Your floor drain is clogged and your basement is wet and messy. Unfortunately, with the drain having a direct line to drainage and sewer lines, a clog can mean serious consequences and that’s what you’re dealing with at the moment. You may be thinking you can handle the clog yourself, but do you have the right tools?
Even if you have a few tools in the garage, you need to know: what clogged the drain, what specific tools you need, and how long will it take for this unclogging project.
No one thinks about a floor drain until a problem arises, especially since they’re often located out-of-sight in the basement, laundry room or bathroom.
So, what causes floor drain issues?A drain on the floor is easily susceptible to clogging from such items as dirt, grease, or other debris. Additionally, your drain might stop or slow down for the following common reasons: