What causes my drains to clog?
Drains become clogged from the substances put down them. Depending on where a drain is located, it is a receptacle for hair, grease, grass, washcloth fibers, auto wax, cooking oil, soap residue, heavy dirt, toothpaste, and various cleansers. These substances can build up in the pipes, causing your drain to clog. It is recommended that you be aware of what you put in your drains, utilize drains screens when possible, and treat drains regularly with a biodegradable drain cleaning solution.