The drainpipes in your home suffer use abuse on a regular basis - years of grease, hair, soap scum, and the occasional earring or small toy. Because of this constant abuse, you can expect that your plumbing pipes won’t drain like they did when they were new.
We can give you a way to get your pipes back to near-original capacity. Our hydrojetting service is a high-pressure cleaning process that:
Let our plumbers solve your drain cleaning, repair, replacement and installation problems.
If you looked around your house, you’d find a variety of different drains that need to be kept clean so that they function properly.
Kitchen drains. Grease, soap and food waste can stick to the insides of the drainpipe. Over time, this will cause your drains run more slowly as the pipe becomes more and more occluded and will eventually lead to a blockage.
Shower/bathtub drains. Water should drain immediately when you’re showering and in just a few minutes after a bath. If it’s draining slowly, your bathtub or shower trap and drainpipe is probably blocked with soap and hair.
Bathroom sink drains. Slow draining and blocking are often a result of hair, toothpaste, soap and grime building up over time.
Toilet drains. A blocked toilet is often caused by attempting to flush facial tissue, baby wipes or other products that don’t disintegrate the way toilet paper does. And if you have small children, you may have a toy or sock stuck in there!
Floor drains. Utility rooms, garages, terraces, drives and even older bathrooms may have a drain to carry away water and prevent flooding. Usually they are equipped with a trap that should be filled with water to prevent odours and sewer gas from escaping.
Main sewer lines. All your household drains lead into your main sewer line, which connects to a county sewer line or septic tank. Usually, the blocking is as a result of roots that whilst seeking water, grow through the line and block the drain.
If you would like to get more information on our drainage cleaning service or woud like to ask for a quote please call 01932 245 599, or send an online enquiry.