Houston’s Clogged Drain Repair Pros

$69.00 Drain Cleaning Special

*With outside accessible clean out

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Providing complete drain cleaning services for sinks, showers, toilets, and more.

When you want affordable drain cleaning that guarantees to fix your clogged drain, make us your first call. You will find our certified plumbers to be friendly, thorough, trust worthy and reliable. We are here to help.

Our experienced and licensed plumbing technicians may suggest utilizing our cameras and detection systems to get a quicker and clearer picture of the situation at hand. We want to make sure your plumbing problems are gone for good.

To ensure this, we use video drain inspections to see exactly what and where the problem is. This allows us to pinpoint problems in your plumbing lines and provide the correct drain cleaning service. Once the drain blockage is cleared, we use this same inspection system to make sure the obstruction(s) are eliminated

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Clogged Drain Cleaning Solutions

Clogged drains are more than an inconvenience. Harmful bacteria and pathogens can grow and may cause health problems. The longer you wait to fix the problem, the worse it will become. Our technicians arrive on time, and get to work immediately.
Once we have fixed the clogged drain, we give you tips on how to avoid plumbing issues in the future.

Methods for clogged drain repair may include:

  • Drain snaking
  • Drain rooting
  • Hydrojetting
  • Video camera line/pipe inspection.


Prevent Sewer & Drain Line Problems with Sewer & Drain Cleaning

Fast Response Drain Cleaning Services – When should you call a licensed plumber?

  • Standing water where there shouldn’t be any
  • Overflows with water or sewage spilling onto the floor
  • Bad odors associated with your home’s plumbing
clogged drain camera inspection

No matter what services you need, count on our plumbers for the best results.

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Clogged Drain Repair FAQ

A power rooting machine sends a flexible cable with blades through the plumbing system to physically break up and clear away the blockage. This breaks up anything that is trapped inside the pipes. A power rooter can find its way around corners and vertical and horizontal expanses inside the plumbing system of your home.
How Are Sewers or Sewer Lines Cleaned?
We use specialized diagnostic techniques and state-of-the-art tools to ensure that your kitchen and bathrooms sinks, showers and tubs, toilets, floor drains, and main sewer lines are all in top condition.

Then, advanced hydro-jetting and rodding tools are used to clean out the toughest buildup and clogs. When drain cleaning isn’t enough, we can also perform trenchless sewer line repair without digging up your home’s lawn. Before we deem the job complete, we conduct a follow-up camera inspection to ensure the drain and sewer cleaning was 100% effective. If any tough spots remain, we redo the job at no extra cost to you.

What Is the Difference Between a Drain & a Sewer?

Drains are the parts of your water system that carry water out of your home and to the sewage system. Drains are connected to your sinks, tubs, toilet, and any other water fixtures in your home. If you have a backup in one drain, it’s likely been caused by foreign objects, like the following, being sent through your home’s pipes:

  • Hair
  • Grease
  • Paper products
  • Things your child flushed down the toilet
  • Other foreign materials

Your sewer line, on the other hand, is the system of pipes that take water from your drains to the public sewer line and, eventually, to water treatment facilities to be processed. Anything you send through your drains eventually ends up in your sewer pipes.

Tree roots growing into the pipes, however, is another common reason for sewer line problems that require professional repair service.

Can Toilet Paper Clog a Sewer Line?

Unfortunately, toilet paper can clog sewer lines. Generally, this only happens if you:

  • Use extra-thick toilet paper that your system cannot easily process
  • Use an excessive amount of toilet paper with each flush
  • Use “flushable” wipes (spoiler alert: not really flushable)
  • Flush feminine hygiene products
Can or Should I Use Chemical Drain Cleaners to Clear Clogs?

No, you should NOT pour caustic chemical drain cleaners down your drains if you’re serious about protecting your drain and plumbing system. The reason is that these chemical cleaners can be far more damaging than helpful, potentially eating away at your pipes.

So, while a chemical drain cleaner may provide a quick fix in the short term, it can cause far more problems, damage, and headaches in the long run. The best way to clear a clogged drain without damaging your pipes and plumbing system is to contact a trusted local plumber!

Prevent Sewer & Drain Line Problems with Sewer & Drain Cleaning

We also offer regualrly scheduled drain cleaning and drain maintenance services for your home or business. Whether it’s a stopped up shower drain, kitchen or bathroom sink, or a clogged sewer line in the basement or crawlspace—or even tree roots invading the sewer line outdoors underground—you need a professional who has the experience and specialized equipment needed to diagnose and solve your problem quickly and efficiently.

Commercial Drain Services include:

  • Commercial/Restaurant dishwasher drain lines
  • Grease Trap Drains and Lines
  • Public or commercial restrooms – clogged toilets, backed up sinks, public shower drains