House Trap Replacement

Seal the Deal for Safety

Do you smell rotten eggs in your home? If so, you’re facing a foul situation—literally. That’s because this odor is a clear indication sewage gases are flowing into your home instead of out of it.

However, when you turn to Ray The Plumber, we’ll get your safety back on track in no time. Not only can you count on us to respond to your call quickly, but our professionals will replace your house trap at lightning speed, too. This, in turn, prevents your safety from being left high and dry.

Let’s Air Out How This Device Operates

A house trap (also known as a “p-trap”) is a home comfort necessity. That’s because this device prevents sewer gas from re-entering your home.

Here’s how it works:

Shaped like a “U” in your plumbing line, a house trap catches water in its curved pipe. While in the trap, this retained water creates a seal, which, in turn, blocks gases from drifting back into your home.

In other words, the “trap” part of the term is literal: Sewer odors become “trapped” in your plumbing system, incapable of invading your living spaces.

If the Well Runs Dry, Watch Out!

A sewer system doesn’t just keep your home clean. It keeps your family safe from contagious diseases that are carried through wastewater and raw sewage, too. So, keeping your safety flowing in the right direction means ensuring there’s always water in your house trap.

If this water dries up, your safety could be at risk. That’s because there’s nothing stopping noxious gases, rodents, insects and raw sewage from entering your home. If it isn’t functioning properly, your house trap needs to be fixed or replaced immediately.

If you notice any of the following signs, contact Ray The Plumber for help right away:

  • Sewer odors in your living area
  • Multiple plumbing fixtures out of order
  • Frequent toilet backups
  • Drains leaving standing water
  • Backflow or flooding in your basement

Keep Your Safety Perpetually Flowing

At Ray The Plumber, your safety is our top priority. So, if you think sewage gas is leaking into your home, don’t delay! Call us at 1.877.CALL.RAY right away!

As always, if you have any questions, comments or concerns, feel free to fill out our online form today!