“All Clear Plumbing” Heating & Drain Cleaning

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All Clear Plumbing Heating and Drain cleaning is Bergen County’s best source for plumbing services. Our professional plumbers are available 24 hours a days to assist you in Bergen County. We have nearly 50 years experience in providing complete plumbing services to residential and commercial customers.

Clogs are inevitable in all plumbing systems. Learn how to remove stubborn clogs from a floor drain, kitchen sink, toilet, and bathtub.

These proven methods will clear any clog. If the clog persists after several attempts, you should admit defeat and call a licensed plumber or drain-cleaning company. Too much force can cause permanent damage to a fixture or pipe.

To unclog a drain, you will need the following tools contentness

A plunger is the first tool you should reach for when there’s trouble. The plumber’s friend can clear clogs from all fixtures, including toilets and sinks. Each homeowner should have one.

Cable augers, also known as plumber’s snakes, are long flexible steel cables that wrap around a spool. They can be used to dislodge blockages further down the drainpipe. You can get cable augers in lengths of up to 100 feet. However, a 25-foot model is sufficient for most household clogs.

The closet auger is designed for cleaning out toilets. The cable is enclosed in a shaft and protected by a stiff shaft. To fit into tight curves in a toilet trap, the auger end bends at an exact angle.

Rent an electric power auger to clear a large or difficult clog. The machine, which is basically All Clear Plumbing and a large cable auger with an electric motor, can be used to cut through any type of clog. It can also remove tangled roots. Make sure you ask the rental agent how to safely dispense and retrieve the cable before you bring it home.

A bathtub will rarely suddenly stop draining. The tub will drain more slowly every day if it has a clog for several weeks. This is something we’ve all witnessed.

Toilet clogs are almost always located at the top of the trap’s tight, upward-curving section. A plunger may be sufficient to clear the path in some cases. However, closet augers are more common.

As you turn the All Clear Plumbing shaft, hold the handle steady and press down on it. The cable will feel like it’s working its way through the trap.

Keep cranking until the cable is gone. This should take about 3 feet. You can retrieve the cable by simultaneously pulling up and cranking.

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