#1: Drains are a critical component of your home plumbing.
Drain pipes carry water and waste materials from your sink, toilet, dishwasher, bathtub, washing machine, and other appliances away from your home to be disposed of. Every item in your home that has running water has a drain pipe.
#2: When your drain pipes get clogged, life becomes unpleasant.
There is literally nothing less fun than having a backed up toilet. When drain pipes get clogged, they stop allowing water and waste material to leave your home. This means the shower won’t drain, the dirty dish water stays in the sink, and all kinds of chaos can happen with your washing machine. If you can avoid it, you don’t want your drains to clog.
#3: All drains need cleaning – no exceptions.
Sometimes people are under the misconception that their household drains never need cleaning. This is especially true in very clean households, where a lot of tidying up is done. However, the cleaner a house is, the more likely it is that the drains will need cleaning because of the increased amount of dirt, grease, and grime that gets washed down the drain with frequent cleanings.
#4: Drain cleaning is a service provided by your NYC plumber.
If your toilet is clogged, sink won’t drain, or washing machine keeps overflowing, you want to have your NYC plumber clean your drains. Drain cleaning is a quick remedy to the common challenge of clogged drains. Your plumber can perform drain cleaning without damaging your home or making a big mess. You don’t have to wait for your pipes to clog in order to have them cleaned. You can have drain cleaning performed any time you feel the need. For the typical NYC household, this is once every 18 months to two years.
#5 Drain cleaning provides peace of mind.
Now that life is getting back to normal, and you might even be entertaining family and friends at your home, the last thing you want to have to worry about is clogged drains. Let your NYC plumber eliminate that stress for you. Schedule your drain cleaning today!