Our McAdenville Drain Cleaning team is fully trained, experienced, and equipped with special equipment that allows us to clean all drains in a professional and timely manner.
Once your drain is cleaned or repaired, we will also provide you with some tips on how to avoid such situations in the future and keep your drains in good condition. Just remember that using products from the grocery shop to clean the drains is not the best option because they can damage the pipes.
Whenever you need the help of a reliable drain contractor in McAdenville, NC, you should turn to Superior Plumbing and Drains, LLC. We will be happy to lend you a helping hand and expect your calls at (704) 813-2888!
Clearing out a sewer line takes between one and two hours while replacing it takes between four and eight hours.
We train and verify each employee to ensure you are getting the best plumber for the job.
We are licensed, bonded, and insured to complete any plumbing task with our professional 24-hour plumbers.
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McAdenville Drain Cleaning
McAdenville, NC is a small town in Gaston County, North Carolina. It is located between Gastonia and Charlotte, NC. McAdenville is commonly known as Christmas Town USA due to its traditions of lighting up the town every year for Christmas. As of 2019, the town was made up of 673 citizens. Superior Plumbing and Drains, LLC has a lot of great customers in the area.
You most likely have a clog or are interested in learning more about them if you are here. Whether your sink, toilet, or entire house is clogged, we can assist you. One of the most urgent problems to fix is clogged drains, right up there with summertime AC failure. They might stop you from using the restroom, taking a shower, doing the dishes, or even washing your hands. There are a variety of things that might cause clogs, such as grease in the sink, “flushable wipes,” tampons, roots, sagging pipes, hair, and occasionally even children’s toys. If you have an emergency, call us, your 24-hour plumber, as we have plumbers ready on call.
Your sewer pipes’ biggest problem is grease. especially if it is placed in a septic tank. When grease is poured down your drain, it will condense and harden in the p-traps and along the bottom of the pipe, making it more difficult for solids to pass by and creating an obstruction that necessitates cleaning. If the grease buildup is severe enough, replacing the line might be the only option to get it clean. Along with using anti-grease soap, hot water can also be poured down the drain to clean it. It dissolves in the water and is washed away with the aid of soap. Septic tanks, though, are distinct. The grease will still condense in your pipes and p-traps, yes. It may solidify when it gets to your septic tank and prevent the draining, resulting in a standstill. It will occasionally find its way into your drain fills, which cannot be cleaned by a machine. Because of the thousands of dollars in potential repair charges, you will have to personally dig them up. Never pour grease down a septic tank line, according to advice. Grease is one of the main contributors to the numerous septic tank issues that McAdenville, North Carolina is plagued with.
Flushable wipes are another huge issue. Although they are technically flushable, they are one of the most common reasons for drain issues. Someone might read a box that says “flushable” without taking into account the fact that they are not broken down in the sewage system like toilet paper. They stick to pipe bends, generating clogs that inevitably get bigger and bigger until you call us. Another aspect of the problem is tampons. They have a very high potential for clogging your toilet when flushed down the toilet. These are comparable to “flushable wipes” in that they will also stick to obstructions and accumulate.
Most clogs can be removed by inserting a hair snake into the drain and rodding them out. We would need to unclog the p-trap and remove the clog within if we were called out. You must be a licensed plumber or be employed by one in order to perform this type of work. Due to the sewer gases that are leaking and are hazardous to breathe, a permit must be obtained. If the p-trap were to be removed without the guidance of a plumber, you might be at risk since the water barrier that the p-trap creates shields you from the sewer gases.
We utilize what is known as a toilet auger, which has a cable on the end that is about 6 feet long and long enough to get past the toilet and hit anything in the way, for bigger problems like a clogged toilet. We need to employ a 150-pound or more drain machine for bigger problems, including a clogged drain that is in your entire home. To clear the line, we will either use a cleanout in the yard or open up your highest fixture, such as a toilet or roof vent. You may have roots or a belly (sagging pipe) in your main sewer line if it is frequently clogged. To permanently solve the problem, these problems must be fixed; you can only get rid of the roots or fix the sag by digging up the pipe and doing the necessary repairs.
When your sewer line is not properly “bedded” in the dirt, a section of the dirt that was not properly compacted causes the pipe to sag. This is known as a belly. In essence, it never fully formed, causing the dirt to slump. It permits the pipe to droop along with the earth above it having no structure. If not done properly, a belly can occur the day it was installed. Most homeowners are unaware of what occurs in the sewer system and typically don’t care. After cleaning a line that has frequently blocked, we advise videotaping it to check that there are no roots in the line and that the pipes are not sagging. You’ll undoubtedly save time and money by fixing the problem right away rather than having to pay to clean it repeatedly. which usually calls for us to replace the pipe section that is sagging.
