My besties and I recently moved to a southern state, plus so far, all of us entirely love it. The three of us both grew up in a cold, wintry region, so having warm weather plus humidity is a welcome change for us. Even better, the ocean is just a short drive away, so all of us can sit out on the beach plus swim in the waves any time we want! The only issue that all of us have with our new climate is that there are bugs everywhere. In fact, all of us recently found a few around our shower drain! Our home is legitimately clean and none of us ever leave food out, so I immediately started looking up reasons why there would be cockroaches in the bathroom sinks. As it turns out, pests are attracted to moisture, and leaky plumbing is a huge reason why cockroaches and other bugs would be hiding around sinks plus drains. We are new to the house, so we haven’t spent much time looking over the plumbing and making sure it was properly maintained. When we moved in, the realtor made it seem like of all the plumbing had just been updated, so we’d have no troubles. I have noticed that our shower faucet tends to drip for a few hours after the water is turned off, which seems to be the problem with the bugs. The last thing I want is to have cockroaches running around my tub and sink drains! You can bet that I was immediately on the phone with the home maintenance crew the next afternoon to schedule a plumbing update!