Clogged Drain Services in Gastonia
Clogged Drain Services
Have a Clogged Drain? We’ll Clear it—Today.
All of our drain clearing services include:
We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can fix your clogged drain right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
Flat-rate, upfront pricing.
You’ll always know the price of your clogged drain repair before any work begins.
Late-night and weekend availability.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Do You Have Multiple Clogged or Slow Drains in Your Gastonia Home?
Have you ever flushed your toilet and then heard your bathtub gurgling? If you’ve never experienced it, it might sound crazy, but this is the kind of thing we get calls about when someone has a mainline clog! Your drains are all connected, and if there’s a clog in your main sewage line, it can impact multiple drains in your home.
Signs you might have a main sewer clog include things such as:
· When you flush the toilet, water backs up in your bathtub/shower.
· You hear gurgling noises from your bathtub or toilet.
· Multiple drains smell bad, are clogged, or drain slowly.
If any of these sound like problems you’re having, we know it can be hard not to panic. While this may be a new problem for you, our plumbers see things like this daily! We know what to look for and how to fix it, so with one quick phone call, we’ll make sure all your worries (and water!) wash down the drain.
Before You Reach for the Drano, Read This!
Chemical drain cleaners might seem like a quick fix, and even if they get your water draining again for a moment, they can do irreversible damage on your pipes! Drano and other chemicals advertised as magical clog-clearing solutions use potent chemicals that eat away your pipes, leaving them vulnerable to leaks and ruptures. That’s a good way to take your simple clog to a full-on catastrophe!
If you’re determined to try DIY methods to clear your clogged drain, we recommend you try a plunger. They’re not just limited to toilets! Stores even sell shorter plungers that are great for backed up sinks or showers.
If you’re still having trouble with a clog, give us a call! We’ve been helping Gastonia families like yours with their plumbing for years, and we’re always happy to help.
Clogs are sometimes unavoidable. Things can build up over time and eventually cut off the flow of water slowly, but sometimes, things get flushed or dropped down the drain when they don’t belong! Some of the most common things to clog your drains are:
Small objects (toys, Q-tips, toothbrushes, etc.)
Some of these things, like hair, hygiene products, toilet paper, and food, can be cleared from your pipes with the help of a drain cabling service. The more oily, greasy, sludgy kinds of clogs respond better to hydro jetting (this method can also cut through dense tree roots!). No matter the cause of your clog, we’ve got something to clear it up and get your water flowing in the right direction again!
Not sure if something is safe to put down the drain? Don’t worry! We’ve got a blog to answer all your drain questions!
We Make Unclogging Drains Easy!
We know it’s stressful when your home’s plumbing isn’t behaving like it should. When your sink is draining slow, your toilet is backed up, or water starts collecting at your feet in the shower, it can easily ruin your day! That’s why we wanna make this whole process as quick and easy as possible. We’re available every day (including weekends!) til midnight to unclog your stubborn drains in Gastonia. Not only that, but we don’t charge extra for weekend or evening appointments. After all, you shouldn’t have to take off work just to get your plumbing cleared up!
Making your appointment is super easy, too! Just call or text us at 704-357-0484, or go on our website to chat with one of our representatives. We offer same-day service, which means we can usually get out to your Gastonia home the same day you call!
Good news! We’ve got a special deal right now on drain cabling appointments. For only $77, one of our certified plumbers will come to your home to cable your drains (with proper access), which most often can get your water draining like normal again!