MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog : Archive for the ‘Drain and Sewer’ Category

What Happens When Drains Get Too Dirty?

Monday, November 19th, 2018

 

drain-cleaningDrain cleaning is the act of, well, cleaning your drains out. You might think this is unnecessary. After all, doesn’t water and soap run down the drains all the time? Shouldn’t the frequent flow of water help clean it out? Even if the drain does clog, what else is there to do but just have it unclogged?

The reason people ask these questions is that they haven’t realized just how dirty drains can get, nor do they know what a dirty drain can do. In this post, we’ll go over all the details.

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Is a Plumber Necessary for That Drain Clog?

Monday, November 20th, 2017

drain-water-drainingWe’re big fans of all the crafters, woodworkers, and general do-it-yourselfers out there. When you can look up a solution for a home problem and have it fixed relatively quickly, why call in a handyman to help?

We don’t typically encourage DIY work for large plumbing problems, but there are even some things that seem complicated you can handle yourself: resetting the garbage disposal, cleaning the aerator when there’s no water pressure, and even unclogging a drain. Some drain clogs have simple solutions, or at least a solution that does not require costly equipment or professional drain cleaning. But that doesn’t apply to all drain clogs. How do you know the difference?

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How a Drain Cleaning Specialist Takes Care of Tough Clogs

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Many homeowners turn to chemical drain cleaners when tough clogs leave them frustrated. If water pools up as soon as you step in the shower or if a kitchen drain clog won’t let you clear out a sink full of dishes, you may want a quick fix. But if a plunger does not resolve the issue, we recommend turning to the help of professional plumbers.

Experienced, licensed plumbers have the tools available to get the job done faster. And these are far more effective than chemical drain cleaners (which are not safe for your drains!).

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