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Clogged & Slow Drains

As a homeowner, you will need a plumber that knows drain cleaning. Whenever you have a clogged drain you need to know who to call. Rooter Drain Expert is a highly rated Santa Clarita plumbing company. During the bad economic times, we’ve seen many people try to fix complicated plumbing problems themselves, usually, this ends up costing more money at the end of the day.

Sometimes basic drain clogs and blockages can be cleared fairly easily. A clogged toilet can be cleared with a plunger in most cases. If the plunger doesn’t do the job at this point, you should be calling a professional plumber that will know what to do.

Most homeowners are familiar with the sewer rooter machine known as “snake”. Snakes or drain cleaning machines will do the job most of the time. A snake can clear grease, minor roots, and hair inside the drain/sewer lines. But what most homeowners don’t know is that the snake won’t clear the drains 100%. For Example, when dealing with grease the snake will open a hole to temporarily clear the blockage, but with little time the drain will clog again. This is the main reason why sometimes you will have to clean the same drain many times. When it comes to roots, if the roots are too big, even with a cutter blade at the tip of the snake will not do the trick. The snake could get stuck, it won’t clean a drain or if it clears the drain it will only be part of the diameter not the full diameter of the pipe.

Clogged sewer line flooding a shower drain.

“Clogged Sewers”

Slow Drains

Did you know that build up inside of a dirty sewer drain line can develop into a clog or a blockage of some kind? If left alone, that clog or blockage will slowly choke the flow of water waste through your sewer system. With a decrease in flow, lines can drain slowly to the point that they will eventually back up into your home.

You don’t want your drains to be slow. In addition to the a clogged drain problem in your sewer pipes, slow drains also waste your time. Waiting for a sink drain to empty is not fun. Waiting for a shower or tub drain to empty can be painful and gross. You don’t want to have to endure any more time than necessary with drains that are not operating properly – especially when there is a simple solution to the problem.

At Rooter Drain Experts, we know that a regular drain cleaning program eliminates any possibility of organic waste building up in your pipes. With clear pipes, everything runs smoothly and quickly. We can clear your drains in several ways but one of the fastest methods is through hydro jetting.

With a regular drain cleaning maintenance program, you will be assured that there will be no slow drains anywhere in your plumbing system. In fact, having your drains cleaned regularly is good preventative maintenance. It also makes good sense. If you keep your drains clear and free flowing, they won’t cause you any problems. It’s a lot like keeping your vehicle current on oil and lube services. When you do that, your vehicle runs well and lasts longer. The same goes for your plumbing. Drain cleaning extends the life of your sewer drain lines by blasting out anything that could possibly develop into a problem such as a clog or break if left alone for too long.

Your drains do a lot of hard, disgusting work. They transport pieces of leftover food, grease, strands of hair, and other waste products to the sewer. It’s inevitable that some of that waste will cling to your sewer pipe and cause it to clog. But if you’re anywhere in Santa Clarita, California, this shouldn’t be a problem for you. Rooter Drain Experts has got your back with the most comprehensive drain cleaning service in the area.

Signs to Look Out For When Dealing With Slow Drains

A simple sewer camera video inspection will let you know if there is a clog lurking deep in your drains, but you can also be alert to some of the symptoms and anticipate the growing problem. Smell is among the most “common symptoms, while the slow draining may also be indicative of waste buildup. Pay some attention to your storm drains too, as the constant debris accumulation can prove to be a major problem during the rainy season. If you notice any of these signs, our experts will take care of the causes behind them with no problem.

Hydro Jetting

Hydro JetThe years of success in cleaning drains in Santa Clarita, California have taught us that there’s only one way to brush its drains thoroughly clean, and that’s shooting pressurized water right through. Plungers are of little help and snaking the drains is effective only with minor stoppages. At Rooter Drain Experts we deal with clogs by blasting them with a powerful 4,000 psi thrust of water. Hardly any waste, tree roots included, can sustain this much pressure. What’s left in the water’s wake is the cleaned pipe ready to perform to its best abilities.

The equipment we use is highly specialized and task-specific, and our plumbers are experienced and well-trained. After hydro jetting your sewer pipes, we always do another sewer camera inspection to check if the clog bugging you is indeed removed.

Hire The Local Professionals

Don’t let the aggressive product ads lead you into believing that there is a shortcut to unclogging drains. All these stopgap solutions offer temporary relief at the price of permanent pipe corrosion and damage. The chemicals found in some of them are so abrasive that they may damage the drain pipes beyond any easy repair.

We’ve been in the business long enough to know the value of a job done right the first time. This is why we suggest you always aim straight for the professionals, particularly with fixing utilities as delicate as drain pipes. Our licensed technicians can be at your place in no time and deploy all the necessary high-tech equipment on site. At Rooter Drain Experts we fix the problem on the first service call, guaranteeing that you won’t be seeing us for the same problem twice.

Old Clay Sewer LinesClay Pipes in Santa Clarita:

  • Roots growing into fractured, broken old sewage systems. Roots are trying to find water and nutrients that the drain system has. Roots are the main source of clogged main drain systems. Roots can penetrate old clay pipes. Old clay sewer systems are the most prone to root problems. Clay pipes were not water tight in the old days. Small leaks enable tree root to easily break into the joints of old aging sewage systems.

 

Offset Pipelines:

  • Old clay pipelines were assembled primarily in 3ft lengths. After being undergrounds for many years shifting, settling of soil around the pipe will cause offsets. Offsets in pipelines will restrict flow, thus causing build up that end in clogged drain lines.

 

Clogged BathtubSludge Accumulation

  • Accumulation of sludge takes place primarily in second drains pipes like showers, bathroom sinks, as well as clothes washing machine drain pipes. As the soap is lugged down the tubes, it will, in time build up on the wall surfaces of the pipelines. This takes place gradually, the water could and instantly stop flowing due to the accumulation of soap, and sludge build up.

 

Oil Accumulation

  • Oil accumulation takes place much like soap build-up, only much quicker. This happens primarily in the kitchen area. The kitchen sink is the sink that gets used the most in a home. As the oil is brought down the pipeline by warm water from washing dishes and dishwashers, it is cooled down by the air vent pipelines enabling cool air right into the drainpipe. When the warm oil cools down, it will adheres to the wall surfaces limiting the flow of water. Eventually, this becomes another clogged drain line.

 

Is your sewage system slow or not draining at all, are your toilets clogged, and making funny noises? They could be obstructed. Stay clear from utilizing chemicals discovered in many of the stores label as drain cleaning liquids. They are not very reliable at eliminating obstructions in sewer lines. Also with time contribute to the damages of older pipelines.

The Rooter Drain Expert we recommend cabling options and also hydro-jetting for clearing build-up within the wall surfaces of pipes. Snaking and hydro-jetting methods work best for clogged sewer drains.