Drain Cleaning Repairs and Sewer Replacements
Have one or more clogged drains in your home?
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The drain in your kitchen is used to wash food waste, soap, and even grease into plumbing pipes, quickly leading to build up on the sides of the pipe and blockage that will cause water to drain out of a sink slowly or not at all.
The sinks in a bathroom are used to wash away soap, toothpaste, hair, and grime. This material can cause a blockage in plumbing pipes over time when it begins to accumulate. Hair buildup in the sink of a bathroom is the main reason for a clog. If your bathroom sink is draining slowly, then a plumber or a pot of boiling water can be used to clear the clog.
The accumulation of grease, soap, and hair can cause a clog in a shower or tub. If you notice that water is draining slowly from your tub after a bath, a clog may be present. Clogs often occur in the drain pipe or at the shower trap. Removing and cleaning the trap often restores function to the drain. This job is an easy task for a professional drain cleaning service.
Clogs in a toilet drain often occur because the material being flushed is not decomposing. Paper towels will not decompose and should not be flushed down the toilet. You should also not flush facial tissue or any type of baby wipes. The only flushable paper is toilet paper. Drain cleaning service may be needed for a toilet if a child flushes a toy or sock.
These drains are common in basements, garages, laundry rooms, and patios. Their purpose is to prevent flooding by draining excess water; however, if underground drains become blocked by roots or dirt, water can back up into your home. If you have large trees in your home, all underground drains should be cleaned every two to three years.