MARYLAND TUB DRAIN SERVICES
IS THE WATER IN YOUR TUB NOT GOING DOWN? CALL US!
Clogged tub drains can be something of a headache. How can you tell that your tub drains are clogged? Basically, water is supposed to drain as you shower or in a couple of minutes after your bath. Therefore, if you notice that it is draining slowly, then chances are that the drainpipe, the shower trap, or the tub is clogged with hair and soap. In such a situation, you should call 24/7 Plumbing & Drain. We will come and perform reliable tub drain repair and cleaning as required.
Day or night, our Maryland plumbers can help with your tub drain issues. Give us a call today or submit an online contact form to make an appointment.
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OUR TUB DRAIN UNCLOGGING SERVICE
There is plenty of plumbing between the toilet, the tub, and the sink in your bathroom. This, therefore, means that there are many opportunities for the tub drains to get clogged. When this happens, the best thing you can do is to give us a call and we will fix the problem.
At times, clogged tub drains can be affected by leaky faucets, toilets that don’t run properly, or the lodging of hair and sediments down the drain. Of course, you can use DIY plumbing tips to clean your drain. However, if you notice that nothing has changed, we advise you to use our unclogging service to get rid of whatever might be causing the blockage.
DIY TUB DRAIN SERVICE
Of course, there are a number of things you can do to prevent a clogged tub drain or to fix the issue after the event.
Just follow these simple plumbing tips and tricks:
- Use a mesh screen to help catch hair and soap suds.
- Avoid using a large amount of oils when using the tub.
- Run hot water down the drain for at least five minutes after using the tub to completely clean your drain.
- Use only safe, natural ingredients when trying to unclog your drain by yourself such as a vinegar-baking soda solution.
If the clog is caused by something more serious, make sure to seek a professional drain specialist like our team at 24/7 Plumbing & Drain.