Slow drains? Clogged pipes? Seeing backups in your sink?
Clogged drains are a nuisance at best and a liability at worse! If you’re noticing less efficient draining, wastewater backup, or seeing other signs of a problem, call National Water today! We don’t hesitate when it comes to drain cleaning and clogged drains in Maryland – we work to get you on our schedule ASAP so you never need to worry.
Professional drain unclogging is a fast, efficient way to stop the backup of wastewater in your pipes. Leaving clogged drains alone and not doing proper drain maintenance can lead to several issues, the worst of which becomes a full leak, water damage, and even the growth of mold in hidden spots.
Homeowners who don’t schedule regular drain cleanings can encounter entire plumbing replacements or expensive repairs. Foul odors, ineffective draining, and more can all be signs you’re experiencing a clogged drain. Listen for gurgling or other signs of air trapped in the pipes – call for an inspection if you’re worried about your plumbing.
If you’re wondering what National Water drain unclogging can do for you, check out what happens if you don’t invest in regular professional drain maintenance:
Worried about clogged drains? Looking to prevent future emergency drain unclogging services from your local plumber? During our drain unclogging plumbing service, we’ll help discuss and breakdown what’s the cause of your clogged drains specifically to help prevent future emergency drain cleaning services.
In the meantime, be mindful of what you’re disposing where and how to protect your drains. Here are the most common causes we are called for drain cleaning – consult with our Maryland plumbers to get solutions to reduce clogs and find out how you can pay less for yearly drain cleaning maintenance services to protect your plumbing.
Some clogged drains have simple fixes and are not a hassle for homeowners to tackle. However, some clogged drains require professional drain cleaning services – large clogs, clogs deep in the pipes, tree roots, and more all require specialzied tools to ensure you get the entire clog and don’t damage the plumbing.
Here’s what National Water Maryland Plumbers can do for you and your drain cleaning.
Avoid putting food waste, grease, and non-degradable items down the drain. Clean sinks of hair or other particles. Always check toys, jewerly, or hair items and retrieve immediately. Schedule regular cleaning maintenance to avoid tree roots or other unseen clog.
While chemical drain cleaners can be effective in unclogging drains, they can also damage your pipes and harm the environment. It’s best to avoid using chemical drain cleaners and opt for safer and more effective methods such as using a plunger or calling a professional plumber for rooter services.
It’s a good idea to have your drains cleaned annually as part of regular home maintenance. If you have frequent clogs or live in an older home with older pipes, you may need more frequent cleaning – your local plumber can recommend the best schedule.
We use various methods to clean drains, including hydro jetting, snaking, and drain auguring. These methods involve using specialized tools and equipment to remove clogs and debris from pipes that help expedite the process and do so thoroughly.
DIY methods such as using a plunger or a drain snake can be effective in unclogging drains, but they may not be effective for severe clogs. Attempting to unclog a drain on your own can cause further damage to your plumbing system if done incorrectly.
The cost of drain cleaning services varies depending on the severity of the clog, the location of the clog, and the plumbing company you choose. Generally, you can expect to pay anywhere from $100 to $500 for drain cleaning services. We can provide a personalized quote if you call us today.
If you have foul odors emitting from your drains or around your sink, yes, drain cleaning from professional plumbers can clean unseen, large clogs that may be causing wastewater and sewage backup.
Yes, clogged drains can create a breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and mildew, which can cause health problems such as respiratory issues and allergic reactions due to bacteria growth.
If you have a severe clog or blockage in your drain, it’s best to call a professional plumber immediately. Attempting to address severe clogs on your own can cause further damage and should be avoided. Stop using the pipes as much as possible to avoid further damage.