$94 Bathroom Sink
The bathroom sink is one of the most used sinks in your home and when you have a clogged drain it can be a huge inconvenience. Soap and water build up in your pipes can grab hairs and skin cells that get washed down the drain. Consequently, this builds up over time, slowing your drains and eventually clogging them completely.
Let’s get a few things out of the way……. We’ll clean any residential bathroom sink for $94.00. In fact, we’ll clean any drain for the same low price. From bathtubs to main drains it’s all the same to us. See our FAQ below.
Q. How much do other companies charge and why won’t they give me a price over the phone?
A. Anywhere from $300-$400. They won’t give you a price over the phone because they know you’ll hang up. I would.
Q. You only charge $94.00? What’s the catch? How can you do it for so much less?
A. No catch. We’re the #1 referred drain company in the Minneapolis – St Paul market. Check out our Google reviews. We typically take five times as many calls as most drain companies.Read More...
Q. My sewer line continues to “backup”. Why?
A. Roots is the number one cause for sewer lines backups. However, there are several other conditions that can cause sewer lines to clog such as disconnected or offset pipe, broken pipe, build up inside the pipe, bellied pipe (sag) and combinations of all of the above.
Q. Ok I just had my sewer line cleaned out, now what do you recommend?
A. Video inspect the line. Figure out why it backed up. You don’t want to be surprised with a broken pipe in the middle of winter, trust me. There’s always a “last time” when it comes to sewer cleaning. “They were able to clear it last time”.
Q. When dealing with other drain companies, what should I look out for?
A. How well equipped are they? Can they offer more than just cleaning drains? Do they have all of the necessary equipment to take care of you? In other words, are they a one stop shop? If you have a broken sewer line, do they walk away? Now you’re left with a clogged sewer line and you have to scramble to find a contractor to repair your main line. It’s Friday.
How old is your house?
If your house was built before 1980, chances are your sewer line is the original terracotta clay pipe. Why does this matter? Because, clay sewer lines aren’t “sealed”. There’s nothing preventing the roots from continuing to grow in. As a result, causing more damage and effecting the longevity of the pipe.
Depending upon which city you live in, your sewer line could be made of concrete, cast iron or even something as poor as a tar paper pipe called Orangeberg. Seriously.
The next time your main sewer line backs up, call Discount Rooter. We are the most affordable, best equipped and staffed company specializing in sewer line cleaning and diagnostics.