Among the many installation problems that plague homeowners, clogged gutters are considered the most annoying of all.
Because the taps and drains are always in use – every time you wash the dishes or wash your hair, debris falls into the drain, causing a buildup that over time grows largely out of control, causing water to stop running down the drain.
A clogged drain is usually caused not only by a build-up of food scraps and other foreign objects, but also lots of other things that you wouldn't normally expect clogged up.
Trees and leaves can cause clogged drains, especially because trees can shed their leaves and form large roots that are attracted to nearby sources of water or moisture.
These roots tend to wrap tightly around your pipe and fit into the available cracks and crevices, thus not only causing clogged ducts, but can also cause cracks in your pipes, creating bigger problems.
As you know, fat and fat builds up in your ducts faster than you can call "clogged up". Whenever you throw any type of liquid, make sure you don't pour it down the drain.
Also, consider not washing your hair in the sink, as hair tends to get stuck in the drain pipe. Try not to flush toilet paper and diapers down the toilet as they will not break into small pieces and will only get stuck on the U curve.
In addition to accidentally flushing or dumping a foreign object down the drain, you may want to check the pipes to make sure they are plugged in properly or if you have a broken pipe.