Drain Clogs

  • Slow drains?
  • Roots in drain/sewer line?
  • Clogged kitchen sink drain?
  • Rotten odors?
  • Drain backup?
  • Unable to unclog your toilet?
  • Need a drain camera inspection?

Let our highly trained and certified plumbers clear drains by inspecting with digital cameras, unclogging pipes with drain snakes and high pressure hydro-jetters to clean out all stoppages! Call (866) 375–3569 today!

Our professional Drain cleaning services include:

  • Main Drain/Sewer lines – Clogs from all debris flushed into main line from all lateral lines in your residence or commercial business. Root intrusions, line offsets and bellies in the line will continue to cause backups occasionally until the imperfection is repaired.
  • Kitchen Drains – Become slow and eventually clogs due to the accumulation of grease, soaps, fats and detergent build up in the inner walls of the pipes.
  • Dishwasher Drains – Usually backs up due to accumulation of grease, soaps, oils, and small particles of foods in the inner drain hose from the air gap to the garbage disposer.
  • Bathroom Sink Drains – Become slow and clog over time due to hair, toothpaste, soaps, oils, and grime.
  • Tub & Shower Drains – Over time hair, soap, and body oils accumulate in the p-trap and pipe and cause a stoppage. There shouldn’t be any standing water while you shower, this is a sign that your drain will eventually completely clog.
  • Toilet Drains – Usually clogs due to toilet paper, paper towels and occasionally foreign objects such as toys, toothbrush, etc.
  • Laundry Drains – Become clog over time due to accumulation of soaps/detergent residue, lint, and even small pieces of fabrics.
  • Sink/Floor Drains – Although found more often on commercial kitchen applications, you will find these types of drain in home basements, patios, laundry rooms, etc. These drains are usually protected with a plastic or metal crate from any foreign material.
  • Downspout Drains – These pipes carry water from gutters and eventually get clog with leaves and other debris.

Our technicians use 100ft long drain snakes and the latest technology for digital camera and DVD recording.

We use a sound wave line locator to pin point blockages or breaks in the pipes.

We also provide routine maintenance with hydrojetting, and drain powders for yearly cleansing.

We have immediate response teams 24 hours a day 7 days a week, without overtime charges! Your emergency is in good hands!

Other related drain services include:

  • Drain/sewer line camera inspection and digital recording.
  • Drain and sewer line detection.
  • Drain and sewer hydro-jetting services.
  • Leak Detection.
  • Grease traps.
  • Eco friendly drain and sewer line treatments.
  • Repair, replacement or lining of lateral drain and sewer lines.

DRAIN CLOG GLOSSARY

Backwater valve – A device installed in a drainage system to prevent reverse flow.

Building drain – That part of the lowest piping of a drainage system which receives the discharge from soil, waste, and other drainage pipes inside the walls of the building and conveys it to the building sewer beginning 2′ outside the building. Building drain (storm) – A building drain which conveys storm water or other drainage, but no sewage.

Building sewer – That part of the horizontal piping of a drainage system which extends from the end of the building drain and which receives the discharge of the building drain and and conveys it to a public sewer, private sewer, individual sewer disposal system, or other point of disposal.

Cesspool – A lined excavation in the ground which receives the discharge of a drainage system or part thereof, so designed as to retain the organic matter and solids discharging therein, but permitting the liquids to seep through the bottom and sides.

Combination waste and vent system – A specially designed system of waste piping embodying the horizontal wet venting of one or more sinks or floor drains by means of a common waste and vent pipe, adequately sized to provide free movement of air above the flow line of the drain.

Domestic sewage – The liquid and water-borne wastes derived from the ordinary living processes, free from industrial waste, and of such character as to permit satisfactory disposal, without special treatment, into the public sewer or by means of a private sewage disposal system.

Drain – Any pipe which carries waste or waste-borne wastes in a building drainage system.

Drainage system – Includes all the piping within public or private premises, which conveys sewage or other liquid wastes to a legal point of disposal, but does not include the mains of a public sewage treatment or disposal plant.

Fixture drain – The drain from the trap of a fixture to the junction of that drain with any other drain pipe.

Grease interceptor – An interceptor of at least 750 gallon capacity to serve one or more fixtures and which shall be remotely located.

Grease trap – A device designed to retain grease from one to a maximum of four fixtures.

Indirect waste pipe – A pipe that does not connect directly with the drainage system but conveys liquid wastes by discharging into a plumbing fixture, interceptor, or receptacle which is directly connected to a drainage system.

Private sewage disposal system – A septic tank with the effluent discharging into a subsurface disposal field, into one or more seepage pits or into a combination of subsurface disposal field and seepage pit or such other facilities as may be permitted under the standard procedures within the code.

Private sewer – A building sewer which receives the discharge from more than one building drain and conveys it to a public sewer, private sewage disposal system, or other point of disposal.

Public sewer – A common sewer directly controlled by public authority.

Relief vent – A vent, the primary function of which is to provide circulation of air between drainage and vent systems or to act as an auxiliary vent on a specially designed system.

Roof drain – A drain installed to receive water collecting on the surface of a roof and to discharge it into a leader, downspout, or conductor.

Septic tank – A watertight receptacle which receives the discharge of a drainage system or part thereof, designed and constructed so as to retain solids, digest organic matter through a period of detention and allow the liquids to discharge into the soil outside the tank through a system of open joint piping or a seepage pit meeting the requirements of the code.

Sewage – Any liquid waste containing animal or vegetable matter in suspension or solution and may include liquids containing chemicals in solution.

Sewage ejector – A device for lifting sewage by entertaining it in a high-velocity jet of stream, air or water.

Sewage pump – A permanently installed mechanical device, other than an ejector, for removing sewage or liquid waste from a sump.

Storm sewer – A sewer used for conveying rainwater, surface water, condensate, cooling water, or similar liquid wastes.

Sump – An approved tank or pit which receives sewage or liquid waste and which is located below the normal grade of the gravity system and which must be emptied by mechanical means.