A clogged drain can happen when you least expect it. The sudden backup of sewage in your sink, bathtub, or other drain is disgusting. That’s why Go Direct is available to take calls 24/7 from Denver area homeowners at 303.288.0039.
Grease, hair, food waste, paper products, and any mix of materials can cause a clogged drain. You may have tried a plunger, toxic drain cleaners, or a drain snake to clear the clog. Even if they worked, the solution may only be temporary. If your drains are clogging on a regular basis, there could be a more serious problem with your pipes.
Clogs occur when something is blocking the inside of a pipe, and materials collect around the blockage. It could be buildup on the sides of pipe walls or tree roots breaking into the pipe in search of water and nutrients, The clogs could also develop because of misaligned, deteriorating or broken pipes allowing materials to collect and block the flow of sewage away from your home. If you have a sewer cleanout near the clog, you may be able to get a closer look yourself.
Until the underlying problem is solved, frequent clogs can continue to occur. Go Direct uses a sewer camera to examine the clogged drain in your metro Denver home. Because the sewer camera is pushed through your sewer pipes on a sewer snake, we can locate problems all the way out to your main sewer line.
We will recommend the best way to fix the clogged drain based on the underlying cause of the clog. For clogs, including those caused by tree roots, we can use a sewer snake to solve the problem. If we find narrowing of your pipes because of scale or grease buildup, we may recommend sewer jetting to remove buildup and clogs. If we find significant damage to your sewer lines, we may recommend sewer line repairor replacement.
Make environmentally friendly choices when disposing of waste.
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