The ABC’s of you main sewer drain

There are really two different parts to your plumbing that you need to concern yourself with—the parts you can see and the parts that you can’t. The faucets and appliances like the toilets and hot water heaters fall into the category of the things that are readily apparent. The main sewer drain is one of the parts of your water services that work for you without being in the house. Still, that doesn’t mean you don’t need to know about how this critical element of your plumbing works.

 

All the household drains in your home, including the toilet that has the largest one, work their way down to the main drain that carries all the waste water away to the municipal sewer lines or the septic system as the case may be.

 

Storm water systems carry away rain and the sanitary sewers, like the name implies, carry away waste. These sanitary sewers are one of the most important parts of your Toronto plumbers package and when you’ve got a clog that won’t flush out with conventional methods like an auger, you might need the experts to come in and see if the problem is with the pipes under the home.

 

These plumbing professionals can pinpoint the issue with video equipment that can find the exact location where nuisances like tree roots have grown through existing lines.

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