There’s nothing more annoying than a shower slowly becoming a bath because of a clogged drain. Slow drains, in general, are some of the most common and annoying plumbing problems homeowners face, but it’s also one of the least likely to get proper attention for a permanent fix.
Get in touch with the experts for proper drain cleaning, rooting, repairing, and more to keep all of your drains… well, draining.
Drain Cleaning With Daniel’s Austin
We’re not looking to provide temporary relief. We go beyond simple cleaning to find and solve the underlying problem with top of the line plumbing services, including:
- Drain camera inspection
- Preventative cleaning
- Drain maintenance
Clean Your Drain The Right Way
So many of our clients use store-bought products or just a plunger in hopes of curing a slow drain, but those only work as a bandaid for the underlying issue at best.
At worst, they can cause extra, unforeseen damage to your pipes or appliances.
Chemical drain cleaners are basically bottles of acid. While the acid might be able to break down whatever is in your pipes, it also doesn’t distinguish between the clog and the pipes themselves. Continued use can eat away at your drain, pipes, and anything else it comes in contact with, which then results in a shorter lifespan for your pipes.
It also won’t come as a surprise to learn that flushing pure chemicals down your drain isn’t great for the environment, either.
While using a plunger may seem like an eco (and wallet) friendly alternative, it’s also ineffective in the long run. A plunger may be able to break up part of a clog for temporary relief, but there’s no way of knowing if there’s anything left in your drain. If you over-plunge, you run the risk of damaging your pipes, appliances, or your own back.