If you own residential, commercial, and or industrial real estate in the Ogden, Utah area than professional drain cleaning should be part of your regular preventative maintenance schedule. You may not be aware of the fact that many of the things that go down your drains on a daily basis are wreaking havoc on the plumbing pipes. If they are not cleaned out periodically these elements tend to cause severe issue that are extremely expensive to have repaired.
For example, the drains in your sinks, showers, tubs, and toilets are connected to drainpipes that run directly to the sewer system. When the drainpipes are clogged with grease, food particles, hair, soap, shampoo and other items it can actually cause a backup in the system. In a best-case scenario this will result in drains that well, do not drain properly. You begin to notice this when water remains in the kitchen and bathroom sink long after you are finished using it, or the toilets are not flushing quite right.
You will also become very aware that the water in the shower or tub is either slow to drain or is not draining at all. In a worst-case scenario severely clogged drains will lead to the backup of sewage and wastewater into your property through the toilets, water faucets, and drains. Raw sewage and wastewater are extremely dangerous and pose a major health hazard to both humans and pets. Not to mention that the cleanup of these toxic elements should only be handled by a professional. It is extremely important that the raw sewage and wastewater is properly removed from all interior surfaces.
The good news is that a regular drain cleaning will keep your plumbing pipes free from the obstructions that cause the problems as mentioned above. It is incredibly important that you do not attempt to perform the task yourself. Although it may be tempting, you could very well be causing more damage than good. The tools required to perform the job should only be used by a professional plumber that has both the experience and training to correctly clean the drainpipes without breaking the pipes or plumbing fixtures.
Replacing a broken sink, faucet, or toilet is far more expensive than a regular drain cleaning service. Depending on the severity, repairs to the drainpipes can run thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. The questions remains, why take that chance when a professional plumbing contractor, like Restore Pipe Systems is only a phone call or a click away? It is simply not worth the risk.