When someone assumes the responsibility of owning their own home or business, they have to deal with a variety of problems that may occur. One building issue that requires immediate attention is instances concerning blocked drains. The specialists who work for ScanSeal have the resources available to clear a blockage out of almost any drain so that everyone in the building can go back to their normal routine as quickly as possible.
There are many things that could result in a drain being blocked, but the most common cause is something non-dissolvable going down the drain. Common mistakes that people make include trying to flush things made from plastic or pouring used cooking materials into a sink. It is also important, however, to consider the possibility that the drain is simply malfunctioning because it is old and needs to be replaced.
When ScanSeal takes on the job of clearing a blocked drain, they can usually accomplish it using one of two traditional techniques. Conventional drain rods usually work, as well as high pressure water jets to clear a drain. If, for some reason, they are unsuccessful with both techniques, they will investigate further and provide a full report on color DVD to the customer, as well as a quote for what the repairs might cost.
A backed up drain can be horribly inconvenient to deal with and customers are usually not willing to wait long for a solution. They are usually thrilled to know that it takes less than one hour for most techniques to get a drain flowing again. If complications cause the process to take longer, an on-site engineer will be standing by to keep the customer up to date.
Although knowing that there are skilled professionals on hand to clear drains is nice, it would be easier to avoid having the drain back up at all. This can be done by refraining from flushing anything down a toilet other than toilet paper. Homeowners should also keep the drains on the street free of debris and not pour things such as cooking materials down their sinks.
Blocked drains are at the top of the list of things home and business owners do not want to see. The problem can be handled in a variety of ways and the professionals at ScanSeal will try them all until they find the one that works. In most cases, it takes less than one hour for the engineer to get the drain clear once they have identified the problem.