Juneau Drain Cleaning
Effectively Unclogging Drains since 2007
A blocked drain is more than just a nuisance — it could lead to damaged pipes or serious leaks. If you are dealing with a clogged drain, we suggest you call the team at All American Home Service immediately. Our caring and capable Juneau drain cleaning team can resolve your drain problem quickly and efficiently.
What Causes a Clogged Drain?
Clogs are caused by accumulated hair, food, toilet paper, toys, paper towels, or other bulky items. When these materials collect within your pipes, it blocks the water flow. Eventually, the water will back up and pool in your toilet bowl, shower pan, or sink.
Signs You Need Drain Cleaning
Your drains aren't something you think about on a daily basis. But, you should give your drains the attention they need before your home experiences a drainage clog at the most inconvenient time. Below are 3 signs to look for in order to avoid this frustrating situation.
Slow Draining -
Have you noticed that water in your drain, draining much slower? Check other aspects of your home that require water and drainage, washing machine, kitchen drain
Unusual Noises -
If you are noticing odd sounds coming from your drain, it's likely that the water has had to change course and push itself through small spaces. This would result in a gurgling or bubbling noise.
Odd Smells -
If your drains are not working properly, sewage and waster can end up building up in the pipes. As it gets hotter and sits their longer, the smell can make it's way through the pipes into your home. Call us immediately if you notice this.
Things You Should Never Flush Down The Toilet
In addition to “flushable” wipes, here are some other things you should never flush down the toilet.
- Baby wipes - Technically yes, but you shouldn’t. While you can flush them, baby wipes and other flushable wipes are going to cause clogs, if not in your drain pipe, then in the sewer line or at your municipal wastewater treatment plant. Many wipes simply do not disintegrate quickly enough to prevent clogs and backed-up sewer lines. Even though baby wipes, wet wipes, and cleaning wipes are often marketed as “flushable”, many of them are only flushable in the same way that a t-shirt or towel is flushable.
- Paper towels - After wiping up a mess in the bathroom, tossing a paper towel in the toilet might seem like an easy way to get rid of it. But consider those paper towel commercials that boast about how strong and absorbent their paper towels are. There are your top two reasons not to flush them!
- Feminine hygiene products - Would you believe there’s a good reason why public bathrooms often have signs telling you not to flush feminine hygiene products down the toilet? Tampons and pads are designed to be ultra-absorbent and they expand as they get wet. You don’t want them expanding in your drain pipe.
- Condoms - Condoms are what plumbers least like to pull out of the toilet drain. Latex prophylactics take years to degrade and even if they get through your drain pipe, they will cause issues in your city’s wastewater treatment system.
- Floss - Long strands of floss can wrap around other things, creating string balls that can create clogs by collecting more “solids.”
- Cotton swabs - Throw used cotton swabs in the garbage because if flushed they will get jammed in the drain pipe and then act like a little dam, blocking other things from continuing down the drain.
- Hair - When you pull those clumps of hair out of your brush, toss them in the trash, not in the toilet. Hair does not dissolve and will worsen any little blockage in the drain pipe.
- Too much toilet paper - The problem with thicker, multi-ply, plush toilet paper is that it does take a bit longer to dissolve. If you have to use a lot of it, flush a couple of times rather than sending it all down at once.
What to Do if You Already Flushed the Wrong Thing
If your drains are still good, count yourself lucky and stop flushing these things down the toilet. However, if it’s too late and you know you have flushed some of these things down your toilet, call a plumber if the toilet is not draining properly.
Call (907) 789-1800 for Expert Drain Cleaning Services in Juneau
If you are unable to unclog your drain on your own, give us a call. No job is too messy, and we provide prompt and professional services so that you can get your drains fixed fast. Also, we offer upfront pricing, so you can know exactly how much the job will cost before we even begin. Take a look at our reviews and see what everyone is talking about!
Contact All American Home Service today at (907) 789-1800 to request your drain cleaning services in Juneau.
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