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Professional Drain Cleaning in Lynn, MA

water flowing down sink drain You rely on your drains to properly drain your sinks, showers, and other home appliances. When your drains slow down or come to a complete halt, it's time to schedule drain cleaning before the problem causes damage to your home. At Cranney Home Services, our drain cleaning specialists use industry-approved techniques and solutions to clean your drain and restore water flow quickly. When you choose our team, you'll enjoy convenient financing, exceptional reviews, exceptional partner plans, and more!

Call (978) 750-6900 to request drain cleaning in Lynn, MA, and surrounding communities.

Same-Day Drain Cleaning

Our same-day drain cleaning services are designed to restore the operation of your drains promptly. Whether it's a single drain or drains throughout the home, we will assess the cause of the problem and apply the solutions necessary to remove hair, grease, paper waste, buildup, soap scum, tree root infiltration, and other issues.

Promptly cleaning your drains will restore your comfort and help protect your plumbing system, flooring, and furnishings from damage. This is critical because unresolved clogs can occur anytime and without warning. Our same-day services help protect your system from sudden malfunction and ensure there is no disruption to the operation of your showers, sinks, or washing machine.

Six Causes of Drain Clogs

Plenty of things can cause your sinks, toilets, and other drains to clog. These include some of the most common reasons we encounter when servicing homes in the Lynn area:

  • Hair: Hair clogs build up slowly over time, and the best way to prevent them is to install hair catchers on your sinks and showers.
  • Soap scum: Soap scum builds up slowly over time. Regularly cleaning the shower drain is the most effective way to prevent this from happening.
  • Grease: Grease and other cooking oils cool and thicken within the pipes. Over time, this gradually grows, traps debris, and forms a stubborn clog. Avoiding grease, fat, etc., down your drain is always best.
  • Paper towels: Paper towels, personal hygiene products, "flushable wipes," etc., can quickly clog a drain. Thus, it's always best to dispose of these items in the trash.
  • Tree root infiltration: Tree roots can infiltrate pipes as they grow. With a ready source of fresh water to tap into, the roots grow and eventually clog the pipe. Thus, it's always best to avoid planting trees near your main sewer line.
  • Corrosion: Corrosion damages pipes and causes soil and other debris to catch within the pipe. Over time, this results in a clog. As such, we recommend regular plumbing inspections and prompt attention to any corroded pipes discovered by sewer line inspections, etc.
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Our Drain Cleaning Process

As soon as you suspect that your sewer drain is clogged, it's important to have one of our drain cleaning experts come check out the problem. Sewer drains are part of your home plumbing system and the length of the drain from your home to the street or main line is typically the homeowner’s responsibility. Determining the location and severity of the drain clog is essential to making sure that the clog is removed and addressed correctly. Our technicians will do the following when they come to your home:

  • Inspect the drain line with a specialized drain camera: This camera allows us to see exactly what is causing the clog and helps us determine the best course of action. Tree roots, a problem for many homeowners, are commonly found in drain lines and need to be removed. In addition, the holes or gaps that allowed the tree roots into the drain need to be repaired.
  • Hydro-jetting the drain: Years of use can cause a thick layer of grime and buildup to coat your sewer drain. This hinders normal items such as waste from flowing out of the drain. Hydro-jetting is the best way to remove not only the actual clog, but also clean your drains, restoring them to their original diameter. Hydro-jetting uses highly pressurized water to remove clogs.

Why Choose Cranney Home Services?

Our licensed and insured plumbers work hard to keep your plumbing system in prime condition. Since 1982, our plumbing professionals have proudly served the community, and we guarantee five-star experience with every service appointment. When your toilets, sinks, showers, or other drains clog, you can count on us to effectively resolve the problem!

We guarantee your 100% satisfaction with our services and will always provide the honesty, integrity, and respectful communication you deserve. We adhere to strict safety protocols and use only industry-approved techniques and technologies to service your plumbing systems.

When you need reliable plumbing services, call (978) 750-6900 to schedule a service appointment in the North Shore, Salem, Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, and surrounding areas.

FAQs

Can I use chemical drain cleaners on old pipes?

We discourage the use of chemical drain cleaners. These can damage pipes and accelerate corrosion within the pipe. Moreover, they are only somewhat effective on shallow clogs and can't penetrate deep within your pipes.

Why won't my tub drain?

Soap scum, hair clogs, or damage usually cause clogged tub drains. Other, less common causes are bath toys, shampoo caps, and other obstructions that block water flow down the drain.

Proudly Serving The
North Shore and
Merrimack Valley
Areas include:
Salem   |   Andover   |   Danvers   |   Lynnfield   |   Melrose
and surrounding cities
Proudly Serving The
North Shore and
Merrimack Valley
Areas include:
Salem   |   Andover   |   Danvers   |   Lynnfield   |   Melrose
and surrounding cities