Serving Mamaroneck, Yonkers, New Rochelle & All Of Westchester County
Is your drain backed up? Are sinks throughout your home draining slowly? Call Pro Drain Inc. We offer free estimates to help you identify the problem and provide you with an upfront cost to take care of the problem. Our Westchester County sewer and drain cleaning professionals specialize only in taking care of clogs, meaning you get faster service and a more competitive price.
Depending on which sink is developing the clog, the reasons can vary. If your kitchen sink is the one that keeps experiencing the issue, the most likely culprit is food waste and grease that were unable to be properly broken down by your garbage disposal, resulting in a clog. While bathroom sink clogs are typically caused by hair, soap residue, or other debris falling down the drain, building up and eventually leading to a clog. Regardless of which sink is clogging, recurring issues are usually an indication that a professional drain cleaning is needed
Common Signs That Your Drains Need A Professional Cleaning:
- If Your Drains Have Started to Develop an Odor -
Strange odors are always a good sign that your sink may need some drain cleaning. Built up food in the drainage pipes could be sitting their rotting leaving a most unpleasant smell each time you go to use the kitchen sing. If you notice these mysterious odors, give our expert Westchester County drain cleaning team a call.
- If you hear gurgling or similar noises coming from the sinks or toilets -
Odd sounds don't always give us cause for alarm. But, a gurgling noise coming from your toilet or drain, should be a red flag for you to take action. This sound is usually associated with an issue of air in your drain.
- If your toilets begin overflowing -
Do your toilets overflow often? If this is the case, you may need to call our professional drain cleaning technicians to come and assess the situation. This could be a sewer drain issue and cause your toilets not to flush properly as well as over flow often.
- If several drains throughout your property are clogging at the same time -
Multiple clogged drains inside your home can be a real problem. A main sewer clog can be part of the issue as to why your all the drains in your home seem to be clogging. If you notice this contact our plumbing experts immediately.
If you are experiencing any of the above issues, reach out to a professional sewer and drain cleaning expert right away. Leaving a clog as is can eventually lead to a blockage, resulting in mold, flooding, or even health hazards. The experts at Pro Drain Inc. can evaluate your drains and provide a lasting solution.
How to keep Drain Pipes Clean?
To best keep you drain pipes cleaned, you should aim to have regular drain and plumbing maintenance on your pipes. This help catch problems early and help maintain healthy drain pipes all year long. During this time, you can also ask any plumbing questions. Licensed plumbers, like our very own want to ensure families live more comfortably so getting regular maintenance would be in your best interest.
“I had a problem with a clogged drain that the usual Do It Yourself approach would not resolve. TJ showed up on time, quickly diagnosed the problem, and cleared the drain pipe. Communications from the Get Go were top notch and professional, and TJ was easy to work with making sure we understood the how the job would be done. We are very picky about contractors we use and TJ has more than earned a spot on out list of people we would work with again as well as recommend to friends.”Bob F.
Our Team Has Many Tools To Solve Your Drain Problem, Including:
- Electric drain cleaning machines
- High-power cameras that can enter your sewer or drain line
- Locators able to pinpoint a damaged section of pipe
- High-velocity water jet machine which scrubs the interior of your drain with high-pressure water
Having your drains regularly cleaned is another great way to prevent clogs. Drain cleaning is a simple service where a professional scrubs the inside of your drain lines, removing any built up debris which may contribute to the formation of a clog. Having this service done every year or two can help you avoid the hassle of a clog and keep your home running smoothly. In addition we also provide professional drain jetting services.
How to Prevent Clogged Drains
Clogged drains are pretty much a fact of life: they’re going to happen at some point, and there’s really no way to avoid it. However, by taking a few preventative measures, you can reduce the chances of a clog forming and even slow the formation process. And it’s so much easier than you may have ever thought—by simply being careful what you put down the drain, you can avoid the hassle and stress of a slow or clogged drain as well as save the cost of having the clog removed.
A Few Things You Should Avoid Putting Down The Drain, Include:
- Starchy foods (flour, bread, potato skins)
- Stringy foods (asparagus, corn husks)
- Shells (eggshells, shrimp shells)
- Large amounts of hair
- Excessive solid waste (toilet paper, hygiene products)