A. Bailey Plumbing · Heating · Cooling · Drain Cleaning
plumbers can assist you with your sewer line and ensure that you reduce the risk of sewer drain clogs by troubleshooting and being extra careful about what you choose to put down the sewer drains in your home.
SOME PRODUCTS DO NOT FLUSH
For example do not flush items like feminine hygiene products or cotton swabs, diapers, paper towels and other materials because these materials are not designed to break down, biodegrade and dissolve quickly. Keeping your sewer line free of non-degradable materials ensures that the sewer lines remain free of clogs that can cause a messy backup.
AVOID CHEMICALS DOWN THE DRAIN
Experts maintain that "flushable" wipes don't biodegrade well enough to be put down the toilet into the septic system. Paints, oils, greasy products or harsh chemicals, even chemicals designed to prevent clogs, as well as other liquid materials can create problems.
SAVE MONEY MAINTAIN YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM
They might go down the toilet with easily, but that is no guarantee that they won't cause sewer problems further down the line. Sewer repairs fall under the individual homeowner's responsibility, preventive maintenance saves thousands of dollars in potential sewer line damages. Call the professionals at A. Bailey Plumbing to troubleshoot and maintain your sewer line.