If you’ve got old pipes in your building, then clogged drains can be a frequent nuisance. You may even be a master plunger of clogged sinks or toilets or be quite skilled with a drain snake. Perhaps you prefer to take a chemical route and use vinegar or store-bought drain unclogging solutions on your problematic drains.
No matter your personal approach to the problem, nobody likes dealing with a clogged drain. After all, you have more important things to do with your time than worry about making a drain do its one job. The clogged drain itself is rarely the only problem you have to deal with. A clogged sink can mean wet floors or dishes that are now covered with an oily film, and a clogged toilet can mean nasty overflows that are not only disgusting, but also a health hazard.
A clogged drain usually occurs as a result of solid matter going down the drain with the water. Dirt and bits of skin from people washing their hands can clog bathroom sinks and bits of food and grease are often to blame for clogged kitchen sinks. Even if you are very practiced at unclogging drains, a drain that frequently clogs is an indication that your methods are only fixing the symptoms of the clog, not the source.
Professional plumbers have skills and tools that are not available to other people. At Stuart’s Plumbing, we have the latest drain cleaning technology, and often when others say that a clogged drain cannot be fixed, we are able to fix it. If you have a clogged drain, especially one that is a frequent problem, call us today so we can address the source of the issue and leave you with a drain that works.