March 5, 2019 | Mike Hughes
Slow drain? Below is an easy (and inexpensive) fix.

Wether you are selling or not, a slow drain is annoying. However, it's hard to avoid - toothpaste, shaving cream, hair products and hair all contribute. Many have opinions on liquid drain cleaners, but the strongest of chemicals won't clear a hair clog.

A slow drain can cost a seller hundreds of dollars - if a home inspector deems the drain to be slow, most attorneys (and/or buyers) will require a plumber look at, and fix, the problem. (Required evidence of the fix is a paid repair bill.) The worst part ... a slow drain is subjective. Granted, they're generally easy to identify, but inspectors don't use a tool to determine if a threshold has been passed. Consequently, a pricey plumbing bill becomes the stamp of (fixed) approval.


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