Sink Trap Evaporation & Smells?

Answer So long as it drains quickly, you probably don't give your sink's drainpipe a second thought. If a bad smell starts drifting up from the drain, it's a warning that you need to perform routine maint... Read More »

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How deep is a sink trap?

A common-seal sink trap, also known as a P-trap, has a water depth of two to four inches. A deep-seal sink trap has a water depth of more than four inches.References:Contractor Referral: Contractor... Read More »

Bathroom Sink Smells Like Sulfur?

An unpleasant sulfur smell in your bathroom sink might mean damaged plumbing or clogs, which can pose health risks to you and your family. Often, the odor of sulfur or rotten eggs in your drain is ... Read More »

How to Install a Sink Trap in a Bathroom?

Sink traps (or p-traps) have a two-fold purpose: First, by holding water in its bend, it stops gasses from the sewer line entering your home through the bathroom sink. Secondly, if small items like... Read More »

How to Install a Bathroom Sink P-Trap?

A slow draining or blocked bathroom sink invariably is caused by a clogged P-trap. This U-shaped pipe under the sink is designed to prevent sewer gasses from backing up into the bathroom. A plunger... Read More »