Mr. Rooter Drain Cleaning Service in Cleveland
Mr. Rooter® in Cleveland is who most home owners rely on for their drain cleaning needs, whether it be for emergency drain cleaning or preventative maintenance. All of the pipes that lead to your home carry clean water to you and the drains take the waste water away. If they are not able to perform their job due to a clog or build up, then you are left with drains that back up into your sink, tub or toilet. Because your drains are a significant part of your plumbing system, it is important to make sure they remain clear and able to work correctly. If you’ve never had your drains professionally cleaned, then it is definitely time to call the drain cleaning professionals at Mr. Rooter in Cleveland.
There are many different kinds of drains in your home and it is imperative to have a plumber experienced with drain cleaning work on them so they do not do further damage. While the drains all end up at the same place, they can be made of different materials and function differently. The drains in your home typically clog from regular usage, so there is not much you can do to avoid clogs or slow drains. For example, the drains in your kitchen can easily clog from the bits of food, soap, dirt and grease or oil that you send down the drain. Pieces of food get stuck in your kitchen drain and cause clogs and smells that you don’t want in your home. Even if you have a garbage disposal, many types of food do not get disposed of enough to make it through the drain, so be careful of which foods you send down it. Likewise, oil and grease should be disposed of in the garbage instead of the sink so that they don’t lead to clogs. In your bathroom, your sink and showers become clogged from all of the soap, dirt, hair and toothpaste that attempt to go down the drain. Your home may also have several floor drains throughout it, usually in your garage or on the balcony or patio. These drains are in place to quickly get rid of any water that appears due to a heavy rain, broken pipe or overflowing fixture. Because they are on the floor, they easily become blocked with dirt, leaves and other debris which can cause them not to work when you need them to. When any of the drains in your home fail to work, they can cause severe water damage to your floors, furniture and belongings and this is why so many home owners rely on routine drain cleanings as part of their home maintenance program.
The best time to call Mr. Rooter of Cleveland for a drain cleaning appointment is before there is a problem! Since this isn’t always possible, the next best time is when you first notice a problem. When your drains begin to drain slower than they should, call Mr. Rooter right away. Many home owners first notice this in the shower, with water accumulating at their feet instead of quickly going down the drain. When Mr. Rooter has the chance to get there early, we have a better chance of fixing the problem before it starts impacting multiple drains. When you have a clogged drain, many home owners try and fix the problem using store bought drain cleaners and tools. This is usually ineffective because most drain clogs happen deep within the drain where store bought tools cannot reach. Store bought drain cleaners are made from harsh chemicals that are often dangerous for the person using them, even if you follow the directions perfectly. Store bought chemicals and tools can also cause major damage to the drains, which will inevitably cost you far more than if you had called Mr. Rooter in the first place!
Mr. Rooter is the plumber that most home owners in Cleveland call for all their plumbing needs, because we have proven to be the best plumber in the area. One of the services we excel at is providing drain cleaning for all of our customers. Along with a high quality drain cleaning, you will also receive excellent customer service from a company that you can be proud to do business with. Mr. Rooter is everything you want in a plumber and more! “There’s a reason they call us Mr!”
This diagram shows many of the common types of vents and drains in most homes. The green pipes represent outgoing waste water, the yellow pipes represent ventilation tubes, the red pipes indicate hot water, and the blue lines show cold water.