Drain Cleaning & Sewer Services
Professional Drain Cleaning Services in Salt Lake City
When it comes to your plumbing system, its sewer and drains are the lifelines that keep it running smoothly. So when there’s a clog, a leak, or severe blockage, things can quickly go from great and functional to disaster and damage. But with our professionals at Whipple Service Champions, you’ll never have to deal with your plumbing issues alone.
Need drain and sewer cleaning services in the Wasatch Front, Ogden, and Provo areas? Contact Whipple Plumbing today.
Drain Cleaning Services
Clogged drains are one of the most common causes of deeper plumbing issues. Apart from occasionally using too much toilet paper, other substances such as soap, dirt, hair, and food can also lead to clogs and slow drainage. With our drain cleaning services, we can help clear out your entire home’s drainage system, including:
- Sewer drain
- Utility room drain
- Bathroom drain
- Kitchen drain
Reach out to Whipple Plumbing online to schedule a drain cleaning service in the Wasatch Front, Ogden, and Provo areas.
Hydro Jetting Services
Years of buildup can make it impossible for a plunger, boiling water, or even snaking to unclog your pipes. That’s because it’s likely that the blockage in your drains and pipes has gotten to the point that it needs some serious power to remove. Hydro jetting services produce up to 8,000 psi, making clearing years’ worth of clogs a breeze. And because it doesn’t require the use of harmful chemicals, it’s safe even for old piping.
Video Drain Line Inspection
There’s no need to guess what might be causing your plumbing issues with our minimally invasive video drain line inspection services. This service allows our technicians to find the root cause of your plumbing issues without digging up your yard or tearing out your drains.
Signs You Need Sewer & Drain Repair Services
There are common and readily visible signs that your plumbing system needs sewer and drain repairs, such as slow-moving drains or foul-smelling odors, even to the untrained eye. However, harder-to-detect signs that can cause severe structural damage to your home if left unattended include:
- Water stains in the basement: Sewage backup caused by poor drainage can begin to stain and deteriorate basement walls and floors.
- Sinkholes: Can be caused by sewer line leaks resulting from excessive moisture in the soil or pavement, making it unstable.
- Lush lawns: Also a symptom of a sewer leak, these usually appear in the form of linear paths of excessively healthy-looking grass. It may also appear wetter than the surrounding grass.
- Increase in water bills: If you’re not using more water but noticing your bills increasing anyway, this indicates an issue with your water line.
- Infestation issues: With excessive waste come bugs and rodents.
Five Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Clogged
- Multiple drains are backing-up
- Drainage appears in sewer clean out
- Sewage in floor drain
- Water backs up in shower when toilet flushes
- Backup in the basement
Drain & Sewer Preventative Maintenance
Drain clogging is bound to happen over time with regular and heavy usage of your home’s plumbing. Still, there are ways you can help prevent severe issues from arising in between professional plumbing services. These can include:
- Only flush toilet paper down the toilet
- Avoid pouring grease and large food particles down the kitchen drain
- Use/install a drain mushroom for your kitchen and bathroom
Why Choose Whipple Service Champions?
Our industry-leading team has served the Salt Lake City area for over 70 years with only the best in plumbing services. You’ll experience upfront pricing, round-the-clock availability, and top-tier service when working with us.
See about our financing options or schedule a plumbing service online!
Frequently Asked Questions About Sewer & Drain Service
What can I pour down my drains to unclog them?
While we highly advise against using chemical drain cleaners, as these can damage your plumbing over time, you can DIY some clogs with baking soda, vinegar, and hot water. If this doesn’t remedy your clog, it’s time to contact the professionals at Whipple Service Champions!
How long does it take to repair a sewer line?
The time it takes to repair your sewer line depends entirely on the amount of damage being addressed. It can range from a few hours to a day; however, our team will be able to diagnose your sewer line quickly and provide you with an accurate estimate once we’ve seen the damage in person.
What is a sewer backup?
A sewer backup is when wastewater doesn’t properly drain away from your home. This is typically caused by a blockage or damage to your main sewer line. The experts at Whipple Service Champions will be able to diagnose the cause and provide prompt, cost-effective repair!