Do you have a clean out drain in your yard? You should!
These popular drains work similarly to floor drains in a garage or basement. They are designed tocatch runoff water, channeling the water away from your home and into a storm drain or the street. As a result, you can prevent flooding in your yard, prevent flooding in your basement or low-level floor, and even prevent plumbing problems.
Why should you have a clean out drain?
Clean out drains allow easy access to evaluate a plumbing problem before taking more serious steps. With access to a cleanout drain, you can prevent more severe plumbing problems like needing to take apart your toilet. They help keep your plumbing system running smoothly, leaving you with less home maintenance problems.
Just like any drain, yard drains can become clogged and back up over time. With the temperature dropping and Fall right around the corner, now is the best time of year to service your yard drain — when falling leaves are likely to clog your plumbing pipes. Make sure that you take the time to clear the area around your drains and if you notice a clog — address it sooner rather than later. Drain inspections can help determine the reason behind your clog and hydrojetting services can help clear them!
At Pipe Wrench Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, we offer plumbing services that can help you prevent and repair, when needed, plumbing problems. If you are having trouble with a clogged drain, we offer a $99 drain opening that includes a FREE camera inspection. We even offer same day service — so you don’t have to wait to find out what’s wrong with your drain. We also offer hydrojetting services that get rid of stubborn debris in your plumbing lines.