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It’s that time of year when the rain is going to start coming down. Within a blink of an eye, we will start to experience snowflakes! With the extra amount of water that is going to accumulate storm drains are going to be in full effect. You can see storm drains in parking lots and streets. Storm drains not only provide safer driving conditions but also prevent your yard and driveway from filling up with water. It is important to make sure you look for any signs of blockages, such as sticks or leaves.

Flooding is normal in some areas after a storm. However, if the water doesn’t naturally drain away in time. Express Plumbing Heating & Air can clean your storm drains. Routine cleaning and maintenance reduce the amount of debris in the storm and can help prevent any flooding from happening. If you want to prevent any extensive damage that could be costly, constantly checking your storm drains is necessary.

A sewer system and a storm drain system are completely different. The water that goes down your sinks or toilets flows to wastewater treatment plants where it is treated and filtered. Any water that flows down the street goes into a storm drain that flows directly to a lake, river, or ocean. Draining water from sidewalk streets is the main purpose of storm drains. Not removing pollutants.

Here at Express Plumbing Heating & Air, we understand how important it is to keep your parking lots and streets clear from any flooding that may occur. So If you need any assistance with storm drains, our technicians are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Contact Express Plumbing Heating & Air to schedule your maintenance today.

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