NJ Sewer Cleaning Services
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In NJ sewer and drain pipes can get clogged occasionally with grease, hair, paper products, or other various debris.
However, if they’re clogging constantly, there might be a bigger problem.
We service a wide area encompassing Bergen County NJ, Passaic County NJ, Morris County NJ, Union County NJ, Essex County NJ, and Hudson County NJ.
For same-day sewer service in NJ today from skilled local plumbing contractors, call us at 201-645-0888.
Constantly Clogged Drain Pipes in NJ?
Some minor drain clogs can be cleared out with a snake or some drain cleaner.
However, other clogs never seem to clear out completely, building back up soon after you’ve snaked it.
In many cases, these clogs may be located somewhere past the easily accessible U-trap, making them difficult to clear out.
Also, if material is still stuck to the sides of the pipes after drain cleaning, it provides an area where other materials like dirt, skin flakes, grease, and hair can adhere to the pipes, quickly accumulating into yet another clog.
To avoid clogged drain pipes, the best course of action is to be careful what you flush down the toilet or wash down a sink or bathtub drain.
Dead skin and hair are hard to keep out of drains, but other items generally get in due to negligence.
Some of the items that most commonly obstruct drain pipes and sewer lines include:
- Kitchen grease. Clogged kitchen sink drains are very commonly the result of cooking grease that gets washed down into the plumbing pipes. Grease and fat are lipids, specifically trigly. Their chemical structure is hydrophobic, meaning they naturally repel water and don’t break down easily. They stick to pipe walls and quickly accumulate, blocking off water flow. Bacon grease, vegetable oil, and other cooking oils should be disposed of in the trash, not down the drain.
- Detergent soap scum. Dish detergent is a must-have, especially if you don’t have a working dishwasher. However, the scum from the dish soap can contribute to clogged drains.
- Food particles. Food particles that make it into the drain pipe can also contribute to clogs. Rice and pasta are major offenders, since they expand in water (even cold or lukewarm water).
- Hair and skin. Skin cells die and slough off of your skin, especially in the bath or shower. Similarly, hair falls naturally. These commonly clog bathtub and shower drains, often getting caught in the u-trap. There are devices you can buy that will catch hair before it gets into the trap, helping you avoid clogged drains.
- Venting problems. Wastewater pipes are vented, meaning that air is allowed to enter the pipe as the water drains away. This prevents the formation of a vacuum that would interfere with proper drainage. If the vents are clogged or obstructed, water won’t drain properly. It can also allow sewer gases like hydrogen sulfide to escape through drain openings, producing unpleasant odors.
When a clogged drain pipe gets bad enough, you may find yourself needing professional drain cleaning service from a local plumber with professional tools and equipment. This is sometimes the only real solution if clogs are frequent and recurring.
Sewer Cleaning in NJ & Drain Cleaning for Clogged Pipes in New Jersey
Professional NJ plumbers can use professionally available tools and equipment for truly thorough drain cleaning and sewer pipe cleaning.
Tools like hydro jetting equipment are far more effective at removing debris than chemical drain cleaners or simple drain snakes, and professional cleaning can prevent clogs from reoccurring in the near future.
Call Us Today for Drain & Sewer Solutions in NJ
Need drain cleaning, sewer cleaning, or underground pipe repair in NJ?
At A1 Sewer & Drain Services, we’re experienced plumbing contractors with years of professional experience working with wastewater systems in homes, businesses, and municipal settings.
Call us today for same-day service, at 201-645-0888.