Being a Kent homeowner is a luxury that comes with its own set of responsibilities for upkeep. Preventative care keeps your home’s appliances and important components running smooth, so it’s important to be attentive and aware of the needs of everything within your house and on your property. Plumbing and drainage system problems can strike without prior signs of severe damage, but many of the pipes associated with plumbing and drainage are inside and outside of your home. Often beneath the surface, close to the foundation that keeps your home together. This is why our MC Pipemasters technicians can do a twice-over check of all of the entirety of your plumbing and drainage systems when you call us in for inspections and repairs.
One of the biggest issues that face home drainage systems is clogs. Hair could accumulate in the tub drains. Grease could glue and stack within kitchen pipes. Kids could flush small toys down the toilet. It happens! But MC Pipemasters, LLC, has seen it all, so we know how to properly, diligently, and effectively handle problems that arise from drainage clogs.
How Long Do Plumbing Pipe and Drainage Clogs Take to Unclog?
With MC Pipemasters, LLC’s expertise and equipment, the average clog will take anywhere from two to three hours to dissolve. However, the length of time it takes to unclog a drain or plumbing pipe depends on the severity of the clog itself. Some materials are much denser and harder to chip away, while others can be dissolved with the right combination of chemicals. Through a thorough consultation and inspection, we can better gauge the severity of the clog and give you an estimate on time.