Drain cleaning should be scheduled at least once a year, in order to ensure that your drain pipes continue to operate properly. If a problem shows up before your annual drain cleaning appointment, however, you shouldn’t just wait to address it. Keep an eye out for these signs that you should schedule drain cleaning sooner, rather than later.
Drain clogs form over time, as waste sticks to the sides of the drain pipe and builds towards the center. This slowly constricts the flow of water through the pipe, and eventually blocks it completely. If you notice that your drain is draining more slowly than it normally does, it could mean that you have a clog developing in your drain pipe. You should call for drain cleaning immediately after noticing this.
Especially in kitchen drains, waste buildup can lead to bad smells wafting out of the drains and into your home. Bad smells could also indicate a problem further down in your home’s sewer system. Drain cleaning should fix the problem, but you should not delay. If the smells are bad enough to be noticeable, the waste buildup in your drain is probably quite advanced.
Calcium deposits are a white, chalky substance that build up as the result of exposure to hard water. They are also referred to as “lime scale.” If lime scale has a chance to build up in your drain pipe, it can permanently restrict the flow of water. If you notice calcium deposits around your faucets, it’s a sign that you probably have deposits in your pipes. Schedule drain cleaning services right away to correct this problem.
If you need drain cleaning services, call The Trusted Plumber. We offer a full range of drain cleaning services throughout Phoenix, AZ.