Has a drain in your home slowly progressed from working properly to draining slowly to completely clogged? Our technicians are equipped with the expertise and equipment to diagnose the problem and clear even the most difficult clogs. Join many other Utah County residents and use PPS for your plumbing and drain needs
Over time, the drains in your home can become clogged with dirt, thread, minerals, hair, soap, and many other substances that work their way through the pipes. Drains can progress from working properly to draining slowly to completely stopped up. Some of the most common problem areas are:
- Kitchen Drains: These drains often become clogged with soap scum, grease, and certain foods.
- Shower Drains: With use, these drains become clogged with hair and soap. You can prevent some of this buildup by placing a hair catcher over the drain and cleaning it after each shower.
- Toilet Drains: All kinds of items can plug or clog toilets and the pipes leading out of them. If the plunger isn’t doing the trick, it’s time to call a plumber.
- Inset Drains: You may have one of these in your garage, basement, or a utility room. Keeping these drains clear is important to ensure your home has adequate drainage.
If your drain issue is not too severe, you may be able to handle it on your own. However, if you have a particularly stubborn drain, it’s best to stop and call a professional. Some substances simply will not dissolve or clear with regular household supplies, a plunger, and a drain snake. In addition, using the wrong combination of household cleaning and drain cleaning products could set off a dangerous chemical reaction in your pipes, eroding the pipes and putting your health at risk.
Our plumbers will have your pipes running smoothly in no time, and we’ll do the job right. Call us today at (801) 794-3636 for up-front pricing on prompt and effective drain cleaning.