Drain Cleaning Salt Lake City
Drain clogs should not be left untreated. With drain cleaners from Happy Pipes Plumbing you can get rid of any accumulated dirt and scum. We provide a quick and friendly service as well as a guarantee to fix the blockage.
Only the most qualified technicians are hired here at Happy Pipes Plumbing. We have been providing reliable plumbing and drain cleaning services in Salt Lake City for many years.
Drain cleaning prevents flooding, clogs and other problems in your home. You can prolong the life of your pipes and prevent plumbing problems by scheduling it at the first sign that slow water flow is occurring. We can help you get rid of clogs in your drains. Our drain cleaners are the best in Utah so if you’re facing a clogged drain or a sink back-up, call us today and we’ll send someone right away!
Drain Line camera Inspection
Happy Pipes Plumbing offers camera drain line inspections to remove guesswork from matters relating to your pipes. This technology allows us to see inside your pipes. This technology can be used in a variety of ways, including identifying the source of drain clogs and inspecting the plumbing system.
Our plumbers are skilled and highly experienced. They also know what to look out for during a video inspection. We will also be able pinpoint the root cause of the problem and get it fixed right away!
There is no better way than to inspect the pipes beneath your house with a drain camera. You don’t have to dig up your yard blindly or tear out your drains to find your plumbing problem. Call Happy Pipes Plumbing today so we can inspect your lines!
Signs that you may need a camera drain inspection
- Sound – Can you hear water running, even though there isn’t any water being used?
- Higher water bill – Do you notice that your water bill is increasing, but not using more water?
- Foundation cracks – Are cracks developing in your flooring or walls?
- Hot spots and wet spots – Have you noticed any unexpected hot spots, discolored areas or wet spots on your floor?
- Mildew – If you can spot mildew, this is most likely caused by a leak
- Pump changes or water meter – If you suspect that your water is leaking, either your pump or your water meter can tell you. Check your meter if you have one. Give the meter a rest for at least an hour before you turn on any water. A leak can be detected if the reading changes. If you have a pump and use well water, check to see if the pump is still running. You may have a leak if it is.