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Clogged Drains

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Clogged drains happen to everyone, and they are not fun. If your drain is completely blocked; the bathtub, shower, sink or toilet becomes full of water. At this point, your in need of drain repair. The offending blockage must be removed through all that built up water and chances are you will not be able to clear it using household remedies or drain products.

Don’t Let Clogged Drains Make Your Family’s Life Difficult 

If you have multiple clogged drains in your home at any given time, you will wish you had taken the preventive precaution of having your drains regularly inspected. For example, your kitchen sink and laundry drains are connected in multiple places and what happens in one, can affect the other. Using the most up-to-date equipment in the plumbing industry, ourlicensed emergency plumbers are able to unclog toilets, main sewers, kitchen sinks, bathtubs, showers, floor drains, downspouts, area drains and any other pipe or plumbing fixture.

A Few Professional Tips for Drain Cleaning

Drain Cleaning Tips:


  • Your toilet, sinks, and tub all share the same drain. If you have a line blockage and not a fixture blockage it could affect more than one of them.

  • If you have something go down your kitchen or your bathroom sink drain such as a ring or a small toy, all is not automatically lost. Immediately turn all water off. Put a bucket under the drain pipe big enough to catch about a half gallon of water. Unscrew the two joint nuts near the bottom of the “J” trap. Your missing item should be easily found!

  • Do not use acid-based products to clear grease clogs in you sink drains. They will at best melt the grease and it will just re-solidify farther down the line.



Keep your drains running smoothly? Call a professional licensed plumber at Jack Dish Plumbing! We service the entire Las Vegas Valley area, including Henderson, Summerlin, Green Valley, North Las Vegas, and surrounding areas. Call 702-283-2320



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