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Drain Cleaning

What is the number one most frequent and annoying of plumbing problems? If we held this to a vote, we’d wager that “drain clogs” would be the clear winner. Almost everyone has encountered slow and clogged drains in their kitchens or bathrooms before, and there seems to be almost no way to prevent them. There are a number of ways to fix them, but not every clog will succumb to the same treatment.

To eliminate the guesswork around clogs—and to help eliminate them both now and in the future—you need to have professional drain repair from licensed plumbers. If you make professional drain cleaning a regular part of maintaining your plumbing, you should have few issues with clogs in the future. And if you do run into a blocked drain, our blocked drain repair experts can easily get rid of the problem.

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How to Deal with a Clogged Drain

When a drain clogs in your home, what is the first thing you do? If it’s to reach for a sink plunger, you are on the right track. For some basic clogs, a plunger will clear out the blockage and let the drain go back to doing its job again. But if your first instinct is to find liquid drain cleaner, then you need to reconsider. These bottles of caustic chemicals are potentially hazardous for your plumbing, are acidic and toxic, and won’t actually “clean” your drains in the real sense, but instead leave behind most of the debris that caused the problem in the first place.

So if that sink plunger won’t reopen your drain, the next step is to contact professional plumbers to clean out the clog. Plumbers use a variety of tools and know the best thing to use to clean clogged drains, such as motorized drain augers and hydro–jetters. These tools will ensure a thoroughly cleansed drain without any damage done to the drainpipe.

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