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Our Top 3 Solutions for Drain Clogs in Memphis

Posted on October 29, 2015 by admin in Drain Cleaning

When drain clogs in Memphis begin to run roughshod on your home’s plumbing, you need to take care of it immediately or else be prepared to experience plenty of headaches in the future. While some clogs can simply be fixed by the use of a plunger, tougher, more complicated clogs Continue Reading →

Liquid Drain Cleaning Chemicals in Memphis FAQ

Posted on November 28, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Frequently Asked Questions about Chemical Drain Cleaners
Q: Should I use chemical drain cleaning substances to fight drain clogs?

A: This is a question we get all the time and although there are isolated incidents in which folks find (usually temporary) success with chemical drain cleaners like Drano or Liquid Plumber, in Continue Reading →

Tree Roots and Drains in Memphis FAQ

Posted on November 26, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Frequently Asked Questions about Tree Roots in Sewer Lines
Q: What is the most common cause of sewer line damage or clogs?

A: Tree roots, by far. These sinister, creeping tendrils will strangle your vulnerable pipes until they’re so squeezed and overgrown that nothing can flow through. Even the smallest crack or Continue Reading →

Sewer Backups in Memphis FAQ

Posted on November 24, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Frequently Asked Questions About Sewer Backups
Q: What exactly is a sewer backup and what causes them?

A: When wastewater flowing away from your home toward the sewer main (by gravity or pressure) encounters a blockage in the sewer line, this can cause a back-up through your floor drains, toilets and other Continue Reading →

General Drain Cleaning in Memphis FAQ

Posted on November 18, 2014 by admin in Drain Cleaning

Q. What can I do in terms of regular maintenance to keep my drains from clogging? 
A. Well for starters, fill up kitchen sinks and laundry tub lines with hot water and let it drain. This allows the pipe to fill with water instead of just letting it hit the bottom Continue Reading →