Drain Cleaning Services in Mesa & Gilbert, Arizona
If you unsuccessfully tried to unclog a sink on your own, it may be time to call in the professionals. When you call Phend Plumbing out to clean your drains, we show up on time, get the work done quickly, and leave the site as neat and tidy as we found it. We use the latest techniques to clean your drains, methods that are both innovative & proven, and safe on your pipes.
We have been cleaning drain pipes for over a decade. We’re available 24/7 on weekdays and on-call during the weekend. We’re here for you when you need that drain unclogged and cleaned out.
When should you call a plumber to clean your drains?
- Strange odors are coming from the sink or tub
- Water flows into your sink when running the dishwasher
- New noises coming from sinks as they drain
- You have unexplained fruit flies
We offer up-front pricing and fast, professional work. Call us now (480-388-6093) to schedule your drain cleaning service.
How much does it cost to clean a drain?
Typically our drain cleaning service starts at $150 but does vary depending on the difficulty of the job, and location of the drain. Some variables include roof cleanouts if the toilet needs to be pulled, or the location of the clog in the pipes. We always provide the cost with those variables included upfront. Our drain cleaning service includes a complete unclog and cleaning service and a guarantee that the clog is gone. If the drain clogs up again within six months, we’ll come back and clean it out again. But don’t worry, we’ll do it right the first time. Call us for details.
What does a rooter do?
A rooter is a service, not a specific tool. A rooter is basically any cleaning or repair of plumbing pipes. During a rooter service, we may use any combination of tools and techniques to fix your plumbing issue.
What do plumbers use to unclog and clean drains?
We will use a flexible cable to get into the drain and clean it out. The cable has several attachments to handle different types of clogs and get them cleaned out. We also have the ability to do a high-pressure water jet to clean out stubborn clogs.
Why do plumbers hate Drano?
Drano softens and weakens PVC pipes. Many pipes these days — especially kitchen sink drains — are made of PVC. When homeowners use Drano over the years, it can ruin these pipes, eventually causing them to break. Drano can also dissolve the glue that holds pipes together.
Is it bad to leave drain cleaner overnight?
Drano can be dangerous to pipes, so leaving it overnight just makes that worse. If you have a stubborn clog that doesn’t seem to clear up with the methods we recommend, then pumping more Drano for longer likely won’t be the answer — and could do damage. Get a plumber out to do a professional drain cleaning.