Economy Plumbing
Economy Plumbing

Drain and Sewer Line Cleaning

Many sink clogs are caused by a buildup of soap and hair in the trap or fixture drain line. If using an auger does not solve the problem, then the clog may be located in a main waste-vent stack.  If it is not in the main stack, the problem may be located in the sewer service line.

Every sink has a drain trap and a fixture drain line. 

  • Toilet Drain Line
  • Tub & Shower Drain 
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Washer Drain Line
  • Kitchen Sink
  • Main Drain 
  • Floor Drain

Kitchen Drains

Kitchen drains run slower as grease, soap, fat, and detergents build up on the inner walls of the pipes. This will eventually cause a blockage.

One of the most common repair jobs is the repair or replacement of kitchen sink and lavatory traps.

Bathroom Sink Drains

Lavatory drain may become clogged with hair, toothpaste, soap and grime.

Shower and Tub Drains

Hair and soap buildup in the trap and drain pipe may cause a clog.

Toilet Drains

Toilet paper, wipes, femine products, and even the occasional toy or toothbrush may be the cause for your clog.

Floor Drains

Dirt and debris can clog floor drains.  These drains are equipped with a trap that should be kept filled with water to prevent odors and sewer gas from escaping.

Main Sewer Lines

If the main sewer line clogs, toilets and drains throughout your house will begin to backup. All household drains lead to the main sewer line.  The main sewer line drains into a city sewer line or a septic tank. Debris from tree roots or a break in the line may be the cause.

No matter what is clogging your sink or drain we have the equipment to clear it.

 

Tools you may see our plumbers use:

  • Plunger
  • Auger, closet or mighty mite
  • Rooter machine, aka "snake"
  • Drain King
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