If you see some dirt or other debris coming up through your drain, it is time to call a plumber. This means that there is a backup in your sewer line and what you are putting down the drain can’t get through. The sewer problem that might look like a little dirt coming up may actually be a lot more serious than it seems.
A bad-smelling drain can mean a lot of things. None of which are all that pleasant. Some drain stenches can be corrected using at-home methods. In certain situations though, you have to call a plumber. In other situations, a bad smelling drain could mean something more. An odor can be a sign of buildup, backup, or mold.
Slow draining drains pose more issues as well. When it comes to slow draining, It’s hard to tell if it’s just a big hairball blocking the drain or a deeper issue. Slow draining is another symptom of sewer backups and other more serious concerns. If it is just a hairball what happens if it can’t be extracted properly?
In any three of these cases, or if there’s another weird occurrence you’re experiencing with your drain, call a plumber to have them diagnose and treat the problem on hand.
Clog and bacteria buildup
When we are able to diagnose the issue with your pipe we will treat it with one of our many services. Some of the procedures we may perform are drain snaking, chemical disolvers, pipe replacement, and to revent, backflow valve, sump pump, and waterproofing. We offer a variety of other services for emergency repairs and preventative measures. Check out all of our available services here