Are You Plugged Up or Is Your Flow Just a Little Slow?

Are You Plugged Up or Is Your Flow Just a Little Slow?

The answer to that question can be the difference between drain cleaning versus drain clearing. They’re not the same, even though some people use the words interchangeably. Understanding the difference between the two will help you maintain your plumbing system. For one of them, you might need to call the Eco Plumbers, Electricians, and HVAC Technicians. For the other one, you might not.

Drain cleaning is a preventative measure that you can take to maintain the health of your plumbing system.The primary goal of drain cleaning is to maintain the smooth flow of water through your plumbing system, reducing the likelihood of clogs and preventing potential issues before they occur. You can keep your pipes and drains clean with high-pressure water or an enzyme cleaner that remove buildup. In fact, Eco Plumbers uses an enzyme cleaner product, EcoDrain.

Back to your slow flow. Hydro-jetting is a high-pressure method that uses a specialized nozzle to blast away grease, soap scum, mineral deposits, and whatever else is clinging to your pipes and drains. Your neighbor might have a drain snake hanging in his garage, and that might dispose of your problem if it’s not too serious. Chemical drain cleaners are also popular because you can purchase them in the grocery store and use them easily. These products are designed to dissolve backups caused by hair, soap, and food particles. You do have to be careful (and we don’t recommend them) because they can be harmful to your pipes and to the environment. That is why your Eco Plumber will use EcoDrain!

EcoDrain is Mother Nature’s drain cleaner. It uses non-toxic bacteria and enzymes to break down all the crap in your pipes. It prevents recurring clogs, and it eliminates odors. You can buy a bottle from your visiting Eco Plumber.

Drain clearing is when your pipes are already clogged up and, most likely, beyond your expertise and is essentially the process of removing the obstruction to restore proper water flow.

Drain clearing is required when you have a blockage that you can’t eliminate. That’s when you need to call the Eco Plumbers who will use drain-clearing tools and techniques to physically remove the obstruction.

When an Eco Plumber visits to clear your drain or pipe, he’s going to have to use some equipment that’s a little out of your league. You might have tree roots or another solid obstruction impacting your pipes.

He might use a drain snake or an auger. These tools often have a cutting blade attached to a flexible cable, and it’s inserted into the drain to cut through stubborn clogs. A heavy-duty plunger might be employed to create pressure changes in the pipe to dislodge the clog.

If you are unsure of which service you need, it’s always a good idea to consult with a professional, please don’t hesitate to contact the Eco Plumbers, Electricians, and HVAC Technicians. We’d be happy to help get your drains flowing freely. Contact us

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