Top Myths about Drains

Drain CleanOne of the biggest purchases a person will make in their lifetime is a new home. Finding the right home will take a bit of time and effort but it is more than worth it in the end. Once the right home is purchased, the new homeowner will need to start figuring out what needs to be done to maintain the home. Among the most common problems that a homeowner will face is in regards to their drains. The following are a few of the most common myths that a new homeowner will have regarding their drain system.

Drain Cleaners Are Not Harmful

One of the first misconceptions that a homeowner has regarding their drains is that drain chemicals will fix just about any clog. The fact is that drain chemicals are usually not that effective and if used on a regular basis, they can be quite harmful to a home’s plumbing system. Instead of pouring these chemicals down the drains, the homeowner will need to find a professional to unclog them. The frequent use of these cleaners will usually kill the good bacteria in a septic tank and can prohibit the breaking down of solid waste.

All Liquid Substances Can Go Down the Drain

Another very common misconception that a person has regarding their drain system is that all liquids can go down the drain. This is not the case due to the damage that some liquids, namely grease, can do to a drain system. Most of the clogs that occur in a home come from the kitchen due to the substances that get poured down the drains.

When a clog in a home’s drain occurs, the homeowner needs contact the team at Dutton Plumbing for help.

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