Clogged Drain Services in Charlotte

Drain Clearing

Have a Clogged Drain? We'll Clear it—Today.

All of our drain clearing services include:

Same-day service.
We keep our trucks fully stocked with drain-clearing equipment, so we can unclog your drain right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
Flat-rate, upfront pricing.
You'll always know the price of your drain clearing before any work begins.
Late-night and weekend availability.
We're here 'til midnight and available on weekends, too.

You likely need a drain cleaning if you notice:

  • Slow-draining or backed up water. This is the clearest sign your drain needs to be cleaned. If you have water backed up in more than one fixture, you probably have a clog in your main water line (not a secondary drain line).
  • Gurgling or bubbling drains. Water shouldn't make a lot of noise when is goes down your drain. If it does, that usually means it's passing over or through a clog.
  • Foul odors coming from your fixtures. If you have a clog, all of the food and waste that goes down your drain will just sit in and stink up your plumbing.
  • Frequent clogs. A clog every once in awhile is normal. But if you find yourself calling your plumber to unclog drains regularly, you can probably expect a larger, more expensive drain clearing in the near future.

Call us at (704) 357-0484 or contact us online (we'll get back to you within 5 minutes) to schedule an appointment day and time that works for you. You'll get a confirmation email with a picture of your plumber, so you know who's coming to your home.

We know a drain cleaning can be hard on your schedule. That's why we keep our trucks fully stocked with tools and parts—so we're prepared to unclog your drain in just one visit. You rarely have to book a second appointment with us.

If we weren't easy to do business with, we want to hear about it. After your drain clearing, we'll make sure you have the chance to talk with us if you had any issues.

When clearing a drain, a plumber will use 1 of 2 methods:

  • Drain cabling: Uses a drain cleaning cable machine, also called a "snake" or "auger". Ranging from basic handheld models that remove sink drain clogs to motorized ones that cut through stubborn sewer clogs, drain cable machines work best for clogs from:
    • Food
    • Toilet paper
    • Hair
    • Hygiene products
    • Small tree roots
    • Lawn debris
  • Hydro jetting: Uses a hydro jetter, a machine that sprays a high-powered stream of water to cut through clogs. Hydro jetting is typically used on "FOG" clogs (caused by fat, oil, grease or other sludge), but can be powerful enough to cut through clogs caused by dense tree roots.

Your plumber will decide which method to use based on what your clog is made of and where it's located.

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