Fact or Fiction: Can Snakes Really Crawl Up The Toilet?
As a San Diego plumbing company for more than 30 years, we know that there are numerous urban legends involving toilets and plumbing. Everyone has heard the “alligators in the sewer” story. But, there are also tales of small animals, including snakes, crawling up into toilets. Toads and mice can sometimes find their way there, but should homeowners worry about snakes as well? The bad news is that there have been cases where snakes have slithered their way into toilets. The good news, however, is that these cases are extremely rare. But, it is possible for a snake to enter a deteriorated sewer system, so it definitely pays to make sure that your plumbing lines have regular maintenance.
We are here to help! We have three decades of experience assisting local residents with all their plumbing needs. So, whether you are in need of routine maintenance, a major repair or a brand new installation, our San Diego plumbing company can get the job done quickly and efficiently. Plus, we know that plumbing issues can often occur outside of regular business hours. That’s why we are here every day and night to serve you; including weekends and holidays. And Bill Howe guarantees all of our parts and labor, so you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you will be completely satisfied with a job well done the first time.
So, if a snake or any other pest enters your plumbing system, our San Diego plumbing company can help diagnose and fix the issue. An expert San Diego plumber from Bill Howe will make sure that pests will be blocked from reaching your toilet in the future.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with a San Diego plumber from Bill Howe, please contact us at 1-800-Bill-Howe (1-800-245-5469). We promise you will be glad you did!