Drain Cleaning

One of the most common plumbing problems homeowners encounter are clogged drains. With drain cleaners readily available in stores, it’s tempting to grab one and pour it down the drain. But not every clog can be solved with drain cleaner! 

Is one drain giving you trouble and threatening water overflow? 


Turn off the shutoff valve specific to that fixture before you get help.

 

If you come across a major water leak, we recommend locating and turning off the main shutoff valve in your home. If you aren’t familiar with the location of your primary shutoff please call a local plumber immediately.                    


 

  • Water begins to back up out of a sink drain
     

  • Pools of water form around shower drains
     

  • Water drains very slowly after forming pools
     

  • Toilet water bubbles when you run the sink
     

  • Drains make gurgling sounds after running the washing machine or dishwasher
     

  • Pools of water form on the floor close to the bathtub or a sink
     

  • There is a smell of rotting food coming from the kitchen sink area
     

  • Sewage odors wafting up from one or more drains is a sign of a clogged sewer drain

Signs of a clogged drain

Call the local licensed plumbers at Stark Plumbing for an estimate: (541) 848-7261