When indoor plumbing came on the scene in the 1930's, it was revolutionary. It altered lifestyles. Before running water in the home, families were taking baths once a week and sharing heated bathwater. Not only was indoor plumbing more convenient, but it was also more sanitary and has prevented the spread of disease. In general, we don't think too much about it. Unless it's not working, that is. Then we think about it all the time.
There's no doubt our plumbing systems take a beating. In addition to the demand, we put on those pipes daily, doing things like dumping grease down drains makes it worst. When my daughter was 3, she flushed an entire bottle of perfume down the toilet. I'm not even sure how she did it. The point is, there is a lot of stuff that goes down our drains that shouldn't.
Imagine a creek flowing freely, but then someone puts a boulder in it. As water passes, some things get caught on the stone. The same thing is happening in your pipes. While the boulder in the example may be collecting leaves, twigs, moss or other natural elements, the gunk in your pipes is gathering sewer and bacteria. The build-up does not allow things to pass through as efficiently, resulting in smelly, slow-draining plumbing.
In any case, the main line can get backed up and cause clogs in multiple sinks, toilets or tubs. If that happens to you, call SERVIZ and let us pick our professionals in the Denver area to get everything flowing again. Having the main drain line flushed is an especially needed service before the holidays and summer due to its increased usage. SERVIZ has experienced and knowledgeable professionals that come with the highest recommendations, and there is a 100% satisfaction guarantee.