Full "El Niño & Your Drains" Transcript:
Mary Jean: El Niño is on the way and a lot of people are concerned about their rooftops, but don't forget about the drains because the number one cause of mainline backups is root intrusion. And guess what? With all that rain comes lots of roots, and with those roots come major stoppages.
Amanda: Thank you for calling Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air. This is Amanda. How can I make you smile today?
Kyle: We are literally flooded with calls when El Niño hits. Water in the drain, roots in the pipe, roots grow, and they grow fast. So, what you want to do before the rain hits, get a team member of ours out to your house. If we can do a camera inspection on it, that would be the first thing we would do.
William: It's a good visual and we can pinpoint and determine exactly what your problem is.
Kyle: It's important to keep those drains flowing. Do yourself a favor, get it done now. Save yourself a lot of time and headache.
Mary Jean: Nobody really wants to deal with these kind of problems, but keep an eye out for slow moving drains. Give us a call and we'll clear it out before a small problem becomes a big one. And remember, we're Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air, and, "Nobody wows clients like we do!"