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Keeping Your Family Safe: How to Avoid Plumbing Disasters During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people across the nation in a number of ways. When it comes to Redlands Plumbing, the professionals at Drain-Aid Plumbing want people to know that taking care of their plumbing is more important now than it has ever been. People have to consider that the plumbing in their homes is working harder because they are using it more. Increased use can contribute to potential problems. Here are some things every homeowner needs to be aware of.

Maintenance Checks Are a Must

Most people don’t give the plumbing in their homes a second thought unless they notice a leak, or have some other type of plumbing emergency. The best way for people* to keep their Redlands Plumbing flowing, is to make sure they schedule regular maintenance checks. When a professional plumbing technician evaluates and clears the plumbing system in a home, residents can be assured that they won’t encounter any surprises. In addition, allows homeowners the option of choosing to have smaller issues identified during the process repaired before they turn into larger ones.

Flush Carefully

It is important for people to remember that they still need to be careful about what they flush down their toilets. Due to the fact that so many people are using disinfectant wipes, we are seeing an increase in the number of calls we normally get for clogged toilets. People just need to stick to the same rules as always, avoid flushing personal hygiene products, as well as things like paper towels and disinfectant wipes.

 Even when people use toilet paper, they still need to be careful. If they find that they need to use a fair amount of toilet paper they need to remember to use and flush. It is perfectly okay to flush multiple times. It is not okay to try to flush large wads of paper all at once.

Here to Help

The professionals at Drain-Aid have over years of experience taking care of Redlands Plumbing issues. They offer 24 hour seven day a week emergency services for people in the greater Los Angeles area. Whether it’s a broken pipe inside of a wall, or underneath a sink, the technicians can take care of it.

Customers can be confident that the professionals of Drain-Aid Plumbing follow OSHA guidelines when they enter a residential or commercial property to service it. Drain-Aid technicians wear personal protective equipment during all service calls to protect their customers and themselves. To learn more about Drain Aids’ safety guidelines, or to schedule an appointment for a maintenance call or service repair, give them a call at 909-244-3369.

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