Drainage is what we as homeowners take for granted. However, you are generally responsible for discharges within the boundaries of your residence, while the sewer company is responsible for lymphatic releases, which come from property boundaries, and sewers. If your home has these signs of a blocked drain then you need to call a plumbing professional as soon as possible. If there is a problem with drains within the boundaries of your home, they are your responsibility, and unfortunately, they get clogged for many different reasons. Here are the signs of a clogged drain.
A Stinky Smell from Your Sink
An unpleasant odor may precede a slow drain, but it can be a sign of a problem. It could be due to several things: rotting food in the sink or kitchen drain, or perhaps just a small scab in another sewer system area and drain reports. Bad odors are a clear sign that there’s a clog, and if something has clogged the drain and started to rust, then you’ll understand.
Water That Coming Out of Your Toilet
These clogs are usually caused by too much toilet paper or, more commonly, the wrong things being flushed down the toilet (like a small child’s toy or feminine hygiene items). This is serious because the item blocking the drain can damage your plumbing or cause damage to your toilet when water enters the bowl. If a plunger doesn’t help, you need to call a professional to check your pipes and drainage system.
A Gurgling Noise
This can result from debris in the drain, such as spyware, food, and oil. Food debris is not necessarily easy to remove with a drain cleaner. Occasionally a specialist with their sophisticated equipment such as a water jet can strengthen the inside of the pipe while removing the blockage that is causing it. Another reason for gurgling in the drain can be damage to this sewer line. This is much more intense than a clog and usually requires a specialist to repair it safely. Another reason for gurgling noises in a drain is a blockage in the vent pipe that flows into the drain and leads to the roof to allow the sewage gases to exit the system.
Water on Your Lawn
This can be different from the other signs because it occurs inside the house, while noises outside are obvious. If you have found a deposit on your lawn, you will probably want to have a professional come out to assess the drain and take steps to remove the blockage or damage to the sewer line. Leaves and trees growing near your sewer line can cause big problems, as root systems can damage underground sewer and water lines.