Signs of Clogged Drains
The most obvious sign of a clogged drain is water on your floor. However, more subtle signs indicate a problem waiting to happen. These may include:
- Slow draining
- Water coming up after going down
- Toilet bowl water bubbles when you run the sink
- Gurgling sounds after running a washing machine or dishwasher
- Unpleasant odor for kitchen sink, disposal, or toilet
When to Call a Plumbing Professional
Our plumbers are experts at resolving any type of clogged drain in your Louisville area home. If you are concerned about some of the warning signs you are seeing, give us a call and we can quickly resolve the issue to keep things flowing smoothly. If you have a severe leak, overflow, sewage backup, or complete loss of water, call an experienced drain cleaning service immediately before the situation causes structural damage.
It is also important to call a professional if you cannot find the source of the leak. Just because you cannot see the leak does not mean it’s not there, it only means it can cause significant damage while you search for the source. We provide the tools and years of expertise to find the leak and repair it before it causes permanent problems.
Emergency Drain Cleaning Services
If you have an emergency situation, immediately shut off the water valves throughout your house including the main water shutoff valve for your home and contact our professional plumbers. We respond to emergencies 24 hours a day in the Louisville, KY area to help protect the structure and contents of your home. Quick action in times of an emergency can mean the difference between mopping up a small mess and dealing with major water damage. Our plumbers are licensed, professional, and have the industry experience to handle any problem any time.
Don’t let a clogged drain ruin your day, preventive maintenance protects your home and keeps your entire plumbing system healthy and functioning as it should. We provide a simple plumbing maintenance program to clean your pipes to prevent buildup of hair, sand, rust, grease, and minerals from hard water. Over time, these elements begin to corrode your pipes and causes clogs or breakage. A regular maintenance program is the best way to prevent expensive future repairs.