Coeur d'Alene Clogged Drain Repair Services
The bad news: all drainage systems in your Coeur d'Alene home will age, develop build up and clogs eventually. Whether it’s your kitchen sink that’s full long after you have pulled out the stopper or you are up to your ankles in soapy water every time you take a shower, these things happen to every drainage system.
The good news is that Covenant Plumbing LLC is Coeur d'Alene’s first choice for effective and affordable drain repair services whenever a clog appears.
We understand how stressful it can be to have a home full of standing water. That is why we are committed to quick and effective fixes whenever your home’s drains are clogged no matter what your home’s plumbing situation is.Contact Covenant Plumbing LLC’s drain specialists today to find out how we can repair your clogged:
- Toilet drain
- Bathtub drain
- Kitchen sink drain
- Shower drain
- Floor drain
- Laundry drain
- Sewer line
Causes of Clogged Drains
The only surefire way to prevent clogged is simply to never use them. Of course, while this way of preventing clogged drains is effective, it is also impossible to achieve. Although that fix is impossible, knowing the most common causes of clogged drains can help prevent them in the future.
Most bathroom drains clogs are a result of dirt, skin flakes and especially hair binding to soap scum on the drain pipes. Over time, this potent mixture of gunk gets so large that it constricts the water’s flow.
Removing the drain stopper and cleaning it regularly can prevent hair and other unseemly, constricting debris from clogging the drain moving forward.
Is there nothing worse than trying to flush a toilet and noticing that there is no movement? By in large, clogged toilets are the result of residents trying to flush items that do no dissolve or break down in water like:
- Cotton swabs
- Dental floss
- Pre-moistened diaper wipes
Waste and paper are the only things you should be flushing down your toilet if you don’t want to deal with clogs in the future.
When cooking, oil and grease stick to drain pipe walls with soap scum and undissolved food particles, and water gets stuck sitting in the sink.
In the future, you should never get rid of grease and oil by dumping them down the drain. Instead, wait for it to solidify and then scrape it into the garbage.
Even if you follow this advice to a tee, your drains can still get clogged. If you are doing everything right and are constantly plagued with clogged or slow drains, the only thing you can do is call Covenant Plumbing LLC. When you do, we’ll arrange for an inspection. It could be that the drain line was not properly designed or installed. Whatever the issue, we can apply our years of experience to assess and diagnose the problem so that you no longer have to fret over clogs and blockages in your piping anymore.
If you have any questions, concerns or require immediate assistance, call Covenant Plumbing LLC today.