What is Drain Cleaning?
Drain cleaning is the process of flushing out pipes to eliminate clogs and other impurities that cause buildup. Drain cleaning is essential for every household’s plumbing system because buildup from soap, hair, dead skin, food, and other particles will damage your pipes over time if left unaddressed.
If you have been snaking your drains, but the clogs won’t go away, it’s a telling sign that you need to have your drains cleaned by a professional immediately. We use specialized techniques to eliminate buildups, as well as prevent future blockages. Don’t hesitate to contact Lakewood Home Services for an inspection of your drains.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Our Drain Cleaning Services
Our pricing depends on the severity of the situation, so we cannot give a flat rate. We recommend having our drain cleaning technician inspect your drains first before we can give a proper cost estimate.
We highly recommend you have your drains cleaned at least once a year, but it depends on your lifestyle. Generally, it varies among different households. Our drain technicians can recommend a cleaning schedule after assessing your drain pipes and sewer lines in person.
If you have slow draining water, inconsistent toilet water levels, persistent clogs, strange sounds, and foul smells from your drains, it may be time to replace your drain pipes or sewer lines. For an accurate assessment, we recommend you call our drain experts for an inspection.
The best way to prevent drain clogs is to have it regularly cleaned by a professional plumber. By having them remove the impurities and grime from your drains at least once a year, you can be sure your drains will not be clogged in the immediate future.
Yes, you can, but we don’t recommend it unless you are a skilled and experienced drain cleaning technician yourself.
Not at all. Some clogs can easily be fixed with a plunger or drain snake. But if the clogs in your drain are persistent, let an expert handle them with a more serious fix.
While store-bought liquid drain cleaners work, we don’t recommend them. These chemicals can be very strong, causing damage to your pipes over time, especially if overused.