Drain Cleaning / Clearing / Scoping
SERVING METRO DETROIT
Your Source for Drain Cleaning and Sewer Scoping in Southeastern Michigan
Does your kitchen or bathroom sink take forever to drain? Is your bathtub or shower drain sluggish? Does water often back up in your sink when you run the dishwasher?
A slow or clogged drain may seem like a DIY project you can solve with a plunger — however, drain clogs can signal more serious plumbing problems in the making. Additionally, backups can cause unpleasant odors and encourage unhealthy bacterial growth, which can leave an awful mess. The good news is that our licensed plumbers have seen it all
when it comes to drains — and offers regular cleaning and inspections to keep your plumbing system trouble-free.
To schedule an appointment, call our office at (248) 548-7488 or fill out our form below to learn more about our services.
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Regular Drain Maintenance Keeps Your Plumbing System Unclogged & Healthy
Professional drain cleaning is a crucial preventive measure that can help you save thousands of dollars and extend the life of your plumbing system.
Prevent clogs, backups, and other plumbing emergencies: Regular drain cleaning prevents grime buildup in your pipes, which helps reduce clogs, leaks, foul smells, and water pressure issues. Prev
Prolong your drain’s lifespan: Buildup resulting from clogs can cause leaks and even burst pipes. Drain cleaning significantly decreases the likelihood of clogs, thus improving the durability of your entire plumbing system. In addition, regular inspections can catch issues early before they turn into expensive repairs.
Eliminate sluggish drains and reduce odors: Professional drain cleaning removes clogs that can slow down your pipes and give off unpleasant smells.
Warning Signs of Clogged Drains
Whether it’s the kitchen or bathroom, sometimes your drains just won’t cooperate. Here are a few common problems that signal it is time to call in a plumber:
Flushing water in your sink, tub, or shower takes longer than usual.
You have a toilet that isn’t flushing properly.
If you try to run your garbage disposal and water backs up in the sink,
Food particles, hair, tree roots, and soap build-up.
If your drains make frequent noises or give off strong odors.
How To Prevent Future Drain Problems
In addition to regular cleaning and inspection, there are several preventative steps you can take to avoid clogs, limit backups, and extend the life of your drains.
Don’t overload your sink with food scraps. Even if you have a modern garbage disposal, hard food items such as bones should be thrown in the trash instead of down your sink.
Never throw meat fat or grease down your sink.
Use drain screens when taking a shower. One of the biggest causes of clogs in bathrooms is accumulated hair.
Invest in a plumbing snake and quality plunger. In cases where you don’t have a severe blockage, you can probably clear the problem on your own.
Make a point of cleaning your drains regularly. You can do it every week by pouring baking soda and hot water down your pipes.
Bio-Clean, a product we supply, contains good bacteria and enzymes that eat hair, grease, and other solids. We advise you to put a tablespoon down your sink, tub, and shower once a month.
Root X Root Control is a yearly treatment we offer that is designed to eat any roots clogging your sewer line. It also creates a barrier that will prevent problems from recurring in the future.
Sewer Scope Inspection:
What It Is and Why You Might Need One
A sewer scope inspection uses a video attached to a snake-like cable to examine the home's or Business's sewer line. This privately owned pipeline leads from the house or building to the publicly owned main sewer line or septic tank. Sewer scope inspection can reveal damage to the pipes, blockages, and other problems. It also can spot potential problem areas before they develop into serious issues or hazards. After the inspection, clients will receive a report with findings and recommendations. This allows homeowners, buyers, and sellers to act before extensive damage, health issues, or expensive repairs. Contact us today at (248) 548-7488 to schedule an inspection.
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