Plumbers 911 | Clogged Drain
06 Jul

Cleaning out disgusting drains

A clogged drain can be a gruesome process to clean. Congested drains disrupt your daily activities, create unpleasant odors, and even lead to potential water damage if left unattended. Let’s explore the causes of drain clogs, effective prevention methods, and practical solutions for clearing them. 

Don’t want to deal with the disgusting mess and hassle of unclogging a drain yourself? Call the professional plumbers affiliated with Plumbers 911, trained to efficiently handle the situation without further damaging your pipes and leaving your hands squeaky clean. 

How did your drain clog?

There are many reasons why a drain might clog. Among the most common is the accumulation of debris in your drain after an extended period of time. Various substances could find a way into your drain and lead to a clogged drain, an obstruction to the piping system, horrendous long-lasting odors, and an unsanitary mess in your kitchen or bathroom.

Food scraps, hair, soap residue, and grease are commonly found in a household’s clogged drain.

Drain clogs are common but could destroy your piping system if not quickly handled. Get connected with highly-trained contractors referred by Plumbers 911 to release this hassle into someone else’s hands. 

Home drain fix solutions

Grab that plunger and slap your gloves on, it’s time to tackle that nasty drain. If you are unclogging a sink, be sure to use a new plunger. Using the same plunger you use to unclog your toilet will contaminate your kitchen space. 

If there are two sinks in your kitchen, plug up the unclogged side of your sink to create a strong suction for the plunger. Next, place the plunger straight down over the clogged drain and push the plunger up and down firmly. Throw away the debris extracted from the drain and run water to ensure the drain is clear. 

What if the plunger doesn’t work? Likely, the plunger was ineffective because the clog was either too solid to be forced free or too far down in the drain to be pulled out by suctioning. 

Heftier drain clogs that a plunger can not fix can be a result of built-up hair in your bathroom drainage systems or a significant accumulation of food in the kitchen sink. Either way, it can be a ghastly task to take on. The plumbers affiliated with Plumbers 911 are trained to clean out your drains in minutes. Leave it to the professionals, and get that dreadful drain cleaned. 

Call Plumbers 911 to clean that drain so you don’t have to

Contractors referred by Plumbers 911 undergo an extensive training process that teaches them how to unclog your horrific drain without further damaging it and how to prevent future household drainage problems. 

A clogged drain is a headache in your everyday living environment and an even bigger hassle to clean. Call the professionally trained plumbers affiliated with Plumbers 911 to get rid of the disgusting bacteria congesting your pipe system and return to using the essential appliances in your home.

To all our friends and customers regarding COVID-19

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