Drain Cleaning Services in Central & Northern New Jersey
Clogs in the drain or sewer system of your New Jersey home can not only be inconvenient, but they can also create a mess. When you need expert help with all your drain and sewer needs, turn to our team at Service Professionals.
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Signs You Need Drain Cleaning or Drain Repair
Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing problems a homeowner will experience. You can avoid major messes and damage by calling our expert plumbers at Service Professionals as soon as you notice a problem.
Here are the most common signs that you need drain cleaning or repair:
- Foul odors from the drain
- Wastewater backups
- Drains that are slow or completely stopped up
- Gurgling, bubbling, or suction sounds
- Noise from one fixture when another is used
- Trouble flushing the toilet
- Multiple or frequent clogged drains
What's Involved in Drain Cleaning or Drain Repair?
Except in the most minor cases, fixing a clogged drain or sewer is best left to the experts. At Service Professionals, we offer drain cleaning, clogged drain repair, sewer repair, and more throughout central and northern New Jersey.
Our expert plumbers will use techniques like pipe snakes, power auguring, or hydro jetting to clear even the most stubborn drain clogs and leave your pipes flowing like new.
Our drain clearing services are available 24/7 for help anytime you need it, and our team will work quickly to remove the clog while minimizing the mess and cleanup.
Drain Camera Inspection
Before doing an in-depth drain repair or sewer repair, it’s a good idea to identify the cause of your clogging issues. At Service Professionals, we offer drain camera inspections, which use a small video camera attached to a flexible cable to see the interior of your drain or sewer pipes.
Our skilled experts can identify issues like soap and fat accumulations, paper products, foreign objects, tree roots, and other common causes of drain clogs, and we can recommend the best solution for your needs and budget. We offer drain cleaning, drain and sewer repair, drain and sewer replacement, and more.
Why Choose Service Professionals?
Our team at Service Professionals is committed to providing the polite, high-quality service you expect at fair prices. Our company features:
- Skilled, experienced professionals
- On-time service with appointments that are convenient for you
- Upfront pricing with no surprises
- Complete care and respect for your home
- A 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our services
Drain Cleaning FAQs
What things should not go down the drain?
Avoid washing cooking grease or oil down the drain, as they can solidify and cause clogs. Instead, let it cool and throw it away in the garbage. Install baskets or screens in the sink, tub, and shower drains to catch food particles, hair, and skin cells, all of which can contribute to clogs.
Lastly, don’t flush anything but waste and toilet paper down the toilet. Anything else, including tissues, paper towels, hygiene products, baby wipes, “flushable” wipes, and foreign objects like keys or toys, can lead to clogs.
Can I use chemicals to clean my drain?
It’s best to avoid any commercially available drain cleaners, as they contain harsh or caustic chemicals like lye that could cause damage to your drain pipes over time. If plunging, hot water, and other at-home methods fail to clear the clog, it’s best to call an expert like our team at Service Professionals.
Are there natural ways to clean my drain?
Filling the drain with hot water and letting it soak can soften clogs caused by fats or oil. A mixture of baking soda and vinegar can also help clear some clogs using a combination of pressure and the slightly acidic/caustic nature of those products.
Enzymatic drain cleaners are safe and can break down organic materials with time, leaving your drains cleaner and less prone to clogging.
Can I unclog a drain by myself?
Hot water or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar can help remove minor clogs while plunging or snaking the pipe can clear more stubborn clogs. If the clog is in a sink, removing the trap may allow you to remove a clog quickly and effectively, though it may make a mess.
Never use a standard pipe snake in a toilet, as it may crack the porcelain, and if none of these methods work, call our team at Service Professionals for help.
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