Sterling Drain Cleaning Services
You can have access to high-quality drain cleaning in Sterling, Alexandria, and Reston when you call us at (703) 997-1120 today. Call for fast, affordable service and free estimates. Don’t wait until the contents of your pipes are overflowing into your kitchen or bathroom, call Cardinal and get the situation under control. Click here to see online specials and coupons.
Drain clogs can show signs that include loud gurgling noises, unpleasant odors or water coming up through drains that aren’t even being used. Most of the time, you’ll know the drain is clogged because the water won’t go down, or is moving sluggishly. Acting quickly and taking action will get the drain cleaned and enable you to get back to your daily routine.
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Cameras that Work Wonders
Camera inspection equipment has been a great innovation for the world of plumbing and specifically drain cleaning. Cameras that are attached to flexible hoses can enter your drain and find the exact location of a blockage and the cause. When the plumber sends the camera into the pipes, it is a non-invasive way to figure out precisely what is going on, so the repairs can be exact and long-lasting. Using a camera to inspect drain pipes also enables the plumber to provide repairs without causing any damage to the surrounding surfaces.
How to Prevent Clogs
The fact that plumbers have new technologies and tools to keep drains clean is remarkable, but if you follow some simple steps you can usually prevent the need for professional drain cleaning altogether. The main reason drains become clogged in the first place is because of the items we allow to get in there, so minimizing what goes in is the most important step. If you can keep cooking fat, hair, paper towels, pieces of soap and food particles out of your drains, you’ll be able to prevent most clogs.
Why Am I Having Trouble Breathing?
Stubborn drain clogs can also result in breathing difficulties if the water is allowed to stand there for too long. Like any standing water, water that is in your drain and not moving can attract bacteria and mold that may affect the breathing of children or elderly people living in your home. If you notice that members of your household are having breathing issues and you can’t pinpoint a cause, don’t discount the possibility of a drain clog being the culprit.
If your drains are moving slowly, or if they have stopped moving altogether, call Cardinal Plumbing at (703) 997-1120 in Sterling, Alexandria, Reston, and Northern VA and the surrounding area and we will provide a quick solution.