Cabling or snaking a drain might be the first line of defense against a blocked sink. A long, flexible metal coil can be inserted into drain pipes and spun at high speeds to remove obstructions like hair and other debris. Some folks think you can snake any drain, toilet, shower, whatever. This is not so. Best to call a pro and get it done right the first time. It’ll save money in the long run. At Savannah Thompson and Thompson we know all the different techniques needed to tackle different drains. We can snake:
It’s important to remember, snaking a drain by yourself can be dangerous. It’s always better to call a licensed plumber who can assess and diagnose with precision, accuracy and safety. To learn more about Sewer Camera Inspection in Savannah, Ga, Click Here!
Hydrojetting is the process of shooting a high pressure stream of water at 4-18 gallons per minute into pipes to clear build up of any kind. Hydrojetting removes harder to budge debris (including roots from trees) that a typical snake cannot and essentially pressure washing the inside of your pipe. Hydrojetting can clean longer sections of pipe compared to regular snaking and the technique is powerful enough to dislodge any material without toxic chemicals that harm the environment of Georgia. To learn more about Hydro Jetting in Savannah, Ga, Click Here!
A slow drain left untreated will only get worse. The old plumber’s saying goes “Just because it goes down the drain doesn’t mean it’s gone”, and it’s true. Your pipes can jam up and hold a lot of debris that can slow your water flow terribly. Store bought chemical solutions don’t work and they are horrible for the environment. Even worse, they can cause noxious fumes or even an explosion.