Drain Cleaning

Male Plumber Cleaning Clogged Sink Pipe In Kitchen

Is Hydro Jetting the Drain Cleaning Solution You Need?

November 3, 2020

Clogged drains and pipes stink – and not just literally. Blockages in the drains mess up the internal plumbing in your home, reduce water flow, and slow down drainage. This can lead to water backup – which could overflow and lead to some horrible situations. Prolonged blockages can also damage your pipes, cause leaks, or…

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How The Storm And Roof Gutter Drains Should Be Cleaned To Work Properly

How The Storm And Roof Gutter Drains Should Be Cleaned To Work Properly?

March 12, 2019

Storm and roof gutter drains are an integral part of our homes. They help us control and remove most of the water that comes into our home from outside sources such as storms and heavy rain and it also helps to keep the water out of our crawl spaces. However, the importance of these two…

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Water Hydro Jetting Service - Duncan Plumbing

Why Choose Water Hydro-Jetting Technology?

January 8, 2015

Commercial or residential hydro-jetting Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) cool and accumulate on the side walls of sewer pipes restricting flow and causing blockages that can result in overflowing manholes, basement backups and Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs).  According to the most referred Santa Cruz plumber, this waste can discharge into storm drains, creeks and ultimately…

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grease trap maintenance important to restaurants

Why Clean Your Grease Trap Frequently

November 5, 2014

Cleaning your trap One of the most important reasons to clean your grease trap frequently is because the longer waste is trapped, the stronger the odors.  Also, according to your professional Santa Cruz plumber, fruit flies will accumulate and collect, resulting in a breeding frenzy that in most cases will require an aggressive growth inhibitor pest…

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Odor Free Drains - Duncan Plumbing

Keep Your Drains Running Smoothly

June 25, 2014

Odor-free drains Keep a drain odor-free by running very hot tap water through it after each use. About once a week, throw in a handful of baking soda, followed by hot water through the drain. According to the plumbing of Santa Cruz experts, you can pour in 1 cup of vinegar, let it stand for…

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