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Drain Cleaning

Sometimes, backups and clogs just happen out of nowhere. Isolated events are no reason to panic, but if you find that they are happening more often, you should seriously consider professional drain cleaning.

Even if you do your best to keep your drain and sewer system clean and clear of all potential obstructions and foreign items, you are still susceptible to clogs. That’s why Jones Services is here to help you deal with your clogged drains quickly, safely, and efficiently. We have top of the line equipment and a team of highly trained rooter professionals. Your daily activities shouldn’t be put on hold due to a clog, so call Jones to help.

Signs You Need Drain Cleaning

Slow Drains

When your drains empty slowly, it’s a sign that you should call a professional. A slow drain means that somewhere along your plumbing system, there’s a blockage of some sort. The blockage is partial – if it was complete then there would be no drainage at all. If you ignore the problem in hope that it will resolve itself on its own, you could be setting yourself up for bigger issues down the road. Professional drain cleaning will stop the problem in its track.

Clogged Drains

Clogged drains occur when your sink, toilet, shower, or sewer line are unable to drain at all. These appliances and fixtures often share the same drain, so a small blockage can quickly develop into a larger one. Drain cleaning by a Jones Services professional will be able to locate the clog and remove it, giving you your home comfort back.

Common Causes of Slow and Clogged Drains

  • Hair can quickly accumulate and stick to the sides of your pipes. To prevent this, make sure that you have drain guards in place and that you clear them often.
  • Dirt can find it’s way into your system through a busted pipe or your washing machine. Excess dirt or mud should be removed from dirty clothes before being fully washed, and pipes should be checked for any cracks or breaks.
  • Soap can stick to the sides of your pipes – trapping debris on their way down.
  • Hard water has an excess amount of minerals. Over time, these minerals accumulate and form a hard, rock-like substance.
  • Toilet paper and paper towels are actually harmful to your plumbing system. Using smaller amounts can help reduce the risk of clogs.
  • Tree roots can break through your pipes in their search for water, so avoid planting trees near pipes.
  • Misaligned pipes can leave room for foreign materials to seep in.
  • Foreign objects like toys, socks, towels – this is especially likely if you have small children!
  • Grease is one of the most common causes of drain clogs. grease solidifies in your drains, even though it’s liquid when it goes down. It’s sticky, so it grabs onto other debris on their way down.
  • Food waste should never go down your drain, even if you have a garbage disposal. Small pieces, like coffee grounds or egg shells, are especially risky.

For safe and reliable drain cleaning, call Jones Services today. 

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