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Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing problems that can occur in a house. Clogged drains can cause major problems in your kitchen or bathroom. Clogged drains can lead to plumbing problems such as slow draining bathtubs or showers, and unfinished cycles of clothes washers and dishwashers.
Call Sunrise Plumbing and Water Filtration today to unclog your drains. Our plumbing experts have the tools on hand to perform same-day service and are available 24 hrs every day for plumbing emergencies.
The most common causes of clogged drains are hair, food, and grease. Hair can build up in drains over time, especially in sinks that are used for shaving or washing hair. Food can also build up in drains, especially if it is not properly disposed of. Grease can also clog drains, especially if it is not allowed to cool down before it is poured down the drain.
There are a few things you can do to prevent your drains from clogging. First, you should always use a strainer in your sink to catch hair and food. Second, you should avoid pouring grease down the drain. If you do have to pour grease down the drain, make sure it is cool before you do so. Third, you should flush your drains with hot water regularly. This will help to keep the drains clean and prevent clogs from forming.
There are a few home remedies you can try to unclog your drain. One common remedy is to use a plunger. To use a plunger, place the plunger over the drain opening and push and pull vigorously. Another common remedy is to use baking soda and vinegar. To use baking soda and vinegar, pour 1 cup of baking soda down the drain, followed by 1 cup of vinegar. The baking soda and vinegar will react and create a fizzing action that can help to break up the clog.
If your home remedies don't work, you may need to call a plumber. A plumber will have the tools and experience to clear your clog quickly and efficiently.
The cost of having a plumber clear a clogged drain will vary depending on the severity of the clog and the location of the drain. However, you can expect to pay anywhere from $100 to $500.