Concerned about your home’s plumbing system? If your drains aren’t working properly, it won’t be long before you start facing bigger issues and, before you know it, you’ll have a big mess on your hands. You could save yourself a lot of time, stress, and expense by keeping an eye out for common signs of sewer problems and by having them tackled by a team of professional plumbers before things get worse.
We’ve brought up a few things for you to watch out for. If you find yourself answering yes to any of the following questions, reach out to the Stadler Plumbing team today!
Are Your Drains Backing Up?
If multiple drains throughout your household are backing up, or if you find water coming up through your shower drain every time you flush your toilet, then it’s time to reach out to an expert for some help. One plumber compared your system to a tree, with the main sewer line being the trunk. If that portion is experiencing a problem, the rest of the branches (or drains) will start experiencing issues, as well.
Is Sewage Coming Up Through Your Floor Drain?
The floor drains in your basement will eventually start pumping out water and sewage if your main line is backed up. If the water in your home can’t escape out like it is supposed to, it will simply turned around and come back up this way. Soon, you’ll be left with a big, smelly mess, which no one wants to deal with. You’re always better off addressing the problem sooner, rather than later.
Does Your Toilet Gurgle?
If you’ve been hearing some strange gurgling noises from your toilet, or if you’ve noticed it bubble from time to time, then your main line definitely needs some attention. This is actually one of the first signs that you’re experiencing an issue, so don’t hesitate to get professional care. The sooner you act, the less likely you’ll experience sewage backing up into your home.
Are Your Drains Moving Slowly?
Does it take forever for your sink or bathtub to drain out water? You probably have a big clog, or you could have tree roots interfering with your pipes ability to function efficiently. Either way, getting a licensed technician on the job is a must! Even if you haven’t already noticed an issue, filling up the sink and observing how slowly or quickly it drains now and then is a good idea. That way, you’ll always know where you’re at, and you can try to note any warning signs early on.
Don’t Wait To Give Us A Call!
If your main sewer backs up, you could find yourself with ruined carpet and belongings. Don’t wait until it is too late. Now that you know some common warning signs you can alert our qualified crew at the first sign of trouble! Reach out today.