What Kinds of Clogs?
Clogs in your Minneapolis drain pipes can come from a number of sources, but no single clog is quite like any other. In the bathroom, for instance, it can be formed by toothpaste (which can harden to cement–like consistency in your drains), soap, make–up, hair (which can combine with other components to make a nasty clog indeed) and even inappropriate objects like toys which small children can flush down the toilet.
In the kitchen, it’s much different: often related to food or other components associated with meal preparation: potato peelings, used food particles, and the like. That means that every clog encountered in your home is likely composed of something different. The professionals at American Eagle Plumbing, Inc. can unclog your drain by addressing the specific nature of the clog, instead of adopting some generalized solution that only partially does the job.
Repairs Can Be More Extensive?
Clogs are the most common problems with drainage pipes, but not the only ones. When leaks or breaches spring up, the pipes need to be repaired or replaced quickly, lest the leaking water result in a health issue in your home. That can often mean big problems, which is why a trained plumber is the only way to go.
Our professional team handles more extensive drainage pipe repairs with the same care and consideration we bring to the simpler task of unclogging your drains. If you’re concerned that your drainage pipes have become damaged and want a plumber with the right skills and tools to deal with the issue the right way, give us a call today!
Why Go With a Professional Service?
Many issues surrounding drainage pipes here in Minneapolis involve clogs, which aren’t uncommon considering how much waste gets disposed of down there. From food particles in your kitchen drains to soap, toothpaste and makeup in the bathroom drains, materials are routinely rinsed away that can result in a nasty back–up.
The problem is that most people turn to store–bought solutions to handle it, which often only partially solve the problem while creating others to deal with as well. Store–bought drain cleaners, for instance, adopt a one–size–fits–all approach to the problem, and can damage the pipes themselves as well as leaving chunks of the clog in place to quickly rebuild. Instead, trust our professional team to take care of the problem the right way, and avoid that kind of damage to your pipes.