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Drain & Sewer
Drain & Sewer Cleaning & Repair
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Your Remedy For Slow-Draining or Standing-Water Clogs
It’s frustrating when your sink drain or shower drain doesn’t do what it’s supposed to—and a clogged toilet is downright disruptive. Our professional drain clearing service will restore your drains to top working order, while helping to prevent future clogs. We offer residential and commercial drain clearing, including emergency services to prevent your blocked drain from causing flooding and water damage.
Why Won’t My Drain Work?
Drain clogs happen for any number of reasons. In the bathroom, sink and bathtub drains are often clogged with hair, grime, and soap buildup. Kitchen drains become clogged over time with grease and fat, as well as soap and detergent buildup. This gradual accumulation can lead to slow or non-operational drains. Clogged toilets may be due to toilet paper overload, or an object that’s fallen or been dropped into the toilet. Finally, floor drains and downspout drains may be clogged with debris.
What causes sewers to go bad?
A number of actions can lead to a sewage system failing, including clogged or damaged pipes. In many cases, a sewer line replacement is necessary to bring the system back up to safe operating standards.
These actions are generally harmful to sewage lines:
- Flushing oils and grease down the drain: As this liquid moves through the pipes and cools, it hardens, clinging to the sides of the pipe walls and causing the pipe’s circumference to narrow. Eventually, layer upon layer of hardened grease grows and forms a blockage.
- Tree-root growth: It may not seem likely, but it’s common for tree roots to force their way through pipes, which creates tiny fracturelike punctures. Once the roots grow through the pipe, they wreak havoc and cause waste passing through to get caught on the roots. Both components create clogs. Eventually, the roots cause the pipe to separate and crack. When this happens, a costly replacement job is necessary.
- Faulty plumbing connections: Storm water can back up into the sewage system via faulty plumbing connections such as sump pumps or floor drains that join the sewage lines.
We’ll Get You Flowing Again
Rely on Delta Plumbing for all your drain clearing needs. We’ll diagnose and repair your drain problems, and perform a thorough clearing to remove buildup and ensure smooth water passage. Give us a call to get un-stuck.
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