Drain Cleaning in Salt Lake City, UTScott Hale is your trusted source for Plumbing and HVAC services in Salt Lake City, UT
Drain Cleaning Services In Salt Lake City
If grease and food have clogged up your kitchen drain, we can get things flowing again. Toothpaste plugging up the bathroom sink? Shower and bath drain a hairy, scary mess? Call Scott Hale Plumbing, Heating & Air. We’ll have your sinks, toilets, and drains clean and working like new.
Toilets can get plugged up with anything from excess toilet paper to your kid’s toys. Whatever the clog, Scott Hale Plumbing, Heating & Air is right for the job.
When Does a Clog Require a Professional Drain Cleaning?
For some simple clogs, you may be able to clear the obstruction on your own using a plunger, plumber’s snake, or a consumer product like Drano or Liquid Plumber. For tougher clogs, you may need to call in professional help from Scott Hale Plumbing, Drains, Heating & Air Salt Lake City, UT plumbers.
A clogged kitchen sink is one of the most common problems we fix because the clog can build up slowly and catch the homeowner by surprise. You may notice that your kitchen sink is draining slowly after grease, food particles, dish soap and detergent form a plaque around the inner walls of your drain pipes, eventually stopping them up completely.
Our plumbing technicians will use professional equipment to clear your drain pipes without damage to your sink. And if you end up needing your faucets replaced, our team can help you with that, too.
Bathroom Sink, Shower, or Tub Drains
Shampoo and conditioner, soap residue, dirt, toothpaste, and hair are all substances that can eventually obstruct your bathroom sink, shower, or tub drains. Standing water in your shower is an indicator that your tub or shower drain is clogged. It could also be an indicator of something more serious, such as a broken pipe.
Regardless of the reason, call Scott Hale Plumbing, Drains, Heating & Air. Our friendly plumbing technicians will inspect and clean your drains, having them flow like new in no time.
If a plunger or plumber’s snake isn’t enough to clear your toilet drain’s obstruction, you will need to call a licensed plumber to handle your clogged toilet and get it flowing freely again. And before you go as far as replacing your toilet, consider giving our professional drain cleaners a call.
Whether the source of the problem is excess tissue or a curious child’s toy, Scott Hale Plumbing, Drains, Heating & Air has the equipment and expertise to fix it quickly.