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Grates drain is too normal to pay attention to, but it is very important.
Grates drain do not require much attention because we never seem to use them. They only come to life when a toilet or sink overflows and then we need that drain to take away the water before it becomes damaging.
Many issues with floor drains can be avoided with some pre-planning and simple care.
Whether indoors or outdoors, grates drains are designed to efficiently and safely direct water to a sewer or municipal storm drain so that the floor stays dry and rooms don’t flood.
Many different types of debris collect on your floor, from pet hair to dust bunnies. All the debris runs the risk of potentially clogging the grates drain. The first sign of a grates drain clogging is if it is draining slowly. If you catch the clog early on, clean it as soon as possible to reduce the risk of flooding.
At least once each quarter, check your grates drain for debris and clear them. If necessary, use a safe liquid drain cleaner or, if your drains haven’t been cleaned in a while, have a professional plumber do the job for you.