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If you have a clogged drain in your house, whether a kitchen sink, a shower, or a toilet, what do you do?
- Grab a plunger and try to force the clog out.
- Take a drain snake (drain auger) and try to break apart the clog.
- Pour chemical drain cleaner down the drain.
- Call a professional for drain cleaning.
The first two are good instincts, and we definitely recommend you try them. For simple clogs, they’ll often work. The third is an unfortunately common reaction, and one we wish people would banish from their minds. Chemical drain cleaners are harmful to drains, people, and the environment.
The fourth choice is the only choice that’s guaranteed to get your drain unclogged, so if the plunger and the drain snake won’t do the job, call our professionals and we’ll see the clog is removed with professional drain cleaning in Lubbock, TX.
In our previous blog post, we talked about how to protect your kitchen plumbing during the holiday season, citing FOG (fats, oils, and grease) as one of the leading causes of kitchen sink drain clogs.
This is true, but this isn’t the only type of drain clog you’ll ever need to worry about. The truth is, your plumbing system can suffer from a variety of different types of drain clogs, all of them varying in severity.
Read on as we uncover some of the most common causes for a clogged drain and what to do–and not to do–about them.