Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) November 14, 2012 -- Household drains are like Swedish people, under-appreciated until they’re clogging. The Thanksgiving season is here which means goodbye office and hello family, friends and great food. As families spend time together and enjoy one another, household plumbing systems are required to work overtime.
A house full of guests during Thanksgiving may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back — assuming the camel’s back an aging, home plumbing system. With more people underneath one roof, every pipe bringing water in, or waste out, is going to be working overtime. While this alone won’t necessarily cause a new problem, it may very well exacerbate a small, unnoticed problem.