A clogged sewer drain is a very serious plumbing emergency
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2013
Southern California’s leading plumbing and sewer company, My Plumber of San Diego has just released the signs of a clogged sewer drain for residential homeowners who are trying to analyze sewer problems within their homes.
My Plumber of San Diego has conducted extensive customer research on how homeowners handle residential problem sand the results are startling. Franco Testa, owner of My Plumber San Diego, states “a clogged sewer drain is a very serious plumbing emergency. If a homeowner suspects that they have a clogged sewer drain, they should not run any water in the house and call a plumber service immediately.”
My Plumber of San Diego knows that once a homeowner knows what they are looking for in a clogged sewer, the signs are unmistakable. The initial step in determining a sewer problem is by locating the sewer drain. The sewer drain is the only pipe leaving the residence. The sewer pipe is usually three or four inches wide and it’s usually connected in a straight line to the toilet.
Because of this direct connection, the first sign is often an overflowing toilet. An overflowing toilet is a symptom of two different problems, though; a clogged toilet, or a clogged drain. My Plumber of San Diego suggests that homeowners should take the time to assess and see if any other home fixtures are backed up such as the bathtubs or showers. Sewer water will back up to the lowest point.
Mr. Testa goes on to state “this is the crucial time period that after the homeowner recognizes that they have a clogged sewer line, they should be calling a plumbing professional immediately because the homeowner or any resident should not use any water in the home while the sewer is clogged, if they do, the water that overflows could be contaminated with dangerous pathogens, and can cause dangerous molds to be harbored in your walls and floor.”
My Plumber of San Diego has been helping homeowners with clogged sewers for many years in Southern California. In order to better service their Southern California clients, My Plumber offers sewer video inspections that can better assess the clogged sewer line and determine the issue. Clogged sewer lines should be treated with utmost caution and handled by a plumbing professional.
About My Plumber of San Diego
My Plumber San Diego, LLP was founded on the principles of excellence, diligence and customer service. My Plumber of San Diego is an active part of the community with ties that run deep in North County, East County, and South Bay. They offer these communities repairs and installations of plumbing services as well as installation, service and maintenance of heating and air conditioning systems. For more information, please visit http://www.myplumberca.com.