It’s every host’s holiday nightmare – the house is beautiful, dinner is perfect and after the guests arrive, someone announces a clogged sink or toilet. The holidays are a prime time for this sort of domestic disaster because more people are in and out of your home and using your facilities. Unfortunately, sometimes what seems like a simple clog is really a sewer drain clog, and a flush with nowhere to go will end up in your sinks, tub, shower and floor. See the Signs of a Sewer Drain Clog.
Sewer and Drain Back-up, What to Do If Tree Roots Grow into Your Sewer Lines
Sewer backups and plumbing issues are not only stressful, they can be completely overwhelming as you’re struggling to figure out what caused the disaster. There are several potential causes, as simple as the kids flushed too much toilet paper, or
How to Prevent and Respond to Sewer Backups in Your Business
Commercial operations come to an immediate standstill when sewer water floods the property. Cautious business owners can take steps to prevent sewer backups and respond prudently in the event a backup occurs.