Drain Cleaner Vs. Plumber
If You Have a Clogged Drain, Call Combat Drain Cleaning and Septic Services
- We have over 15 years of experience cleaning drains and we’re a Veteran-Owned and Operated business.
- We pride ourselves on our dedication to customer service, quality work, and treating every job as if it were our very own home.
- Drain emergencies can happen at any time of the day or night. You shouldn’t have to wait until 7am Monday morning to get relief. We offer our customers a 24 – hour emergency hotline.
If your sewer, septic, or drain lines are clogged, it’s more efficient and cost-effective to hire a professional drain cleaning technician. We won’t try to upsell you an expensive plumbing job. Our only goal is to clean out the clog and get your drains running smoothly again.
If your problem requires a solution beyond our scope of services, we have a network of reputable and professional contractors who can take over from where we left off. This way, you won’t have to search the internet and hope you find a trustworthy contractor.
Get More for Your Money
When it comes to locating and removing clogs in your sewer, septic tank, or drains, Septic Services offers more value than a traditional plumber. We’re specialists who have the experience and knowledge to fix a troublesome clog quickly and efficiently.
When your drains are clogged, time is of the utmost essence. When we show up at your house, we will get right to work. We pride ourselves on our customer service and communication skills and won’t leave until we’ve successfully completed the job.
How Do I Know if I Have a Clog?
There are a few ways that you can tell if you might have a clog in your drain.
- Weird smells coming out of your kitchen or bathroom sink
- Shower, tub, sink, and laundry room drains running slow
- Standing water in your shower or tub drain
- Gurgling sounds from your toilet
- Washing machine or dishwasher won’t drain
The only way to know for sure is to schedule Combat Drain Cleaning to come out and provide you with a free estimate. We’ll be able to inspect your drains, locate, and clean out any clogs that might be causing any of the above issues.
Difference Between a Plumber and Drain Technician
There are a few differences between a plumber and a drain technician. For starters, plumbing deals with the design, in stallation, and repair of a plumbing system. While cleaning clogs is part of their job, it’s not something they practice day in and day out.
A professional drain technician, such as Septic Services, deals with effectively and efficiently cleaning your drains. That’s all we do, and we’re really good at it! With over 15 years of experience, we haven’t yet met a clog that we can’t clean!
We understand that the proverbial clock starts ticking the second your drains back up. It can limit or altogether stop your home life. This is why we don’t dawdle around and instead focus on getting the job done right the first time. At Septic Services, we’re your residential heroes and will take care of all your clogged drain needs.
We pride ourselves on our dedication to customer service. As a Veteran-Owned and Operated business, we understand the importance of keeping our customers informed and happy. We won’t upsell you expensive repairs or keep you in the dark. We want to make sure that you’re satisfied with our drain and clog cleaning services.
Our services go beyond our technical expertise. We take the time to listen to the concerns of our customers and seek to provide them with an excellent experience. If you have to cancel or move your appointment, we will work closely with you to find a time that works best.
It’s our attention to detail that makes all the difference when we come out to any job site. We empathize and understand that you’re most likely under a lot of stress, and you want the problem fixed immediately.
Drain cleaning can be a dirty job at times, and we will go out of our way to ensure that any mess is kept to a bare minimum. At the end of the job, we will leave you with an unclogged drain and a smile of relief on your face!