You may have noticed that your sinks and drains have been very slow to disperse with the water. It could be the kitchen or bathroom sinks or even the shower drain. The first thin you think of is to maybe check and see if anything is immediately stuck, you try sticking a wire hanger down the drains but you come up empty handed. Your next step would be to use a plunger, yes a plunger, they are not just for unclogged a toilet. Place the plunger over the drain and plunge like you would a toilet. If there is water in the sink, you should see the water drain after a few tries. This is not a guarantee that this will cure your problem but there is a good chance it might.
Well, if it does not work then your next step would be to get some Liquid Plummer or Drano. Try these methods and follow the directions. You can try repeatedly because there are some clogs that are more stubborn than others. So now, after that process does not work, you need to call a plumber. This is the last resort, you may try on last ditch effort and call a family friend or family member to take a look at it and when you exhaust that activity you just have to break down and call a plumber.
Calling a plumber means you have to spend some money to get the problem cleared up, unless you are renting an apartment or a home then it falls to the landlord to correct the problem but sometimes they do not respond right away and you need to call a plumber and reduce the next month’s rent.
If calling a plumber is your last resort then at least you will know it will clear up the problem. If the problem has occurred at night and you feel you can wait for the next morning, you can save your self the emergency call fee but the plumber still must be called. Call a reputable licensed plumber with a low service all rate if money is an object. Call around see who is cheaper and who can get there the quickest. Plumbing is a necessity in your home, just because it doesn’t fail everyday, you really don’t think about how important it really is. But when it goes down so does your home. More information on this website