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Some Signs of a Clogged Drain
- Slow draining water: A clear sign of a clogged drain is when water takes longer than usual to drain from sinks, bathtubs, or showers. This indicates a blockage in the pipes, restricting water flow.
- Unpleasant odors: Foul smells emanating from drains are often caused by trapped food, grease, or other debris. As these substances decompose, they release unpleasant odors, signaling a possible clog.
- Gurgling noises: Hearing strange gurgling sounds from your drains, especially when running water or after flushing the toilet, can indicate a blockage. The noise is caused by trapped air bubbles trying to escape through the clog.
- Frequent backups: If you experience recurrent backups in your sinks, toilets, or other fixtures, it’s likely that there’s a clog in your drainage system. This could be due to a buildup of debris or a more serious issue such as tree root intrusion.
- Multiple fixtures affected: When more than one fixture (e.g., sink, toilet, bathtub) exhibits signs of slow draining or other issues, it could indicate a clog in the main sewer line, which requires immediate attention from a professional plumber.
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If the sewer drains clog with gray matter and black water, they will cause major issues in your home. We can unclog the blockage to ensure the sewer drains effectively eliminate waste.
Don’t let your drain system slow down due to plumbing issues. Our plumbers can handle the simplest to the most complex tasks for cleaning drains. We aim to offer inclusive sewer cleaning services to cover all your plumbing needs. We rely on advanced tools and modern technological approaches to restore the plumbing system.
Grease, soap, grime, oils, and foods can get into your kitchen drains and clog the system. We have the expertise to clean the kitchen pipes to remove the buildup. Our plumbers utilize innovative techniques and equipment to eliminate unwanted blockage when cleaning drains.
Utility Room Drains
Is your utility room clogging with dirt, soil, debris, and such filth? Do you experience drainage issues in your basement? Don’t let the buildup cause flooding, potentially damaging your property and making the living area uncomfortable. We offer residential plumbing services to unclog your utility room drains.
When washroom items like soap, grease, toothpaste, tissue, toilet paper, and grime accumulate in the bathroom drains, they may cause blockage. Hairs and bathroom products can also cause plumbing problems over time. Our licensed plumbers can handle all bathroom drain issues to keep your drainage safe.
Benefits Of Regular Drain Cleaning
You don’t have to wait until you’re face to face with a clogged drain to call our team. Our comprehensive plumbing services include professional drain cleaning that comes with the following benefits.
- Reduces the chance of future clogs
- Eliminates unpleasant odors, mold, and mildew
- Improves water quality for better health
- Saves you money on plumbing repairs
- Lowers the risk of unexpected flooding
- Extends the lifetime of your pipes
- Improves drainage rate
Even if you’re not currently experiencing drain problems, it’s a good idea to schedule a professional drain cleaning if it’s been more than a year since your last one.
How To Avoid Clogged Drains
Sometimes the best care you can provide for your plumbing is preventative care. To help prevent clogs from forming in the first place, we recommend refraining from flushing or pouring any of these items down your drains:
- Coffee grounds
- Butter, oil, or grease
- Fruit skin
- Produce stickers
- Household cleaners
- Kitty litter
- Paper towels or napkins
- Sanitary products, including wipes
- Cotton balls
Preventative Steps We Recommend
In addition to watching what you put down your drains, there are a couple more simple preventative steps you can take to stop clogs from forming.
If your kitchen sink doesn’t have a garbage disposal, we recommend having one installed. If you already have one installed, it’s important to avoid overloading it and to have repairs performed, as needed, to keep it in working order.
Additionally, it’s a good idea to install hair catchers on your shower drains. This prevents hair from clumping together deep within your pipes and backing up your entire system. With hair catchers installed, it’s much easier to remove hair from your shower drains when they start to slow down.
It’s important to remember it’s never too late to start taking better care of your pipes. So even if you’ve neglected them for years, you can take these steps to prolong the lifespan of your pipes and plumbing fixtures.
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