida. Schedule your inspection today by calling 1-833-470-2880.