Is your kitchen sink or bathroom tub taking too long to drain out the water? Don’t wait for your drains to get completely clogged. Take action when the drainage begins to get slow and waste water doesn’t flush out immediately.
Especially with the coronavirus outbreak, you can’t risk infecting your homes with harmful bacteria. Water is the breeding ground for bacteria and you don’t want to infect your house and jeopardize the health of your family. Keep your homes clean and safe by being proactive with plumbing repairs.
Here’s how to tell if your drains need a good cleaning.
· Slow Draining
As discussed already, slow draining is the first sign of clogged drains. Note the time it takes to flush out all the soapy water when you’re done with a sink full of dirty dishes. Check your bathroom drains, kitchen drains, and toilets. If drainage seems to be consistently sluggish, it’s time to call the professionals.
· Water Accumulation
You may do the dishes or take a quick shower and not wait around to monitor the drainage situation. That can be a potential health risk if the water keeps standing. If your bathrooms and kitchen sinks remain wet or you notice standing water near the drains, it’s likely that your drainage needs a cleaning service. Don’t wait for water-borne diseases to infect your house. Dial 1-817-244-0614 now.
· Unusual Noise
Don’t strike out the possibility of clogged drains if you have neither of the abovementioned problems. Keep an eye out for other signs such as unusual noises while water drains out. If your drainage lines are clogged, the waste water will find alternate routes of flushing out. This will cause gurgling sounds or bubbling noises. Call us for a quick check.
· Stale Odor
You can use your sense of smell to detect a plumbing problem before it aggravates. Drainage problems always leave a trail of unpleasant smells around the drains. Since sewage and waste has accumulated in the lines, they’ll release a rotten odor. If you’re smelling something unpleasant around the house, get the problem inspected immediately.
· Fruit Flies
One day, you’ll have no critters or insects in the house and the next day, fruit flies might appear to surprise you. Don’t disregard the problem by simply spraying a disinfectant around the house. They’re a bad sign because that means that food waste as piled up in the drainage and is attracting flies. We can clean your drains and also get rid of the pesky flies.
We also offer the guarantee that our workers practice proper health procedures on- and off-duty. We know you’re concerned about letting outsiders in the house but we can assure you that we’ll be as careful as we can!
Call us at 1-817-244-0614 for more information.