Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Roto Rooter's Routine Maintenance: Simple Steps to Protecting Your Pipes

Thanksgiving is 8 days away, can you believe it? People all around the US are doing last minute food shopping for the holiday and getting their dinner menu's finalized.  If you didn't already know, Thanksgiving is the #1 holiday for plumbers, and the day after is their busiest day of the year! Be mindful of what you put down your kitchen sink as it's not meant to handle everything!

We actually just had a clogged drain in my kitchen sink a few days ago.  Food was backing up from the garbage disposal and the water was slow to drain.  You never know how severe something is until you actually go to fix it, so we were hoping it wasn't a big problem.  Luckily, with a snake and Roto-Rooter clog remover, my husband was able to tackle the issue.  If you don't know how to use a snake, I wouldn't recommend it since you could cause further damage.  An emergency call to a plumber would be very expensive! Roto-Rooter's clog remover has saved us from an expensive plumber phone call many times now. 

This helpful graphic can help you to be pipe and clog smart.  The main cause of clogs are dirt, food particles, accumulated gunk, hair/skin flakes, and soap residue. Even if you don't have a clog, it's imperative that you take preventive measures and regularly use Roto-Rooter's clog remover to keep your pipe clogs at bay.  

Life is easier when you can relax at home without worrying about the stress of clogged pipes. 

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