Sewers & Drains – All Hours Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is your go-to expert to fix and unclog any drain or sewer. We offer in-line video inspection to spot the exact location and extent of the clog, high-pressure water jetting to break up the toughest of clogs while cleaning your drain or sewer lines from end to end, root removal and pipe repair and replacement.
Some plumbing issues can wait. A clogged sewer or drain isn’t one of them. Count on All Hours Plumbing Heating & Cooling to make matters right, 24/7.
Backflow – Backflow is a reversal in water or sewage direction caused by a reversal in water pressure. Backflow can be confined to your property or stem from problems with the city water supply. Whether it’s water or sewage that backs up, contamination occurs. If left unchecked, the results can be harmful to your health.
We are backflow inspection and prevention specialists and can help prevent backflow contamination.
Common Reasons for Backflow:
- A break in a city water line can cause polluted water and other contaminants to enter the city water supply.
- Line flushing and firefighting
- Water systems supplied by wells or that come in contact with untreated and contaminated streams or ponds
- A toilet flush valve without an anti-siphon device can permit toilet odors, vapor, or worse to enter household plumbing and the water you drink.
- A garden hose used to clean out sewer lines or rain gutter downspouts or fill a swimming pool – a drop in pressure can cause contamination from these sources to draw back into your water supply.
- If an insecticide attachment is used on a garden hose, backflow can cause a potentially lethal contamination of water supplies.
All Hours Plumbing, Heating & Cooling protects your drinking water by blocking contaminants from entering your home.
Plumbing Repair – From frozen pipes to a leaky faucet, All Hours Plumbing, Heating & Cooling can solve all your household plumbing issues.
- Broken or clogged garbage disposals
- Leaking bathroom and kitchen faucets
- Slow or clogged drains
- Running or overflowing toilets
- Broken or leaky pipes
- Sump pump failure
- Water heaters
- Low water pressure
- Clean inside your drains and garbage disposal with a solution of baking soda and vinegar.
- Never pour oil or grease down a drain. Instead, put it in a container you can discard later.
- Check your sink and tub stoppers at least four times a year for hair and bio-film
- Periodically, fill each sink in your home to the brim and then pull up the stopper. The volume and weight of the water will help flush the drain lines.
- Once a month, pour an organic drain cleaner down each of your drains. Products like Bio-Clean work much better than the chemical drain cleaners and won’t damage your fixtures or pipes. Plus, they’re environmentally safe.