Clogged drain in kitchen & bath

Kitchen and Bath Drains

The drains in your kitchen and bathroom remove large quantities of water and waste from your home on a daily basis, silently taking away the day’s dirt and grime. These drains all connect to the sewer system so if they become clogged, they can shut down your entire plumbing system.

If that’s the case, don’t attempt to clean your drains yourself! You could end up causing more damage than you started with! Make the smart move and call the drain cleaning experts at Mr. Flush today!

The caustic chemicals in grocery store drain cleaners ruin the finish of the drains and may lead to more problems in the future. Hydro-jetting will clean the entire drain system and prevent further drain clogs from developing through normal use.

If you are experiencing the following, your drain is likely clogged:

  • Frequent need to plunge the toilet
  • Slow draining sink
  • Backup into the sink when the dishwasher is running
  • Water collecting in the tub during a shower
  • Non-flushing toilet
  • A sink that will not drain at all
  • Foul smell coming from the drain

Common Drain Clogs

Many items enter your drains through normal use and may become stuck to the walls of the drain, causing a buildup. And toilets always seem to invite children to toss in their toys. Common causes of clogs are:

  • Hair
  • Grease
  • Food
  • Soap scum
  • Sanitary items
  • Paper products
  • Toys

Drain Cleaning Features

The first step to removing a clog is the use of a drain snake, this tool help drain any standing water and allows us to have the proper access to the drains.
We will then use a drain camera to see the severity and make-up of the clog.
Next, we use hydro-jetting to clean the drains of our customers. This high-pressure water jet system can remove almost any item that may be clogging your drain and breaks it up in pieces small enough to wash through the sewer. Hydro-jetting is the only method that truly cleans both the clog and the buildup.

Let Our Experts Clean Your Drains

In addition to the drain cleaners sold at grocery and home improvement stores, there are some home remedies out there for keeping your drains cleaned, such as using a mixture of vinegar and baking soda. But for you avid DIY drain cleaning amateurs, you should know that methods like that are simply not as effective as hiring a professional to take care of your needs. And in fact, the cost of paying to have a professional clean your drains is nothing in comparison to having to pay for new piping to be installed because you decided to take the “cheaper” route.

Don’t let clogged kitchen and bath drains slow down your household. Call our drain cleaning experts and get your pipes running like new again today!