Most people assume that when they turn on the water or flush a toilet the water goes down the drain and goes away, which is true but there is a bit more involved. Each drain has its own drain line and each of the drain lines ties to a larger main line that carries the waste water from the house. Drain lines throughout the home work on the simple principles of gravity. All drain pipes are angled downward slightly, approximately ¼” per foot, to keep the waste water moving toward the main line and then out of the home to a sewer or septic field.
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When it comes to unclogging a drain or the replacement of drain lines or drain traps, the experienced plumbers at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing have been trained in the latest state-of-the-art techniques. Our licensed and insured plumbers will fix the problem right the first time, supported by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.