Serving Anderson County And Surrounding Areas
At Carroll Plumbing, we’re proud of our craft as plumbers. That begins with the most common plumbing repair need: drain repair. Drains are a marvel of engineering. They have a long history of helping humans move water out of homes and other buildings for thousands of years. As plumbing specialists in Anderson County and the surrounding area, we have a history with drains ourselves. We have been helping homeowners keep their drains flowing smoothly for over 20 years.
Drain Repair Experts
Drains are such a basic part of our home plumbing system that we often take them for granted. Like most things we take for granted, it’s a huge disruption when our drains are clogged. It affects our ability to take care of ourselves in the most basic ways. When drains are unusable, you may be unable to shower, wash dishes, brush your teeth, wash your hands, and more. That’s why it’s so important to get drains repaired immediately when they clog or back up.
We Repair Clogged Drains
The most common type of drain problem is a clog. This happens when debris such as hair or small objects become lodged in your drain pipe. You know that you have a clog if water is draining very slowly or backing up into your sink, tub, or toilet. Often you can clear these clogs yourself with basic tools. However, if the clog is farther down the pipe than you can reach, you will need to get help from a plumber. Additionally, if you have recurring clogs, you may not be clearing the whole clog each time. We can help you get to the root of the problem.
Sometimes a clog can happen very far down your drain, into the main drain system rather than in the fixtures from one room or basin. This could be your issue if you have multiple clogged drains at the same time. Another symptom is backup around floor drains and foul odor. This type of clog is not repairable at home. You will need to call a reputable plumber like Carroll Plumbing to help you fix this issue.
We Clean and Repair Slow Drains
Slow drains can be caused by a buildup of residue in the pipes. Over time, grease, soap scum, and other minerals can build up around the walls of your drain pipes. This creates a smaller area for the water to move through, which slows drainage down. When this happens, you need a professional plumber to come to clean your pipes thoroughly so water can move freely again.
Occasionally drain pipes wear out and crack or break. This could be your issue if you are seeing leaking or flooding under your sink or on the floor around your tub or toilet. It could also be to blame if you are seeing water anywhere it doesn’t belong. It’s never fun to think about having to replace such expensive and essential plumbing, so when you do, make sure you are choosing experienced professionals who you can trust to get it right the first time.
Carroll Plumbing is Your Drain Repair Partner
Carroll Plumbing has been a trusted provider of plumbing repair services in Anderson County and the surrounding area since 1998. Our technicians are trained and licensed to provide the best quality service. They’re also focused on providing top-notch service to our customers. Give us a call today to get started on your drain repair.