When sewage seeps into the ground through a small opening, roots start to develop. When plants become aware of the nutrient-rich water, they will start to grow in the direction the water is coming from. Even if just a single root gets through, it will start to spread and get bigger as it feeds on your sewage like a flame on gasoline. The growth won’t stop unless you fix that portion. When a pipe is completely surrounded by roots, absolutely nothing can pass through it. In these situations, every time a drain is opened by a machine. It just serves to open a brief doorway. When roots are this large, they regenerate almost immediately. In the plumbing industry, we constantly say, “If you’re going to do it, do it right.”
Sewer Camera Inspection
Most of you would wish to keep from ever seeing the inside of your pipes. The simplest way to find out if your line has any roots, bellys, or breaks is to have a sewer inspection done. If the line is clogged, we must clear it first to find the right access. With our cutting-edge locating tool, we can pinpoint the obstruction if we see one and learn how deep the line is there. With this equipment, we can pinpoint any sewer obstruction with ease. Or you could get a free inspection every year with our Superior Service Agreement!
A sewage jetter is a high-pressure hose that can cut through any obstruction and is inserted into the sewer line at pressures between 3000 and 5000 psi. The toughest impediment can be overcome with this amount of pressure. Jetters are dispatched to clear lines that don’t have roots encroaching on them and that need adequate cleaning. Although they effectively cut through them, they still come back very quickly. In other words, you’re wasting money on a fix rather than a thorough repair. Jetters are also quite effective in commercial plumbing applications. Jetters are your greatest option for clearing out the debris in your pipework in factories and mills, restaurants, and other locations with grease-filled lines. It’s a relatively quick operation that produces immediate benefits.
If you’re in need of our McAdenville Drain Cleaning services, contact us today! Superior Plumbing and Drains, LLC is located in Gastonia, NC.
“Folks at Superior Plumbing do a great job and have a excellent attention to detail. Holden does good quality work and is a great communicator in an engagement. I’d highly recommend the company.” – Christopher Christy
“Our toilet was overflowing, and we reached out to Superior Plumbing to help us. Que came out first thing and got it done. He was very professional and did a great job. This might just be me, but one other thing I really liked was that he left the bathroom clean. Thank you so much for the quick response and thank you Que for everything.” – Himani Sharma
“I was looking for a plumber so I gave Superior Plumbing and Drains a call and I’m happy I did. The office staff was great and Que, the plumber they sent, was more than I could ask for. He was on time, knowledgeable and gave me a good deal. I will be using them for future projects.” – Kimberly Dawson
If your drains got clogged and water can’t get through them or you are smelling an odor, give us a call or fill out the contact form and we’ll get your drains working properly asap.
Causes: The most common culprits are grease poured down the kitchen sink drain as well as food particles, hair in the shower drain, soap, etc. All of these things can get stuck on the side of the drain pipe and clog it, which can lead to some serious problems. This is why, whenever you notice that the water is not draining as fast as it used to or it’s backing up, you will have to call a drain contractor. You can hire one from our company and get your drains clean within a short amount of time.
If the issue is only a clog then we can knock it out within an hour, at most two hours.
How much do your services cost?
We charge a $45 service fee to give an estimate which will be waived at the time of work. Our prices for drain cleaning begin at $175 depending on the time to knock it out and the size of the pipe. This price is not set and must be determined by a professional before an accurate price is given.
How do I prevent the issue from happening again?
Do not pour grease down sink
Do not put uneaten food into garbage disposal
Do not flush “flushable wipes”
Take it easy on the toilet paper
Do not flush tampons
Clean hair out of your drain
If these methods do not work then you may have a break or roots in your sewer line. This requires us to replace the section of pipe that is damaged.
At Superior Plumbing and Drains, LLC, we always look for ways to help our customers. No matter if it’s through a variety of plumbing options or ways to pay their bill. We have teamed up with Wells Fargo to offer you some great financing options, subject to credit approval, on your next plumbing project!
Superior Plumbing and Drains, LLC is now offering a $50 Referral Bonus to any plumbing jobs over $500! If you refer someone whose plumbing job totals $500 or more, we will write you a $50 check!
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