Reliable Drain And Sewer Cleaning In El Cajon
Whether It’s A Sink, Bathtub Or Toilet, We’ll Unclog It – Anytime!
Sometimes, emergencies just happen at the most inconvenient moments. A clogged drain can happen when you least expect it, which usually means it’s not during normal business hours. But that’s no problem for Zoom Drain of San Diego, because if you’re experiencing a clogged sink, bathtub, toilet or shower – or any other wastewater issue in your home or business – we can solve the problem fast and right away. Whether it’s in the afternoon, or in the middle of the night, we always have a human ready to assist you on the phone, not an annoying robot, and one of our experts on call to get your drains flowing their best again. That’s right! 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, we’re committed to solving any of your drain and sewer issues.
When emergencies happen at bizarre hours, it’s best to not let them go and you can rest assured that you don’t have to wait to try and save a buck or two. Zoom Drain never charges any additional fees for work most others consider “off hours,” including nights, weekends and holidays. Our background-checked experts, who undergo extensive in-house training before ever heading out on a service call, will come out and diagnose the problem with a video sewer inspection and from there they’ll be able to present you with the best possible solutions, which could include a drain cleaning with our high-pressure water jetter or clog-cutting powersnake.
What Are Some Of The Most Common Causes Of Clogs?
Drain and sewer clogs can come in all different shapes, sizes and forms. Thankfully, we always have the equipment on our fully-stocked service trucks to get rid of anything that might be blocking your line, no matter how severe it might be. Sometimes clogs are caused by years of buildup on your pipe’s walls, which then begins to catch debris, other times clogs are caused by something that’s been flushed or washed down the drain – or sometimes it’s caused by nature.
Here are some of the most common clogs El Cajon residents have experienced:
- Oil And Grease
- Egg Shells
- Baby Wipes
- Hygiene Products
- Tree Roots