Why Hire a Pro For Clogged Drain Repair?
Clogged drains and toilets come with the territory of owning a home, and most homeowners attempt to fix them with plungers, drain cleaners, or other home remedies.
However, there are many reasons to consider hiring a pro to clean your drains.
Home Remedies Don’t Always Work
Although some people swear by them, most home remedies like hot water and vinegar don’t work because they don’t go deep enough in the system to remove stubborn clogs.
Chemical Drain Cleaners Are Harmful
The go-to solution for unclogging drains for many people is chemical drain cleaners. However, these products are proven to damage certain plumbing materials.
Plumbers Have More Advanced Tools
Besides a plunger and a limited toolbox, most people don’t have access to the plumbers’ advanced plumbing tools. Tools like augers, drain snakes, endoscopic cameras, water jets, and more.
Pros Are Better At Diagnosing Clogs
Every clog is different, and you can waste a lot of time fixing it if you don’t know what’s causing it. Professional plumbers have the experience to quickly diagnose the location and cause of clogs to solve the problem faster.
The next time you have a stubborn clog, call the experts at Grand Canyon Home Services for safe, effective drain cleaning.
4 Signs You Have A Clogged Sewer
The sewer line affects your entire plumbing system, and a significant clog can wreak havoc throughout your house. However, clogs in your plumbing are sometimes challenging to pinpoint.
Here are the top four signs your sewer line might be clogged.
Water Backing Up in the Toilet or Sink
If you have water backing up in the toilet or sink or hear gurgling noises coming from the drain at multiple locations throughout the house, it could be a clog in the sewer line.
Do you find that you’re standing in a pool of water taking a shower? Does your kitchen sink take longer to empty than before? Slow drains throughout the house usually mean you have a blockage in the main sewer line.
If you smell sewer odor coming out from the drains, in the basement, or around your property, you may have a clog or crack in your main sewer line.
Water Pooling In The Yard
Standing water in the yard could mean you have a blockage in your sewer line; this is often accompanied by foul sewer odors.
Because sewer lines are buried, you need a professional to diagnose and repair problems.
When you need help now, our emergency plumbing services are there to save the day!