Dalton Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electric and Fireplaces, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Drain Cleaning Service’

Why Should You Only Trust Professional Drain Cleaning Service?

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

plumber-using-drain-snake-to-clean-drainIt’s Friday night. You just came home from work, and you’re going to wash up before dinner… only to realize you have a clogged or backed-up drain.

Simple solution, right? Just reach for that bottle of store-bought drain cleaner and resolve the issue right away! Or… not.

The thing is, using these chemical store-bought “solutions” are actually the most ineffective drain cleaning service method there is! Sure, it may temporarily resolve the problem, but it’s harder on your drains than it is the clog, which could just come back.

Not convinced? Read on.

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When Did You Last Schedule Professional Drain Cleaning?

Monday, September 30th, 2019

bubbling-drainIf your answer is, “Well… I don’t… I just use store-bought liquid drain cleaner,” then we urge you to read on!

The thing is, using one of these chemical drain cleaners is the worst thing you can do for the health of your plumbing system. It may solve your problem in the short term, but it will only exacerbate the problems you’ll run into later on. Keep reading to learn more about why you shouldn’t use these store-bought “solutions,” and why you should call for professional drain cleaning service instead.

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Tips for Caring for Your Drains

Monday, March 18th, 2019

gurgling-bathtub-drainIf you heard someone say they have a plumbing problem, what’s the first thing you would think of? If you’re like many homeowners, you probably think of clogged or slow moving drains. Almost every homeowner has run into this problem at some time or another. The best thing you can do when this happens is invest in professional drain cleaning service from an experienced team of plumbers (don’t use store-bought liquid drain cleaners—these are corrosive, and only temporarily solve the problem).

Another way to relieve clogged drains is to prevent them from happening to begin with. This requires you to know the most common cause of drain clogs, so you can avoid these scenarios:

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