If your tub or sink is draining slower than usual, or won’t drain at all, your drain is either clogged or damaged. We can diagnose the problem by doing a camera inspection. Delex Plumbing knows how to unclog your drain in the shortest time.
One reason it is so important to use a reputable, licensed plumber such as Delex Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, is to protect yourself, your loved ones, family and friends from the dangers of cross connections and ensure that the water that comes from the tap in your home is clean drinking water. Clean drinking water is something we often take for granted but a licensed plumber certified in Backflow Prevention, such as Delex Plumbing, will make sure that backflow preventers are installed wherever there is the danger for cross connections.
A backflow preventer is a device that prevents water flowing out of your home from reversing its flow. This can happen when there is a sudden drop in water pressure.
Backflow preventers in your home are very important because they prevent polluted water and contaminates from getting into the potable water you and your loved ones shower and bathe in and drink. Any time there is the potential for water flowing in your pipes to reverse flow, backflow preventers should be installed on any applications using water
Schedule your routine drain cleaning service to keep your home plumbing system in tip-top condition. Drain cleaning is necessary for both residential and commercial properties. A clogged drain, regardless if it’s a waste or fixture drain, main drain or sewer drain, causes a tub or sink to drain slowly, or might keep them from draining at all.
There are several different reasons for clogged drains. A drain can get clogged due to scale from hard water, which is water that’s full of mineral. Some of the severe drainage problems happen when grease starts to clog the drain. The grease does not only stop the flow of wastewater but can prevent with a building’s septic system. It can affect the entire sewer system of a building to back up. Drain cleaning should be a plumbing priority and routine maintenance of your property and at Einstein Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling, we provide drain cleaning services that are reliable and trusted.
When it comes to the pipes in your home, a professional plumbing inspection can save you a lot of hassle and money in the long run. At Delex Plumbing, we specialize in expert plumbing diagnosis, where we can identify any potential plumbing issues before they happen and help you avoid the unnecessary costs.
A fast, convenient and trustworthy service, we use modern camera technology for complete visual drain checkups and provide free, no obligation inspections and estimates.
You can call on our team for the following drain cleaning services:
Clogged Kitchen Drains: When soaps, fats, grease, and food go down your kitchen drain, the inner walls of your kitchen pipes can easily be clogged with buildup, causing an unwanted blockage.
Clogged Bathroom Drains: Hair, soap buildup, toothpaste, grime, toilet paper, and other bathroom products can all do serious damage to your drains over time and cause major plumbing issues.
Clogged Utility Room Drains: Dirt, debris, and other messes can clog floor drains in basements or utility rooms, leading to poor drainage and the potential for flooding.
Clogged Sewer Drains: The sewer drain transports your home’s gray and black water to the sewer. Any blockages can cause significant problems.
If your drain is running slow or is simply clogged up, you know who to call. We have the latest tools and technology to provide effective drain cleaning services that will restore your plumbing system and bring comfort and convenience back to your home. Give us a call at 416-910-2550.
A clogged drain can quickly become a nuisance in your home or business. If your main sewer line is clogged, you will have issues with waste water draining from the house. Main sewer line clogs usually cause water to back up out of a drain or plumbing system. These clogs can cause a gurgling sound to come from your drains. Possible signs include your toilet water bubbling, water backing up from your tub or shower when you flush, or water bubbling from your faucets.
There could be several reasons for a clogged sewer line. Broken pipes, debris and tree roots can all cause improper draining throughout the sewer system. Tree and shrub roots can grow into an old sewer pipe in search for water, causing a ruptured or clogged sewer line. Debris, such as toilet paper and feminine hygiene products, can catch on small obstructions in the pipes, causing major clogs. In any of these cases, you may be in need of sewer repair and Delex Plumbing is here to assist you in all your plumbing needs.
Sewage backup can cause serious damage to your home, as well as to your health. Sewage is highly unsanitary riddled with bacteria and other disgusting things. The mixture of sewage and water can cause more damage than simply water alone, often forcing a homeowner to write off everything that was exposed. Sewage smells, and will leave that smell on anything it seeps into. To repair the damage sewer backup can cause it’s vital that you hire a professional team with experience. Here at Delex Plumbing Specialists.
Many people don’t know this, but as a homeowner, you’re responsible for the portion of your sewer line that leads from your house to the main sewer lateral under the street. This means that if any time you have a blockage, clog, root infiltration or other backup in your sewer line, it’s up to you to find a plumber that can clear it!
If you need sewer service such as sewer line repair and sewer line inspection, you’ve come to the right place. Delex Plumber specializes in sewer line repair and replacement.
If your plumbing system hasn’t been inspected in a while, call the experts at Delex Plumbing for a professional assessment. Our experienced plumbers use the latest equipment and techniques to diagnose leakage or clogs and locate the source.
Don’t hesitate to call—unseen water leaks can cause property damage, rotting and mold over time. It’s best to discover and repair them early before they lead to further issues, such as problems in your plumbing or sewer system, health department issues, or building insurance complications.
Discovering blockages early is vital for the same reason, as pipes can be overstressed from clogging and suffer increased water pressure over time. Making sure your pipes flow smoothly increases performance while lengthening the lifespan of your plumbing system. Camera inspections help us spot problem areas early.
The advantage of a camera inspection is that we don’t need to guess about the state of your pipes, nor do we have to dig them up before we give you a quote. Our licensed plumbers can have a clear look before beginning—allowing you to make informed decisions based on our accurate, upfront pricing.