How To Resolve Clogged Drains in Toronto

clogged drainDepending on the severity of your clogged drain, it can range from a major plumbing problem to a minor annoyance. It can be hard to determine how much repairs are going to cost without knowing the full extent of the problem. Perhaps there is just a small clog, perhaps you need an entire Toronto drain replacement. There are a number of factors that will help determine what is needed.

The severity of the clog

It is true that some drain opening liquids can help resolve minor clogs. A professional plumber might be needed to help snake your drain in the event of more serious blockages. Remember that most plumbing companies charge by the hour, meaning that the more difficult the clog is, the more it is likely to cost.

The number of clogs

A single clogged drain could be the result of objects or hairs being caught in the drain. If you have a number of different clogged drains, chances are that you have an issue with the branch drain line or the fixture and main line.

One example of a multiple drain clog might be the fact that while doing laundry, you notice that water appears on your bathroom floor. If there are multiple drains that need to be repaired or if there are issues with the main line, you should expect the overall costs to rise a bit.

Removing parts

If the pipes below your sink need to be taken apart or your toilet needs to be removed, chances are that your clogged drain repair is going to be more expensive. The high cost is often attributed to a more complicated clog.

The cause of the clog

It is important to look at the cause of the clog as well. Pipe corrosion is one of the potential causes. These offer the perfect environment for clogs. The corrosion often occurs because of improper installation, bacteria, suspended solids, the presence of salt or sulfates, or low or high pH. A complete Toronto drain replacement might be necessary if the pipes are entirely corroded.

Maintain your drain

If you want to be able to reduce the cost to repair a clogged drain in the future, flush your drains regularly with hot water and baking soda. This is going to reduce the buildup of solids into the pipe, which means that you might avoid troubles with your drain altogether. A little maintenance today can go a long way.

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