January 15, 2016
If you’ve got a drain clog, you need to make sure you have all the tools necessary for successful Cedar Hill drain cleaning. Drain clogs can only worsen the longer they go without proper treatment, and can eventually prevent your plumbing fixtures from operating at their best. All too often, homeowners will simply wait too long to finally take action, often leaving them in a situation where they have a bigger mess to clean than if they had gone right to cleaning immediately.
Dial One Johnson Plumbing offers the best Cedar Hill drain cleaning service that will give you better quality cleaning for your buck. Our team of plumbers can handle any clog, no matter how perceivably tough. Better yet, since our plumbers have years of experience under their caps, they are always ready to offer advice to customers on what they can do to ensure their drains are free of clogs. We want you fully prepared for those unexpected instances where your drains suddenly clog.
What Tools Should You Have?
Cedar Hill drain cleaning obviously isn’t just a matter of rolling up your sleeves and reaching down your drains. You should be equipped with the following when a clog first strikes:
- Plunger: A plunger is a must-have in your home. Even if you don’t have any other tools in your home, you absolutely should have a plunger. It’s simple, cost-effective, and can rid your drains of any minor clog. Do not use the plunger, however, if you’re in a situation where there is excess water around the clog. Remove water first before plunging.
- Drain Snake: Drain snakes are shaped like the reptile it’s named after—it’s long, narrow, and can easily fit down your drains to scoop out any sources of clogs. A drain snake is generally helpful in removing any harder, stickier substances from your drains like dish soap and cooking grease.
- Liquid Solutions: Liquid drain cleaning solutions can easily be purchased at your local grocery store. They should be used in quick, last-minute situations only. Do not rely on liquid drain cleaning solutions too often, as you may wind up damaging your pipes instead of helping them! Use sparingly!
- Baking Soda and Vinegar: Now here is an old school solution to a clog. Baking soda and vinegar, two things you’ll probably find in your kitchen, can be mixed together to create an effective drain cleaning solution. Pouring baking soda and vinegar down drains can send sources of clogs out. Like liquid solutions, this should be used sparingly.
Contact Dial One Johnson Plumbing today if you need Cedar Hill drain cleaning that’s quick, effective, and cost-efficient!