Naples Drain Cleaning

Drain Cleaning in Naples, FL

Call the Experts at Aztec Plumbing & Drains!

If you’ve got a drain that’s particularly slow or stopped completely, having to rearrange your life to avoid using it can be a headache. These clogs never seem to appear at a good time, and to make matters worse they can actually cause even greater damage to your plumbing if they’re not removed quickly. Whether you’ve got a complete and total blockage of one of your drains, or you’re just tired of your sink or shower going down slowly, you need the Naples drain cleaning service experts from Aztec Plumbing & Drains to make sure the job gets done right.

At Aztec Plumbing & Drains, your home is our number-one priority. When it comes to caring for your plumbing, we believe you shouldn’t settle for less than the absolute best care and service available, and that’s what we make it a point to offer.

We have the latest tools to service all different types of drain issues effectively, and we make sure that they are clean, clear, and flowing freely again without the risk of the clog returning anytime soon. Whether the clog is a small one in your bathroom sink or a serious blockage behind your garbage disposal in your kitchen, you can trust us to break up the clog, clean the walls of your drain pipes, and restore your life back to normal. We can even help you in an emergency situation with round-the-clock services for those urgent matters, and we never charge extra for night or weekend services!

Leave the drain clog removal to the Naples drain cleaning experts at Aztec Plumbing & Drains! Call us at (239) 232-2012 today to request your service.

We Handle All Types of Drain Clogs

Aztec Plumbing & Drains is your local drain cleaning and clog removal specialist, and we wouldn’t have that title if we couldn’t handle just about any type of clog your drains are dealing with. We can handle everything from the most typical and normal of causes to the most unique, serious, and difficult clogs get rid of.

Our Naples plumbers handle even the most serious clogs, including:

  • Tree root intrusion
  • Rock intrusion from broken pipes
  • Solid material (cotton balls & sanitary wipes)
  • Waste & grime clogs
  • Food accumulation
  • Hair & scum

Hydrojet Your Clogs Away!

Got a stubborn clog that’s impacting multiple drains in your house? This is usually because the clog is located further down your drain line, requiring a more serious and heavier-duty solution. We offer hydrojetting services, which use a specialized tool to blast clogs with extremely high-pressure water, which obliterates them and washes them away! This eliminates the need for costly pipe replacement and leaves the walls of your plumbing looking almost as clean as the day they were installed!

Ways to Keep Your Drains From Clogging

  • Use a Drain Catch

Tons of drain clogs emerge because things that are prone for clogging drains find their way down the sink where they become lodged in your plumbing and slowly accumulate into a clog. Hair, lint, and other fine fibers are arguably the biggest offenders in this regard, and all of them can quickly and easily find their way down the drain because many people don’t have the appropriate filters. Using hair catches in your sinks and showers or tubs, plus a lint catch over your washing machine drain line can stop these substances from finding their way down the drain and clogging up your lines.

  • Be Careful What You Put Down the Drain

Your drains may seem like the easiest way to dispose of food waste, especially if you have a garbage disposal. This is particularly true for your kitchen: food waste going down the drain is a huge cause of obnoxious clogs, and many of these clogs form simply because someone put something down the drain that they really shouldn’t have. Even though you may have a garbage disposal that grinds up food waste for easy disposal, don’t put things like bacon or cooking grease, fibrous foods like asparagus, or even solid foods like eggshells down the drain, as they all are key contributors to clog formation, even if they’re ground up and flushed with hot water.

  • Don’t Use Your Toilet as a Disposal

Toilets allow you to dispose of waste in an easy and sanitary fashion, but they’re not a trash can and shouldn’t be treated as such. Solid waste such as cotton balls, tissue paper, makeup applicators, feminine hygiene products, and more are all things people believe can be disposed of with a simple flush, but this is far from true. These solid waste forms can contribute to a clog in your toilet that’s remarkably difficult to remove.

Contact Aztec Plumbing & Drains and let our professional team fix your clogged drain!

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