Kitchen, Bath, Shower and Toilet Drains
Kitchen drains: are the most troublesome because of all the different types of food, soap, grease, and waste being put down the drain in your kitchen. Garbage disposals help but over time all drains will run more slowly and become clogged. We have just the right equipment and experienced plumbers in Denver for your drain problems.
Bathroom sinks: will become clogged or drain slowly for the same reason as your bath tub drain. If you’re good with a pipe and a wrench you can remove the “J” pipe under the sink to check for debris. If this doesn’t work call us and we’ll unclog your sink today.
Toilets drains: become clogged quite often and it’s usually the result of Q Tips, disposable diapers, Kleenex that will not disintegrate the way toilet paper will, and then theirs everything else that has no business being flushed down the toilet. We have equipment that will remove any obstructions and clean the drain pipes for your toilet at the same time.
Floor drains: in laundry rooms, garages, basements, and drains on the outside of your house to take water away from your home have a trap that must be filled with water, or you’re likely to get odors and sewer gas smells around your house. If the drains are still draining slowly after making sure there’s water in the trap give us a call we’ll fix it fast.
Shower drains: are another common drain problem caused by the buildup of hair, soaps, body lotions, and oils overtime. If you’re standing in water while taking a shower then your drain is clogged and needs to be repaired to make sure the problem doesn’t get worse in the future; call us today and we’ll fix it fast.
Main drain lines: from your house leading to your city’s sewer line and connecting to the city sewer line or a septic tank will have problems because of roots, and from debris from all the other drains in your house depositing debris into the main drain. When this happens it’s time to call a professional drain cleaner in Denver, and we’ll use video camera inspections to check your drain lines for damage and corrosion.