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Expert Drain Cleaning Services
Whether the cause is outdated lines, tree roots, grease, hair, soap, or even objects dropped down the drain, our extensively trained plumbers are equipped with the leading-edge tools and technology to resolve all types of clogs. We utilize sewer/drain locate and camera equipment to pinpoint problems quickly and without needless upheaval.
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Our plumbers are experienced in drain cleaning and simplify the process through our Red Carpet Service. We’ll meet you at the door with a red mat, which we utilize to organize our tools and maintain a tidy job site. A lifetime workmanship guarantee, free estimates on repiping, sewer line replacements and unsurpassed value, innovation, and integrity are a few of the ways we go above and beyond. Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is here to resolve problems 24/7 throughout Lynnwood, Martha Lake, Edmonds, Picnic Point, Bothell, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, and Kenmore, WA.
Rid your drains of those nasty clogs without damaging your pipes or the environment. Call the Lynnwood drain cleaning experts at Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating, Inc. today!
Roots, Grease, old lines, or the toy dropped down the toilet. Our plumbers have the proper tools and equipment to unclog your drain, and because we are plumbers and not just drain cleaners, our licensed plumbers can offer the right solution in one visit. On every plumbing truck we stock sewer/drain locate equipment and camera equipment, in case a clog becomes more than a clog, we will be prepared.
Drains clog over time. In kitchens, greases, soaps, and more build up on the walls of the pipes and cause a blockage. In bathrooms, showers, tubs, and sinks become clogged with hair and soap, and toilets can become clogged with toilet paper. When this happens, you need the help of a plumber experienced in drain cleaning.
While there are products on the market that offer a do-it-yourself remedy, these oftentimes offer only a temporary fix and can cause bigger problems later. Our technicians have the proper tools to rid your drains of their clogs without damaging your pipes or the environment.
For all of your drain cleaning needs, call us – the local experts!
My Kitchen Sink is Plugged. How can I clear my Kitchen Sink?
Before you reach for the bottle of drain chemicals first try a couple of non-chemical solutions for your clogged drain. A plunger can sometimes be all you need. If you have a double-sided sink, plug one side before you start to plunge. Always plunge the side without the garbage disposer on it. You could also try the same technique with a wet vac. Seal around the drain, so the hose gets good suction. If the plunger or the wet vac doesn’t unclog your drain, you need a plumber.
What Chemical Should I Use to Unclog My Drain?
Using chemicals in plumbing is risky. It has the potential to cause personal harm and damage your plumbing. Most plumbers will tell you a chemical is a last resort when all other methods fail. They will also tell you there are some conditions and drains you just never treat with a chemical to get better drainage.
There are some chemicals that work effectively on certain clogs and will not work at all on other material. It is important to read the package to know if you are applying the right chemical to have the desired effect. Never just try a chemical to just to see if it works.
Never Use a Chemical…
… On a toilet or a drain larger than 2”.
… In a garbage disposer;
… In a drain that has absolutely no flow.
… In a drain that already has a chemical in it or was previously treated with a chemical.
… If you do not know what is in the drain.
Do follow the directions on the container of the chemical.
Do wear eye, face, hand, and respiratory protection.
Do be aware of your surroundings and take safety precautions.
Do keep the bottle for your plumber if the drain doesn’t clear.
Do dispose of the bottle and anything it came in contact with properly when no longer needed.