The good news is that clogged drains usually give some warning signs before they get really bad, and there are many things that you can do yourself to stop clogs and backups from happening. Make sure to follow these tips so that you can keep your drains running clear and avoid a water-related catastrophe.
Use Drain Screens
Double Up When Bathing Pets
Garbage disposals are a great way to reduce the amount of food that you place outside in the trash. However, even the best disposal still allows sticky residue to be washed down your drain. Over time, this residue can begin to build up and form a clog. To prevent this from happening, start a compost pile that you can use in your garden or offer to a neighbor.