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Although some clogging issues may seem minor, trying to repair these issues such as slow drains or leaking toilets can lead to bigger problems later. However these issues should be fixed earlier on so that they do not grow overtime. Clogs and leaks are more than just a nuisance, they can cause structural damage, promote mold growth and can even damage flooring and tiles that could warp or discolor when wet.
In many cases when dealing with clogs, your plunger just might not be enough to fix the problem. Plungers use air pressure to dislodge clogs but can’t fully eliminate it. A professional should be contacted if clogs are persistent and are occurring on a regular basis.
Discovering your drains are clogged is usually a surprising and completely unwanted event. If you see water building up around any of the drains in your home and not flowing through or draining quickly like it’s supposed to, it is likely you have a drain clog. RepairCare can send a qualified and licensed plumber to inspect and fix any clogged drains you may be facing.
The most common types of clogs include:
Hair: when you shower, some of your hair goes down the drain, and can easily get stuck, especially if you have long or thick hair. You can tell that your shower/bath drain is clogged if the water takes longer and longer to drain out than usual, or if you notice a lot of pooling. While getting rid of a hair clog is simple enough, it should not be left too long, as it can damage the pipes and result in a leak, which can be very expensive to fix.
Garbage: despite the name, you can’t put all of your garbage down the garbage disposal. Things like grease, oil, bones, twist ties, paper, napkins, cigarette butts, and more should not be put down the garbage disposal. Not only can the damage the drains, but they can turn into slug and clog the drain, resulting in you needing a repair.
Toilets: the only things that should be flushed down your toilets are human waste and a reasonable amount of toilet paper. Things like paper towels, napkins, and feminine hygiene products should not be flushed down the toilet. The toilet’s plumbing isn’t designed to push those items through, resulting in a clog.
If left for too long, that clog can result in expensive water damage. When water damage takes place, not only do you have to pay to fix the clogged drain, but you will have to pay to fix all of the damage that water has done. This can include repairing electrical damage, cleaning up sewage, restoration the structure of your house, drying out your home to prevent mold and fungus, and more.
Plus, you probably will need to replace some of your household items, like appliances or furniture, that have been damaged by the overflowing clogged drains. You work hard for your money, and shouldn’t have to spend it repairing and replacing everything due to stubborn clog.
At RepairCare we know that when stubborn clogs occur it’s stressful, and we’re here to make sure that you get the best service from your plumber. We look for certified and insured plumbers in your area anywhere in Canada, who are ready and available to come to your home and fix your clogs quickly so that you don’t end up with more damage than necessary. If you need to put down a deposit, we hold on to that deposit for you until the leak is fully repaired to your satisfaction, so that there is no chance of getting scammed and your money is safe.