Reliable Drainage Solutions in Windsor & Petaluma
Your sewer lines and drains must work hard daily to remove all of the gunk that gets washed down them. Unfortunately, when too many unwanted materials end up in the drain, even these tough lines may get clogged up. One of the most dependable methods of clearing your pipes is through our Santa Rosa cable machine services, and Rock Solid Drains has everything you need to get the job done.
Get in touch now at (707) 896-2346 and one of our skilled technicians will provide you with a complimentary estimate.
A cable machine is especially handy if your system is suffering from any form of clog. These obstacles that cause your pipes to run slowly may be caused by a single item that was dropped down the drain accidentally, or from a mass of materials not designed to be in the system. No matter the specific type of blockage that is stuck inside the pipe, you can trust a powerful cable to get it out.
A few examples of the many objects that a cable can dislodge include:
- Thick tree roots
- Soap scum and grease
- Matted hair and fur
- Scale and mineral deposits
- Keys, jewelry, rings, and toys
- Sanitary napkins
- Paper towels
- Toilet paper
- Dirty diapers
As soon as you become aware that your drain is not functioning as well as it does normally, our techs at Rock Solid Drains can lend a hand.
Give us a call today at (707) 896-2346 or speak to us online to take advantage of our dependable Santa Rosa cable machine services.
Many people are unaware that there is more than one kind of cable to get rid of the clog within your pipes. Some cleaners are designed in shorter sections that can extend up to 15 feet long. Their condensed length means that they are both safer and faster to operate, in addition to being easy to maneuver on account of their light weight. However, continuous cables, also known as drum cables, are also an option. These rooters can stretch 25 to 100 feet, making them optimal for long pipes. There are even different types of tubes for maneuvering distinct drain systems as well. For example, when navigating your showers and sinks, your plumber may use straight cables. For curved toilet drains, however, your technician might utilize a bent, J-shaped cable instead.
Regardless of the cable that is ultimately used for your clogged drain or sewer, both types use a similar mechanism. At the end of the long cable is a dedicated electric-propelled crank that drives the cable forward. As soon as the auger carrying the cable reaches the obstacle, the force applied can burst through the clog. In some cases, the cable will also have a set of blades that spins extremely fast, slicing through the toughest of obstacles.
“We appreciated that he showed up on time, was thorough, and resolved our issue. This is the second time we've used Rock Solid Drains and although I would love to never have to call them again, they are now our go-to outfit for any drain issues that may eme”Chris F.