Professionally Fix a Clogged Drain in San Francisco
Drains are a main function in your home. You use them for everything from sinks to bathtubs, and when they get backed up, it can cause issues for your entire household. When you ignore clogged drains, the buildup from the debris can cause wear and tear on your drains and pipes, leading to damage down the road. You want to do everything you can now in order to protect your pipes and make sure they last a long time. This is why getting your drains professionally cleaned is so crucial – your home will function better and your drains will last longer.
The professionals at AB Plumbing work hard to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your services. We use the best tools and equipment to make sure you get the best results when it comes to your drain cleaning in San Francisco, and we make sure to get the job done right the first time. We are available 24/7 for any plumbing issues or emergencies you have, so reach out today to get in touch.
It happens to almost every homeowner at some point. You flush your toilet, run water in the sink, take a shower and it happens. The water doesn’t go away, but backs up, begins to build in the basin, bowl, or tub and threatens to overflow. You have a clogged drain.
Tackling a problem you can’t handle or ignoring the problem for too long can escalate the problem and cause for a significantly more expensive repair in the end.
Single Fixture Drain Blockage
When a fixture like a sink, toilet, or tub won’t drain or drains slowly, there is a blockage somewhere in your plumbing system. When it’s only one fixture, the blockage could be in that fixture’s trap and you might be able to repair it yourself by using a plunger or hand auger. (You will often detect a sewer smell when something backs up anywhere in the house.)
Multiple Clogged Drains
If the drain blockage is happening at more than one location, the problem could be in the drain between the fixture and the main line, or branch drain line. Again, after locating the line, you might be able to unclog it yourself with a plunger or hand auger, but in this instance you might be better off calling a professional plumber to clean it out.
If you determine that the problem is in the main waste line and you don’t have the equipment, you will probably want to hire a plumber to clear your entire system. (It’s a good idea to have this done every few years, anyway). If drains or fixtures are clogged in more than one location, it tells a plumber that the leak is probably located in a branch drain line or the main waste line. If the main drain to the outside from your basement is backing up, the problem is probably somewhere between where your line goes from your house to the main sewer line along your street. Tree roots are a common cause of this problem.