Do You Have A Clogged Shower Drain? We have your clogged drain solution!
Not only are clogged drains frustrating and inconvenient, but they could be a sign of a much larger problem. Whether you have a hair clogged drain, a clogged tub drain, a clogged shower drain, a main drain clog, a clogged drain pipe, a clogged toilet drain, a clogged bathroom sink, or a clogged kitchen sink, Kulk’s Plumbing can provide you with the best clogged drain solution for the problem.
Drain cleaning is the most common clogged drain service and clogged drains are one of the most common indoor plumbing problems. Here are some common reasons for clogged drains:
- Hair buildup
- Soap scum
- Dirt buildup
- Washing foreign object down a drain
- Flushing non-waste in toilets
- Unapproved items in garbage disposal
- Accumulation of cooking oil or grease
- Too much toilet paper or wrong toilet paper
- Using non-water-soluble bath products
While drain clogs are often a simple DIY fix with drain snaking, a plunger, or chemical substances, some severe clogs or continued clogs, may require a more permeant and professional clogged drain solution. Repeat clogs could be a sign of a main water or sewer line problem. If this is the case, you will need a plumber.
In some cases, these DIY “fixes” can actually cause larger problems. Drain cleaning products that are available in store can often be the cause of major plumbing problems. The harmful chemicals found in these products can add to debris in your pipes making things worse. Because of this, this is not a safe clogged drain remedy.
Hydrojetting is the process of using a high-pressure flow of water to clear the interior of plumbing pipes. It removes scale, grease, and other harmful debris.
At Kulk’s Plumbing, we also offer video pipe inspections that allows us to visually locate exactly where the problem area is, and then confirm that it is 100% taken care of after drain cleaning services.
We know it is tempting to want to clear blocked drains on your own, but remember that it is always safer to hire a professional and avoid harsh and damaging chemicals whenever possible.