Unclogging Drains & Toilets
Few things are more frustrating and disrupting than having a clogged drain. Your sink or toilet drain can get blocked easily and if not fixed in time, it can elevate the problems and can even cause overflow of water.
Clogged drains are usually the result of a foreign object or debris getting stuck in a drainpipe, or built-up residue that chokes off the flow. The first warning sign that your drains need attention is slow drainage. As soon as drainage is slowed, it’s important to call out a professional with the correct equipment and know-how. If the slow drainage isn’t rectified quickly, drain water can begin to back up and overflow into your living space.
Whether it’s in the kitchen or bathroom, our technicians will diagnose the problem and advise you of your best option. We will get your drain flowing again.
A poor flush means that your toilet drain is partially or completely plugged. Most clogged toilets are what are known as “slow drainers.” That is, flush water partially fills the bowl but doesn’t rush out and clean away the waste.
So what do you do? Your first call of action is to reach for the toilet plunger. If you cannot unclog the toilet with the plunger, then Google “How to unclog a toilet”. You will watch different videos and try to replicate their results and after several repeated futile efforts you will call in a professional