A blocked drain is one of the most common plumbing woes, and it can really put a damper on your day. Whether you’re dealing with ankle-deep water while trying to enjoy your morning shower, you have a blocked toilet overflowing all over your bathroom floor, or you have a sink that’s refusing to empty, you need help from a professional. At Service Experts, we are here to help with blocked drains in Melbourne.
$99 – CLEAR YOUR DRAIN TODAY!
Sometimes, clogs still occur despite your best intentions. When you have a stubborn blocked drain in Melbourne, we can help. Our plumbers are the best in the business, and they use powerful equipment to remove even the most stubborn blockages without damaging your home or your property. IF you have a blocked drain and need a helping hand, call Service Experts today.
Our licensed plumbers can unblock any drain for $99. We use CCTV Drain inspection and High-pressure Jet to quickly clear any obstructions in your drain line and get your drain flowing as soon as possible.
1. Only valid for residential homes. The homeowner must be on site.
2. Valid for Jetter & CCTV for up to 30mins
3. External access point must be available
At Service Experts, we get calls for blocked drains in Melbourne every day. While we do see some surprising things once in a while, most blockages are caused by a few common culprits:
- Excess toilet paper
- “Flushable” hygiene products
- Soap buildup
- Tree roots
- Foreign objects like toys, jewelry
How to Prevent Blockages
Taking care of your drains and using them appropriately is the best way to avoid clogs and blockages. Never put grease, oil, or fat down the drain. If you have a garbage disposal, use it responsibly. Keep things like fibrous vegetables, bones, pasta, and rice away. Put mesh covers on your drains to trap hair, food debris, etc., and empty them regularly.
To avoid toilet clogs, be careful about what you flush. Nothing other than waste or toilet paper should ever go in your toilet. Feminine hygiene products and personal wipes – even those that are marketed as “flushable” – should always go in the trash can. The same goes for cotton balls, paper towels, etc.