Category: Drains

No plumbing system is complete without good drainage, but too many homeowners mistreat their drains and sewer lines. Learn how to avoid the biggest mistakes and get the most out of your drains. You can also call us any time for drain cleaning in Concord and other areas.

We also offer hydrojetting services for main line clogs and tougher drain clogs.

6 Ways to Prevent Drain Clogs

One of the most annoying things that can happen in your home is a clog in your drain. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to prevent these very common problems. Below we are going to look at some of the ways that you can avoid the problems of clogs in your drains and

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Help! My Shower Drain is Slow but Not Clogged

When you’re taking a shower and find yourself in standing water to your ankles, it’s time for a plumbing intervention. A shower drain that is slow but not clogged can and should be fixed. If not, that slow draining may stop altogether. Here’s what you need to know about your shower’s potential problems and how

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Help! My Shower Drain Smells Like Cabbage!

Hey…hey guys…? My shower drain smells weird. Like, it’s all musty and gross and it smells like cabbage. It’s not supposed to smell like that, right? Can anyone tell me why my shower drain smells musty…and like cabbage…or rotten eggs…or sulfur…or sewage…? It’s not supposed to smell like anything! That’s gross!!! Actually Dude, That’s Growth

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Does Shaving in the Shower Clog the Drain?

Does shaving in the shower clog the drain? While you may want to attribute shower drain clogs to longer hairs from your female family member’s heads, single men may know better. The truth is that shaving in the shower can clog it too, even though the hair from your face or legs is much shorter

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Why Your Plumbing Smells

Your pipes should not smell, and if they do, it means something is causing them to stink. If you have been dealing with bad odors coming from your sink, it may be time to figure out the issue and fix it. Your plumbing should be odorless, never emitting any smells, but if they are, it

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