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Drain Repair in Warsaw, IN

A home’s drains are designed to transport all the wastewater generated by sinks, showers, tubs, toilets, and water-using appliances to the municipal sewer system. When they become blocked, the wastewater doesn’t make it to the treatment plant where it can be purified of contaminants and returned to the water cycle. Instead, it stays in the pipes, backing up into the home and/or damaging the plumbing, causing leaks.

Homeowners in Warsaw have a simple solution to this common problem. They can call Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling for all the help they need maintaining, repairing, and replacing drainage pipes. Summers Plumbing is known for providing expert workmanship and quality customer service, so homeowners can trust these industry-leading experts to resolve any kind of drainage problem.

Unless they happen to be licensed plumbers, homeowners shouldn’t attempt to perform drain repairs by themselves. Instead, they should call the trained, certified, licensed, and insured experts at Summers Plumbing. These professionals have all the tools, equipment, and knowledge required to tackle even challenging drain repairs. When homeowners call Summers Plumbing, they can rest easy knowing that their homes’ plumbing systems will be in good hands.

A home’s plumbing system is composed of a complex network of drains and pipes that run not just through the home itself, but out of the house and beneath the lawn to the municipal sewer lines. While the complexity of these systems is necessary because it accommodates modern families’ needs, it can also create some unique challenges. Blockages in the system, leaks in the pipes, and other issues can all disrupt the ability of residential drainage systems to function as intended.

Ignoring the problem will only make it worse. What starts as frustration with a slow-moving drain can quickly escalate into a panic over wastewater backups or leaking pipes, so it’s important to take action as soon as issues start to arise. While most homeowners aren’t going to perform full inspections of their drainage systems on a routine basis, they can keep an eye out for the following common signs it’s time for drain repairs.

When sinks, tubs, or other water-using fixtures like dishwashers start draining more slowly than usual, that typically indicates a clog somewhere in the drainage line. Sometimes, the clog is close to the fixture and affects just one drain. Others, it’s located further down into the system in the sewer line, where it can cause slow-moving drains and backups throughout the home. These issues are most prevalent on the ground floor.

Blockages in the home’s drain pipes or sewer lines often contain organic waste, which can produce unpleasant odors as it starts to decompose. Sometimes, residents notice the smell of sewage coming from their drains. Others, it’s most noticeable outside above the sewage line. Either way, homeowners should call Summers Plumbing for professional help immediately because exposure to raw sewage and its gasses can be harmful to residents’ health.

While people find the smell of raw sewage extremely unpleasant, the same can’t be said for household pests like bugs, mice, and rats. If there’s a wastewater leak occurring somewhere in the system, insect pests will seek it out. Mice, rats, and other critters will follow. Resolving the underlying problem usually convinces these pests to move on.

If the sewer line is leaking, it can increase the growth of grass and other plants growing nearby, making them look lush and green even if the rest of the lawn is struggling. Alternatively, large sewer line leaks can create pooling water in the lawn. Either way, these changes spell trouble and should be taken as a warning sign it’s time to call a professional plumber.

Once homeowners have scheduled an appointment with Summers Plumbing, they can rely on the experts to do all the heavy lifting. A plumber will arrive promptly to perform an inspection and locate both the clog or leak and the extent of the damage. From there, he or she will review the repair options with the homeowner, which may range from simple drain cleanings to full pipe replacements. The plumber may be able to complete simple repairs on the spot, but complex problems that require trenching such as sewer line replacements will need to be scheduled for a later date.

Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling has been providing Warsaw area homeowners with all the plumbing services they need for over half a century. These experts can tackle any kind of drain repairs, so reach out to schedule an inspection and repair services today.

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