Category Archives: Drain Maintainer

How to Eliminate Drain Odors and Sewer Smells

Preventing sewer smell, sanitary sump pit

So you’ve got sewer smells emanating from somewhere in your business’ location. These awful smells, like many others, are bad for business, especially if you’re in the restaurant industry. A bad smelling restaurant can mean that customers will lose their appetites and by extension, you’ll lose business. However, awful smells are bad for any business in general, so are there any ways we can eliminate and possibly prevent those odors? Yes, there are, but let’s explore why we get those odors first.

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The best bars deserve the best drain treatment

Bar beer tappingSo it seems that your business has a clogged drain. At first, it doesn’t seem like that big of a deal, but then the odors start to stink up your place of business. While stinky odors are bad for any industry, the worst place you could possibly find them is in a bar. People wanting to eat or drink in your place of business will smell those awful smells, turn around and walk right out. So is there any easy way to fix your slow running or clogged drains and return your business to the sweet smelling place it deserves to be? Yes, of course there is and we’re going to show you how. Continue reading The best bars deserve the best drain treatment

Stop smelly sewer gas odors caused by dried out p-traps in unattended floor drains

A drain p-trap with a seal primerSo your place of business  or your basement is starting to get a bad sewer gas smell. That place you hardly ever use, the one with the floor drain, is starting to really reek. But what could be causing this awful smell? Do you need a plumber to come check it out? Or is there a way you could solve this putrid smell problem yourself, like the strong willed business or homeowner owner you are? Well, let’s dive in to the world of dry traps and floor drains.

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