Maintaining the drains in your home is important for several reasons:

  • Preventing Clogs: Regular maintenance helps prevent the buildup of debris, hair, soap scum, and other materials that can clog your drains. Clogs can lead to slow drainage or complete blockages, causing inconvenience and potentially costly repairs.
  • Avoiding Odors: Drains that are not properly maintained can emit unpleasant odors due to the accumulation of organic matter and bacteria. This can make your home uncomfortable and unhygienic.
  • Extending Drain Lifespan: regular maintenance can prolong the lifespan of your drains and plumbing system. Clogs and corrosion caused by neglect can lead to the need for expensive repairs or replacements.
  • Preventing Water Damage: Clogged or poorly maintained drains can cause water to back up and overflow, potentially damaging your home’s interior walls and floors. This can result in costly repairs and mold growth.
  • Health and Hygiene: Blocked drains can become breeding grounds for harmful bacteria that pose health risks to you and your family. Proper drain maintenance helps maintain a clean and hygienic environment.
  • Cost Savings: Preventive maintenance is typically less expensive than emergency repairs. Regularly cleaning and maintaining your drains can help you avoid the high costs of fixing severe blockages or damage.
  • Environmental Impact: Clogs and blockages in drains can lead to overflows of wastewater, harming the environment by contaminating water sources and ecosystems. Proper drain maintenance can help reduce this impact.
  • Peace of Mind: Knowing that your drains are well-maintained can provide peace of mind, knowing that you are less likely to experience unexpected plumbing issues and the associated stress.

To maintain your drains effectively, consider using BioOne, a monthly safe approved by the Environmental Protection Agency to keep your pipes clean and free from build-up. This product can be purchased from an At Your Service Plumbing team member either by stopping by our office or while your Personal Plumbing Professional is in your home. Avoid disposing grease and large food particles down the kitchen sink and using drain strainers to catch debris. Joining our club will also ensure you have an annual plumbing system inspection with an included camera scope of your main drain line with an accessible clean-out.

For more information on BioOne or our club membership, please call At Your Service Plumbing at (253) 565-0090.

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