Our Drain Repair Services
At Cool Touch, we handle many types of repair work for drains and sewers, but we take special pride in our drain repair services. Our certified and highly–trained plumbers are available around the clock and around the year to come to your aid when you experience leaking drains or tough sink and shower clogs. We use the best equipment, such as hydro–jetters, to service your drains. We will find the right repairs and take care of the problem fast and correctly, and that’s a promise. Your customer satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
Common Reasons for Needing Drain Repairs
At Cool Touch, we have dealt with almost every type of drain issue, and we are familiar with the many types of problems that drains can encounter. Here are a few of the sources that are behind the majority of repair needs:
- Drain Clogging: This is the most frequent and annoying of any home plumbing issue. Even if you take careful steps toward prevention, clogs will still occur at some point in your home. Although a basic sink plunger can clear out the simpler clogs, anything tougher needs the drain cleaning skills of a professional plumber. Please put away the store–bought chemical drain cleaners (these toxic concoctions can harm your drainpipe interiors and you) and call for plumbers who use tools like motorized drain snakes and hydro–jetting equipment to safely and effectively clear out the blockage in your drain.
- Drain Leaking: The second most persistent plumbing problem is leaking, and drains are certainly not immune to this. As drains age, their material can start to degrade, corrode, and eventually crack, leading to leaks. If you notice water pooling underneath a sink, or damp areas and signs of water damage, you may have a leaking drain allowing water to escape from the basin. Repair plumbers will search for the source of the leak and replace the drain if necessary to put an end to the trouble.
- Bad Drain Odors: This is a problem that you will probably notice immediately. Sometimes the issue can be as simple as a dried–out p–trap (the curved pipe section directly beneath a sink) that you can fix by running water through the drain. If you can’t fix the problem from odors, however, you need to call for drain and sewer professionals to see what is wrong.