Just Another Issue Related To Covid-19

Being bombarded with news about the spread of the Coronavirus is enough to make anyone a little paranoid. And it is easy to see how that can carry over to other parts of your life. But if you think you have an issue with slow clearing drains in your home, don’t chalk it up to being overly on edge or a negative outlook making you think the worst. There is a genuine possibility that you have inadvertently created a clog in your drains or sewer line that could cause sewage to back up into your home.

The Big Mistake

If you were unable to purchase toilet paper and have resorted to TP substitutes like paper towels, napkins, tissues, or baby wipes, then you are probably well on your way to having a sewage catastrophe. And while it was necessary to find something to do the job of toilet paper, that item should never have been flushed down the toilet.

Toilet paper is designed to disintegrate almost immediately when it is submerged in water. This helps to eliminate the large clumps of paper that can create clogs in residential and city sewer lines. But when you flush other paper products, they don’t break down. Instead, they become lodged in the residue inside the sewer pipe and begin to collect other debris. And the more paper you flush, the larger the blockage becomes until your entire sewer pipe is clogged. At this point, you will begin to notice sewage and dirt water backing up into your home.

One More Important Piece Of Information

So after your initial mistake of flushing napkins or paper towels, you now have a clogged sewer line. But don’t fall into the trap of making another big plumbing related mistake when trying to fix the first problem. Drain cleaner from the big box store is not the answer. These products are a combination of harsh chemicals and acid that claim to dissolve anything that is clogging your drain pipe.

But what is more likely to occur is that the chemicals will dissolve your drain pipe long before removing the clog. When you discover a sewer or drain clog in your home, only trust the pros at  Flow Plumbing to fix the problem. Our drain cleaning professionals have the tools needed to remove the clog quickly and safely.

What Is A Professional Drain Cleaning?

Plumbing pros know that harsh chemicals are not the way to go when you want to remove a clog or clean a drain or sewer pipe. The only thing you need is water. But the secret to the process is the equipment that our pros use. It creates a high-pressure water jet that destroys clogs and washes them away. And at the same time, the jet of water removes all of the filthy residue from the inside of all the pipes. Our team has years of experience safely operating this equipment and is ready to help you avoid a nasty sewage backup 24/7. Just call (214) 388-8838 and know that the clog and your stress will both be eliminated very quickly.

Why You Can Trust  Flow Plumbing

It is easy to understand why you are apprehensive about asking anyone to come to your home during this health crisis. And everyone here at  Flow Plumbing understands and shares your concerns. We are following all safety precautions in an effort to protect the health of our customers and our employees. This includes extra safety gear, more rigorous cleaning and disinfecting of tools and equipment, and extra attention to the health of our entire staff. Our team of professionals always focuses on safety, care, and respect when in your home. And due to the current issues, they will focus on remaining more distant from you and the members of your family when they are in your home.

Especially in these challenging times, it is critical to call in the pros as soon as you think there is a clog in your drain or sewer pipes. Any sewage backup in your home will create a serious contamination issue and require a massive amount of clean up. But all of that can be avoided with a quick call to (214) 388-8838.