Could Your Home Benefit from Drain Cleaning Service?

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When you notice a small drain clog in your home, there are a couple of things you can try without calling a plumber for help. For drains that are moving a little slowly, there could just be some minor buildup, which a mixture of baking soda followed by vinegar may be able to help. In other cases, a home plunger can dislodge the blockage enough to send it back down the drains. But a large number of drain clogs are so deep in the drains that conventional home remedies just won’t cut it. And some of the drain cleaning “solutions” that homeowners use are actually unsafe in many cases. Learn more about why you should call on professional plumbers for drain cleaning from this guide.

Drain Cleaning Chemicals Are Unsafe for Your Drains

The chemicals used in the drain cleaning liquids sold on shelves are not known for being highly effective. In fact, most of these can only dissolve certain types of blockage, like hair, while missing the dirt and residue further along in the drains. Moreover, drain cleaning chemicals are unsafe for humans, potentially injuring the skin and eyes. Finally, these can damage the insides of the pipes over time, especially if you rely on them as your primary source of drain maintenance.

Bio-Clean Works Differently

Professional plumbers have a number of tools at their disposal that can help to eliminate the residue along the inside of the drains as well as any major blockages preventing wastewater from moving along. One of the most effective tools for regular drain maintenance that can prevent clogs from occurring is Bio-Clean treatment. Rather than using chemicals to dissolve the blockage, bacteria naturally eats away at the residue inside of the pipes. You can expect that your pipes will remain clear for quite a while after the treatment. Ask your local plumber for more information about Bio-Clean and to schedule professional drain cleaning service. Call Air Mechanical, Inc. today to schedule drain cleaning services with Bio-Clean treatment in the Andover, MN area.

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