As dependable as a professionally installed modern plumbing system may be, the fact is that there are going to be problems with each and every plumbing system eventually. Some of them are quite serious, such as slab leaks or gas piping damages. Just because a problem may not seem like much an emergency, per se, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t deserve your prompt attention. It also doesn’t mean that you should be jumping into the fray yourself and trying to handle the resolution of that problem on your own, though.
We’ve seen our fair share of plumbing issues, as you can imagine. Among the most consistent and the most common, of course, is the clogged drain. While clogged drains may seem like little more than a mild inconvenience for some, they can actually lead to more serious problems with your plumbing system at large if left unchecked. If you have clogged drains in your home, we seriously recommend that you contact a member of our team to schedule professional drain cleaning services.
Professional Plumbers Have the Tools and The Experience
Okay, so a single drain or multiple drains throughout your home are clogged up. What do you do? Run out to the store and buy some harsh chemicals to dump down your drains? We hope not. Why? Because they are a short term band-aid to what is going to wind up being a long term problem.
When you pour these chemicals down your drain, chances are that they are going to work their way through a clog. But that’s just it — they work through the clog. A chemical drain cleaner is only going to need to break up enough of that clog for the drain cleaner itself to move through the drain. That is probably not going to result in a very thoroughly cleaned drain. They are also not very environmentally sound.
Professional plumbers may use drain openers to clear up a clog. They will have the right ones for the job, though, and they will not use them as a catch-all solution. With a professional plumber in Rancho Cucamonga, it’s not just a matter of having the right equipment, but the knowledge to determine what the right equipment actually is.
Another option common among DIY enthusiasts is the drain snake. Now, these augers may be more effective than drain cleaners, but that doesn’t mean that you can really count on them to get the job done, either. When you use an auger, there is a good chance that you’ll push it through a clog, leaving the remainder of that clog stuck to the walls of the pipe. This will result in a new clog developing before long. Plus, there may be clogs deep enough down that your drain snake just cannot reach them.
With our scour jet equipment, we can blast clogs out of your pipes using water. We can also use video camera pipe inspection equipment to peer within those pipes and determine if a thorough job was done. Let us know if you are ready to work with the professional plumbers here at The Sunny Plumber SoCal.
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