If you’re contending with a clogged or slow-moving drain, reach out to the plumbing team at Cal’s Plumbing for drain cleaning in Vail, AZ. A slow drain is more than just an annoying nuisance. Absent professional drain service, your clogged drain can ultimately lead to a major obstruction in your plumbing system that causes a lot of damage and costs much more to fix. Cal’s Plumbing and our team of pro plumbers are eager to deploy to your Vail home with the latest and best tools and technology to clear any obstructions and get things working as they should once more.
Better Business Bureau
"Cal’s Plumbing has the most knowledgeable staff which gives me a comfort zone knowing that what they say, and do, and charge will be fair. Plus, Billy A. is the best plumbing technician in all of Tucson. So, I am a very happy customer!"
Your plumbing is a well-oiled machine—until it’s not. Clogs form easily, no matter how proactive you are about keeping them at bay. Things like food scraps, mineral buildup, oil, fat, grease, and even hair can combine to form a nasty obstruction that slows down the flow of water—or impedes it completely. Luckily, with the right intervention—professional drain cleaning service—most clogs are fairly easy to clear.
Keep your eye out for these signs that you have a partial or totally clogged drain:
Foul odors from drain
Standing water in tub/sink
Gurgling sounds from drain
If you notice that your tub, shower, or sink seems to drain more slowly than usual, then chances are good that there is an obstruction somewhere in the drainpipe leading from that drain. You may observe water standing in the tub or sink, waiting to make its way slowly from the drain.
Sometimes a drain that’s obstructed either totally or partially may emit a foul odor that you can detect coming from the drain. This is due to the gunk that’s built up in the drain (and that’s causing water to flow more slowly or not at all). As water moves past or is blocked by the clog, there may be an audible “gurgle” due to the hampered flow or as the water makes its way through the narrowed pipe.
Our team at Cal’s Plumbing typically uses a video camera to inspect your pipe system and locate the problem-causing clog. Two basic drain cleaning methods are usually employed to break up clogs, including a heavy-duty drain snake or auger that is “snaked” through the pipe and used to physically remove the blockage. The other is a process known as hydro jetting, which uses high-pressure water to break up and remove hard blockages, including those caused by mineral deposits.
Vail Drain Service
Clogged drains can result in significant damage if left in place. We’ve been offering local plumbing services since 1948, so you can trust us to get the job done right. Our BBB-accredited plumbers can usually break up clogs on the first drain cleaning service request with minimal trouble, so your plumbing system is restored to normal working order quickly.
The troublesome clog is not going to go away on its own. Contact Cal’s Plumbing now to arrange drain cleaning service in Vail.