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Why Call on the Professional St. Petersburg Drain Cleaning Team At EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com?
Many homeowners, whether in a sink, tub or toilet, are familiar with using a plunger to clear a clogged drain. Some people even resort to pouring dangerous chemical drain cleaners down a clogged drain in hopes that will work. While the plunger may provide a temporary fix to the problem, we highly recommend against the use of chemical drain cleaners. These measures are very often insufficient for proper drain cleaning. Either the clogged drain remains or will re-clog in the future.
Calling on the experience of a licensed, local St. Petersburg plumber to diagnose and complete a thorough drain cleaning is the only way to ensure the proper function of the drain systems in your home. Call EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com @ 727-362-5500 for same day service to remedy the clogged drains in your home, or submit a plumbing service request and we will get back with you within 24 hours to schedule an appointment and we will accommodate your schedule. We have the experience, training and drain cleaning tools to make your drain problems go away fast and stay away!
Professional Drain Cleaning Methods
Drain Cabling, Drain Augering, Drain Snaking
Drain cabling, drain rootering, drain snaking, and drain augering are all common terms that simply refer to general drain cleaning. The most common method to fix a clogged drain is to mechanically clear it with a drain cleaning machine. Drain cleaning machines range in size based on the size of the pipe and type of clog. For smaller drains in tubs and bathroom sinks using the hand held drain auger can be an effective method for drain cleaning.
For bigger drains (kitchens, toilets and main sewer lines), cabling the line will clear the blockage, but is usually only a temporary solution. If there is a buildup of sludge, hair, grease, soap, organic matter and scale on the inside walls of the pipes the blockage will eventually return.
Drain Jetting or Hydro Jetting
Drain jetting and hydro jetting are terms you may have heard related to drain cleaning but they mean the same thing. Over time the inside walls of drain pipes become coated with grease, soap, sludge, organic matter, and scale. Drain jetting is the most effective method of restoring drain lines to the best possible condition. Drain jetting uses high pressure water (up to 4000 p.s.i.) to clean the inside walls of the drain line and remove scale and build-up from cast iron, PVC, clay, and orangeburg pipes. The high pressure and water volume provides a drain cleaning unattainable by cabling the drain line. For honest and affordable St. Petersburg drain cleaning services give EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com a call today!!