Drain Cleaning

Drain Cleaning

We understand as homeowners, we don’t always stay on top of keeping out drains clear from debris that can build up. Removing blockages or buildup from drains, pipes, and sewer systems is essential to keep drains and pipes clean to prevent clogs, backups, and damage to plumbing systems.

There are several methods for drain cleaning, including:

  1. Mechanical cleaning: This involves using a plumbing snake, also known as an auger, to physically remove the blockage. The snake is inserted into the drain or pipe, and it’s rotated to break up and remove the blockage.
  2. Hydro jetting: This method involves using high-pressure water to flush out the drain or pipe. Hydro jetting is typically used for larger and more stubborn blockages.
  3. Chemical cleaning: Chemical drain cleaners contain harsh chemicals that dissolve blockages. However, they can also damage pipes and should be used with caution.
  4. Enzyme-based cleaners: These cleaners use natural enzymes to break down organic material, such as hair and soap scum, which can cause blockages in drains and pipes.

It’s important to note that if you have a persistent blockage or clog, it’s best to call a professional plumber to avoid causing damage to your plumbing system.

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