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How To Determine A Drain Clog Location

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A clogged drain will cause sewage and water backups in your home, which in turn can lead to major biological hazards and water damage. It’s important to locate a clog quickly so that the drain can be cleaned out and repaired. Single Fixture Examples of a single-affected fixture include toilet backups or single sinks that are slow to drain.  When only one fixture is affected, you can rest assured that the clog is likely somewhere in the drain line just below the fixture. Read More»