Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Drain Snaking - Hydro-Jetting - Descaling
Do you have slow drainage, gurgling sounds, foul odors, or sewage backups
into sinks, toilets, or other plumbing fixtures?
We've all stood in a few inches of water before, but if it's in your shower, you have a problem brewing!
If you've tried all of the home remedies and just want it over with, call us now!
Whether it is a damaged pipe, tree root interference, or just plain clogged pipes, NOTHING is as bad to deal with as stinky stuff coming back into your home.
Grease Trap Need a
Grease and drains are a no-no, but commercial establishments can't hide from the perils of grease accumulation from cooking.
When you have a grease trap at home or work, it requires regular cleaning to prevent backup into your sinks.
How Can You Tell If You Have a Sewer Line Backup!?
If you think you may have a clogged sewer line, don't use the water, and call us NOW!
We use the most appropriate and proven method to solve your clogged drain problem.
The best method for drain cleaning depends on the nature and severity of the clog, the type of pipe, and the location of the blockage. As professional plumbers, we can evaluate your situation and determine the most effective method for cleaning the drain, clearing the clog, and getting life back to normal.
One of the most traditional methods of drain cleaning, a drain snake, also known as an auger, is a flexible rod, often with a coiled end, that we use to dislodge clogs. The drain snake is pushed down the drain until it reaches the clog, then twisted to break up or retrieve the blockage. This method is usually effective for smaller clogs and blockages.
Using a high-pressure water jet, we clean the inside of the pipes. The force of the water can dislodge and remove stubborn clogs and buildup. Hydro jetting is effective at removing serious blockages, including tree roots, and can also clean the entire interior surface of the pipe. It's usually not the first choice for minor clogs, but it's often used for thorough pipe cleaning and maintenance.
Enzyme Drain Cleaners
Enzyme drain cleaners use biological enzymes or bacteria to break down the clog. These cleaners are environmentally friendly and safe for pipes, but they work more slowly than chemical drain cleaners. They are most effective against organic matter such as hair, grease, or food particles.
Chemical Drain Cleaners
These cleaners use chemicals to break down clogs. While they can be effective, they should be used with caution, as they can be harmful if they come into contact with skin or eyes. In addition, some chemical cleaners can damage certain types of pipes with frequent use.