Manchester Drain Cleaning Services
We Clear Clogged Drains Quickly!
Do you have standing water in your sink? Is the water up to your ankles by the end of a quick shower? Some minor clogs can be remedied on your own with a simple plunger. Most clogs benefit from the safe and effective methods of a trained plumber. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater New Hampshire will send an expert plumber to your door at any hour.
Speak with a drain cleaning specialist at (603) 664-3451 or fill out our online form today!
We'll work around your schedule for no extra cost. We have the skills to deliver efficient drain cleaning so you'll no longer have to deal with backups. Whether you have an older or more modern plumbing system, we'll be sure to perform our work with care.
What You Can and Can’t Flush Down Your Drains
Not everything can be flushed down the drain. If you’re unsure whether or not to throw something in the sink, don't do it. A good rule of thumb is to throw it in the trash. For example, face pads and ear swabs should be thrown in the garbage rather than flushed down the toilet. You should also avoid putting the following products down your drains:
- Kitty litter
- Fats, oils, & grease
- Feminine hygiene products
- Coffee grounds
- Paper towels
- Fruit pits
- Produce stickers
- Household cleaning products
How Do You Remove Buildup from Drain Pipes?
Most drains get clogged with a combination of soap, fats, and hair. Luckily, soap and fats melt quickly, meaning they can be flushed down the drain with boiling water. Hot water is usually the first-step solution, however. If you notice your drains are slowing down, now would be a good time to try the hot water solution. Otherwise, your best bet is to try a clothes hanger or drain snake to clear the problem. Either of these tools can be lowered into your drain to break up the clog.
If a drain snake doesn’t work, give our plumbers in Manchester a call. Our team has the training needed to clean your plumbing system efficiently. We utilize state of the art HydroScrub® Jetting technology to clear clogs. This high-pressure water tool breaks up stubborn clogs without damaging your plumbing.
How Much Does It Cost to Clear a Drain?
Clearing a drain will cost you anywhere from $85 to $800. The price variance depends on the location and the severity of the clog. The more complicated the cleaning will be, the longer it will take, and the more expensive it is to clear. For example, removing a clog in a sink is much simpler than clearing a clog in a toilet or clearing the main sewer line. The main sewer line clogs tend to be the most expensive. They might involve digging up your yard if tree roots are clogging your sewer line.
The only way to know for sure how much you’re going to pay for your drain-clearing service is to request an estimate. Our team at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater New Hampshire offers flat-rate fees for our services. You’ll know what your bill will be before we even begin.
Contact us at (603) 664-3451 or request an estimate online to get started.
Trust Your Local Mr. Rooter to Get the Job Done!
Since our beginning in 1970, we've expanded our business so we can serve everyone who needs our help. Millions of customers have been satisfied with the quality of our plumbing service. You'll also be pleased with our:
- Up-front pricing
- Lack of overtime charges
- High-quality products and tools
The next time you need drain cleaning, a plumber from Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater New Hampshire will be able to come to you if you live anywhere in Manchester or the surrounding areas. Call today for more information.
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