Drain Cleaning & Clog Removal
Drains can become clogged with small items of all shapes and sizes. Showers, toilets, and sinks can become clogged with hair, soap, toilet paper, or other small objects. Kitchen sinks can become clogged by food, grease, and other small items. The expert plumbers at Peaden can diagnose and fix your clogged drain and ensure that your drain will run free and clear. Our trained plumbers will use their tools and expertise to remove the clog and get you back to enjoying your home.
If you have a clogged drain and you need a plumber in Pensacola, Panama City, Destin, Fort Walton, Gulf Shores, Daphne, Fairhope, Orange Beach, Gulf Breeze, Pace, Milton, Crestview, or Niceville, contact Peaden for prompt service, expertise, training, and professionalism from “Professionals You Can Trust.”
Clogged Drain Warning Signs
Drains Run Slow
A sign that you have a clogged drain is when the water takes a moment to drain out of the sink. Another sign that you have a clogged drain is when you are taking a shower and standing in water because it is not draining out fast enough. These are the warning signs that you might have a larger problem. Don’t wait to fix your slow drain. Call Peaden, and we will clean your drain before it causes major damage to your home.
Drains Clog Often
If the drains in your home continue to clog, even after you have tried to clean them yourself, the chances are that you have a much more serious clog. Peaden can send over an expert plumber to fix the clog once and for all.
Bad Drain Odor
Bad odors originating from the drains in your home are a sign that you might have a more serious problem. Over time, sewage and waste can stick to the inside of your pipes, reducing the amount of water that can flow through them. Peaden has the tools necessary to fix your plumbing and eliminate the foul odors emanating from your drains.
Multiple Clogged Drains
When you have more than one clogged drain in your home, it can be a sign that your main sewer line has been clogged. This is a major plumbing issue that will need the attention of a professional. The plumbers at Peaden have the experience to fix clogged main sewer lines and get your plumbing working.
Flooding or Overflowing Drain
This is an obvious sign that you need to have your drains cleaned. When drains back up and water is flooding, Peaden can respond with our 24-hour emergency plumbing service. We are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to respond to your plumbing emergency.
The Drain Cleaning Process
When you have a stubborn drain clog in your Panama City or Gulf Coast home, our team at Peaden has several tools and techniques available to remove the clog and get your drains flowing smoothly again. These include:
- Snaking – A long, flexible wire or coil is inserted into the pipe, which has specialized heads to grab and pull the clog out.
- Augering – Similar to snaking, a heavy-duty coil is placed into the pipe, and a motorized powerhead spins and advances the cutting heads to remove or dislodge the clog.
- Hydro jetting – Specialized spray heads mounted on a long coiled tube are inserted into the pipe, and high-pressure streams of water are used to cut through and dislodge the clog.
- Pipe camera inspections – Used to identify the cause of the clog, pipe camera inspections use a small camera mounted to the end of a long cable to look at the interior of a pipe.
To learn more about each of these processes, talk to our experts today by calling (855) 483-4149 or contacting us online.
Why Our Plumbers are the Best
- Our plumbers are clean and professional in appearance.
- Our plumbers are highly trained.
- Our plumbers are on time and reliable.
- Our plumbers are fully equipped with the right tools.
- Our service vans are fully stocked with spare parts.
Drain Cleaning FAQs
What’s the final word on what can go down my drains without causing clogs?
In the bathroom, avoid flushing anything but waste and toilet paper down the toilet. Paper towels, tissues, baby wipes, feminine hygiene products, and “flushable” moist wipes can all cause clogs. Add drain screens or baskets to sinks, tubs, and showers to catch hair and soap particles. In the kitchen, avoid washing grease or fats down the drain, and throw them in the garbage instead once cool. Place strainers or baskets in sinks to catch food particles and foreign material.
Will a clogged sewer line behave differently than a clogged inside line?
A clogged sewer line will stop all the drains in your home from flowing properly, whereas a clogged inside line will only affect the fixtures that feed into it. Sewer clogs also tend to be denser and harder to remove, especially if they are formed due to pipe damage or tree root growth.
Do clogged lines need to be replaced?
Usually, clogged drain lines can easily be cleaned and put back into service, though some may have permanent buildups that could benefit from a pipe replacement. Sewer lines that clog often typically do so due to pipe damage or tree root infiltration. A pipe replacement may be the best long-term solution.
Is there DIY maintenance I can do to keep drains clean?
The best way to help keep drains clean yourself is to be careful about what you’re flushing down the drains. It is also beneficial to schedule a plumbing inspection every year or so with our team at Peaden, which can be added as part of your maintenance plan. If you have problematic drains, drain cleaning services can also be used as a preventive measure.
Drain Clearing expires 07/31/2021
& Sewer expires 07/31/2021