Cleaning clogged drains
Clogged drains are a serious nuisance. From the bathroom to the kitchen, a clogged drain can slow you down, leave unwanted residue behind, and cause all sorts of other problems.
Your drains are the arteries of your home, when your drains are clean, water and waste flow freely. When clogged drains buildup, you may experience slow moving water, still water or regurgitating water in your tub or sinks. Lack of water pressure is another sign of a clogged drain. If you notice a strange smell in your drains, or a gurgling sound coming from the pipes, you may also need drain cleaning.
Signs of a Clogged Drain:
Water begins to back up out of a sink drain.
Pools of water form around shower drains.
Water drains very slowly after forming pools.
Toilet water bubbles when you run the sink.
Drains make gurgling sounds (most common after running washing machine/dishwasher)
Pools of water form on the floor close to the bathtub or a sink.
There is a smell of rotting food coming from the kitchen sink area.
Cleaning Clogged Drains
How to Avoid Clogged Drains
Unfortunately, neglected pipes can be lined with years of buildup, from rust and hair to grease and other harsh minerals. This buildup can cause dangerous corrosion, leaving your pipes damaged. Regular maintenance from J.C. Enriquez Plumbing professionals can save you serious money in the long run by preventing costly repairs or pipe replacements. Preventative maintenance helps homeowners avoid unwanted and frustrating clogs. This is the easiest way to keep your home plumbing system happy and healthy—and ultimately clog-free. That's why J.C. Enriquez Plumbing offers an affordable maintenance plan to ensure your pipes and drains are properly cleaned and maintained year-round.