The Manax name is synonymous with quality service backed by years of experience. Manax will unclog your drain, recommend a maintenance product and provide tips for keeping your drains flowing freely. We are experts at solving all types of drain and sewer line problems – especially when it comes to kitchen drain cleaning.
Kitchen drains clog over time. They run slower and slower as greases, soaps, fats and detergents build up on the inner walls of the pipes and eventually cause blockage. A Manax service technician who specializes in kitchen plumbing services will cut through the clog and remove all debris. So the next time you experience a clogged kitchen drain, you know who to call.
Manax is also able to assist you with drain cleaning in every part of your home. For example:
- Bathroom drain cleaning. From showers and tubs clogged with hair and soap buildup to sinks filled with toothpaste and other grime, bathrooms present their own challenge when it comes to drain cleaning. In addition, toilet drains are sometimes overwhelmed with toilet paper and other items. Manax has all the equipment necessary to solve each challenge.
- Basement and utility room drain cleaning. Floor drains are common in basements and laundry rooms, and can also be found in garages, patios, driveways and bathrooms. These drains are equipped with a trap that should be kept filled with water to prevent odors and sewer gas from escaping. Dirt and debris can clog floor drains but Manax can open them quickly to restore good drainage.
- Outdoor drain cleaning. Downspout drains help to channel water from roof gutters away from your home. Many downspouts are connected to the city’s storm sewer system via underground pipes which can become clogged with leaves and debris and cause a backup. Manax provides professional plumbing services that clean downspouts and their connecting pipes to prevent flooding and restore proper drainage around the home.
In addition to kitchen drain cleaning services, Manax technicians can assist you with kitchen leak repairs if damage has already been done. Visit our Plumbing Basics for faucet leak tips and other advice for preventing damage and maintaining the plumbing system in your home or business.