Kitchen Drain Cleaning




Kitchen sink drains are very important to everyone each and every day. We use kitchen sink drains and faucets several times repeatedly all day long without any thought of what is actually happening. What’s happening is the water and debris that is flowing down the drain pipes is actually over time building up grease all around the pipes and eventually over a period of time will cause a back-up. If you choose to put egg shells or peels of some sorts down the drain it could clog immediately. Where will you notice this back-up? It could be in the sink themselves or in the basement laundry tub or on the basement floor drain. This back-up is not allowing water or debris to pass through your sink pipes to make it to the sanitary sewer line. From the sanitary sewer line of course out to the city sewer and away it goes.

People quickly think that when they notice a back-up or slow drain in the kitchen sink to pour down some type of chemicals. This idea of pouring chemicals in a drain line isn’t correct and most the time won’t help the situation. Let’s say the chemical does work the first time but then clogs again, what happens is that those chemicals your pouring down your drain line system is potentially destroying and weakening your pipes integrity. What that means is that when a drain technician comes into your home and tries to snake or cable your line there is a possibility that the drain pipe will break or start to leak because of the chemical that has been sitting in there for a period of time.

Unless you have the proper tools to get the job done right, we hope you consider hiring a professional to remedy the situation before it gets much worse. From washing your greasy hands, to washing food and much more overtime causes the pipes to clog with build-up from all the daily debris that we truly don’t notice or realize is going down the drain. Your kitchen sink drain line might also be more susceptible to getting clogged based on how long your drain line is and how many bends it takes to get to where it needs to go. Updating your kitchen sink drain line before is rusts out might be a good idea to consider. Hiring a professional when you notice that your kitchen sink is moving slowly or is completely clogged is the way to go. At Ken’s Sewer Service we come out with professional grade equipment to get your job done right.
We clear the worst of any kitchen sink clogs. Weather we’re unclogging a potato or orange peel, to a unpleasant greasy drain line we are here every step of the way. We look forward to hearing from you and hope we can earn your business and future business.