Clogged Drains FAQ

What causes clogged drains?

Clogged drains can be caused by various things, such as hair, grease, food particles, soap scum, and foreign objects that accidentally went down the drain.

How can I prevent clogged drains?

You can prevent clogged drains by disposing of food waste properly, using a drain strainer to catch hair and debris, and avoiding pouring grease or oil down the drain.

How can I unclog a drain?

You can use a plunger or a drain snake to unclog a drain. You can also try pouring boiling water or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar down the drain to break up the clog.

When should I call a plumber for a clogged drain?

You should call a plumber for a clogged drain if the clog persists despite your efforts to unclog it, if multiple drains are clogged at the same time, or if you notice any strange odors or noises coming from the drain.

How much does it cost to fix a clogged drain?

The cost to fix a clogged drain varies depending on the severity of the clog and the location of the drain. It can range from a few dollars for a plunger or drain snake to a few hundred dollars for a professional plumber’s services.