When the sink or shower doesn’t drain and you’re afraid to flush, it’s time to completely flush out your system with Kellermeier Plumbing’s Hydro Jetting Drain Cleaning.

At this point, the conventional way to open the drain is snaking it with a metal cable.

By forcing a cable back and forth through the pipes with a spinning motion, snaking breaks up the blockage and opens the pipeline. More effective than chemicals, snaking the pipes can do a good job of removing soft stoppage and paper products. But the metal cable can also get stuck and bind up with the roots.

And when the cable hits a pipe fitting, it can damage your plumbing.

Unfortunately, even though snaking the pipes opens them, a lot of debris is left behind. The blockage is not gone. It’s just spread out. And sooner or later, generally within a few months, you’ll have to snake the lines again.

After all, a straight flush is better than a full house. Call Kellermeier today.