Kitchen sinks: Kitchen sink lines are usually cleaned from a roof vent. If this is the case it’s a relatively quick fix. Occasionally they have to be cleaned from under the sink, when this happens there is a chance we’ll have to replace the p-trap.

English: Drawing showing how water sits in a P...
English: Drawing showing how water sits in a P-trap to seal out sewer gasses (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bath-tubs: Are almost always cleaned from the access at the trip-lever (the stopper handle). Some bath-tubs will have whats called a
drum trap instead of the traditional p-trap. If this is the case it will have to be replaced, as there is no way to clean it properly.

Bathroom sink drains:  Bathroom sinks are cleaned from under the sink. The possibility of having to replace the p-trap is pretty high, given how little the trap is removed.

Basement drains: Basement drains can be confusing to some home owners, in that it may not be the basement drain that is clogged. More
often than not, the clog is caused by either a main sewer line or a kitchen sink drain, that the floor drain happens to tie into. The best way to check for this is to run water upstairs and determine if the water is backing up out of the drain.

Main sewer line: Main sewer line back ups show themselves by backing up into the lowest drain of the house. If there is a basement, it’ll back up in the floor drain. If the house has no basement, water will back up in the toilet or tub (or sometimes a utility room floor drain).

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