Bathroom problems like clogged drain or a slow-running sink or bathtub can be bothersome. While minor clog can be fixed quickly, but what happens if all the drains begin backing up at once? What can you do? The best way to deal with plumbing problems is by getting the services of a qualified plumber.
You can tell it needs repair or replacement you see these plumbing repair signs:
Pipe damage. When a sewer pipe is damaged or broken, the sewage may not be able to drain properly through the system that could lead to backups. The damage of the sewer pipe could mean that it raptured because of the shifting soil, increased ground traffic, or the use of heavy construction equipment above ground.
Sagging sewer line. Sagging sewer lines mostly happen when a section of the pipe sunk due to ground or soil conditions, and this is not the homeowner’s fault. The result of this will begin the collection of waste that creates blockages.
Grease buildup. Grease, fats and oil could clog the pipelines. Never pour oily wastes down the drain as they can be a problem soon.
Flushing unwanted materials down the toilet. The toilet can only handle human waste and toilet paper and everything else should go in the trash. Unwanted materials can cause weak flushing and clog problems.
When something seems not right or when plumbing smells like dead animal, contact qualified plumbers right away. These professionals are well equipped to fix any plumbing issues that come up.