Even the most careful household members pour small amounts of grease down the drain when rinsing dishes. This, combined with bits of food and soap, can accumulate in kitchen pipes, causing the drain to run slow.
At Joe Plumber, we discourage the use of chemical drain cleaners. Everything that is put down the drain eventually ends up back in our water supply. To safely address clogged drains, we recommend using environmentally friendly natural enzymes to clean your drains.
Bathroom drains can become clogged with hair, soap, toothpaste or debris. If water isn’t flowing through your drain as it should, or if it seems to be creating a “puddle” at the drain, it is beginning to clog, and eventually, will be completely blocked. Schedule an appointment with a plumbing technician right away before this annoyance becomes a real problem.
Toilet drains can sometimes become clogged with toilet paper or foreign objects. When you are unsure what may have caused your toilet stoppage, contact us for quick service. Our experts in drain cleaning are always ready to fix your clogged drains.
Main Line Stoppages
All drains lead to the main line. The main line travels from the home to the city sewer line or a septic tank. A combination of wastes from the laundry, bathrooms and kitchen can create a clog in the main line. Frequently, tree roots can grow into the line, making the line even more susceptible to clogs.
A main line clog will affect all the drains in the home, causing a backup of waste if left unattended.
Here at Joe Plumber, we have several machines at our disposal to deal with clogs, from an auger all the way up to a jetter machine capable of cutting small roots with a powerful stream of water. And if you have broken pipes due to root problems, or any other reason, we can perform a sewer line repair or replacement. Call Joe Plumber today if you have drain problems – we’ll send our experts in drain cleaning to your Texas home.