Plumbing vents are necessary in order for the plumbing fixtures in your home work properly. These vents pass up through your house and out the top of the roof. Unfortunately, if the exposed portion of the vent becomes blocked with debris or animal nests, you may suddenly find your plumbing system exhibiting all sorts of strange phenomena. This article will discuss three of the most common signs that you should call a plumber to come check out your plumbing vent.
Many people don't think about the drains in their home until there is a problem. A completely clogged drain or a partially clogged drain can be very frustrating to deal with. One of the best things you can do is be proactive to prevent clogged drains from occurring. Doing a few easy things can ensure that your drains stay clear and work properly. Use the following tips to maintain your drains and prevent clogs:
Keeping your home's plumbing system in good working order is a family job. Have you taught your kids what should never be flushed down the toilets or poured down the drains? Do your kids know what to watch for to know that there is a plumbing problem that needs to be addressed? If your kids know what to look for, they will be less likely to contribute to making a minor plumbing problem more serious. This blog will show you things that you should teach your kids so that everyone can work together to protect the entire plumbing system in your home.