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The plumbing is a giant machine running through the whole house. It has a variety of components to it, including pipes, faucets, sinks, and more. The drains in your home are significant. When they work, you aren’t likely to notice it. However, your pipes also take on a lot of abuse. They handle many things, such as hair, food, oil, hygiene products, and more. When the drains fail, you end up with clogged drains that can cause bad odors and inconvenience the household.
24H Plumbing Pros can help you and offers a variety of solutions to help you unclog the drains. We repair the issue and help you find ways to prevent it from happening again. Let us dive further into the issue of clogged drains to find out what they are, what causes them, and more.
There are many signs that your drains are clogged. These can include:
When it comes to the cause of your clogged drains, there are quite a few common ones. These include:
It’s also important to understand that a nearby storm drain can also cause issues within the home. While it might not clog the drains of your house, it can cause street flooding. If the water gets close to the home, it might come in through the basement.
The storm drain is essential to keep the drainage system of your city running smoothly. However, this means keeping them free of clogs. To do that, make sure there is no mulch, fallen leaves, trash, and other debris around the storm drain.
Many homeowners think the best way to clear clogged drains is to use a drain cleaner. These are often full of chemicals. Not only are they dangerous if you breathe them in or expose the skin to them, but they are also damaging to the pipes.
Since a drain cleaner isn’t the best thing to use, you should call a professional plumber. We have a variety of tools to help unclog your drains. Plus, we can help advise you on the best ways to prevent future clogs from forming.
Some homeowners think that they can buy an auger or eel and do the work themselves. It is possible, but it is often difficult to do yourself. Plus, you could end up doing more damage to the pipes and home without realizing it.
We serve a variety of locations throughout the US. Some of them include:
Therefore, it is best to call us and let us come to your home. We can assess your situation and find the best solution to repair the problem. Don’t hesitate to call anytime; we are available 24/7 to help!
What can I pour down a drain to unclog it?
Coca Cola, vinegar/baking soda, and boiling water can all help to unclog drains. Often, though, it’s best to call a plumber for help.
Will bleach unclog a drain?
No, bleach can sanitize the drains but won’t help with a clog.
Can hydrogen peroxide unclog a drain?
Yes, you can use a cup of hydrogen peroxide with about a tablespoon of baking soda to break up mild clogs.
Does salt and boiling water unclog drains?
Yes, pour a couple of cups of boiling water down the drain and then pour about two tablespoons of some Epsom salt down there, as well as more boiling water.