Perth’s Most Reliable Blocked Shower Drains Experts
Common causes of shower drain blockages
Why Choose Rowson's Plumbing Services For Blocked Shower Drains
Rowson’s Plumbing Services is the best choice for clearing your blocked shower drains. We have been in business since 1998, and we are proud to be one of Perth’s most trusted plumbing companies. Our team has over two decades of experience, so you can rest assured that we will get the job done right.
FAQ about Blocked Shower Drains
Every plumbing repair and installation job, like every other type of job, is unique. There are no two jobs that are alike. As a result, the price of each job will always be unique. A few factors would be considered when estimating the cost of clearing a clogged shower drain. The location, severity, current state of the plumbing system, and parts that must be replaced or repaired are all noted. It is nearly impossible to provide an estimate for clogged shower drain repair without knowing the specifics of the job and conducting a thorough inspection. It is best to contact Rowson‘s Plumbing Services in Perth, Western Australia, who are knowledgeable and friendly local plumbers.
Doing a plumbing job on your own is never a good idea. A few home remedies are available on the internet involving a drain snake or a wire coat hanger, but these are only temporary fixes until licensed plumbers arrive. A clogged shower drain could be caused by clumps of hair build-up blocking the drain or by something entirely different. It is never the homeowner’s responsibility to locate the source of the obstruction. It is always preferable to entrust the task of locating impediments to professionals. Contact a licensed plumber as soon as possible to unclog your shower drain.
Even if you are a handyman, you should avoid doing any plumbing work on your own. Save yourself the extra cost of repairs and the inconvenience. Your commercial drain cleaners and wire hangers may have caused irreversible damage to your plastic pipes and joints, making our plumbers’ jobs more difficult.
When dealing with a clogged shower drain, the best time to contact a plumber is as soon as you notice the problem. It is not a good idea to leave a clogged drain alone or to try to fix it without professional assistance. Call a licensed plumber if you have any plumbing issues, especially if your shower drain is clogged. A plumber will arrive with cutting-edge tools such as drain cameras to determine the source of the problem and high-tech drain augers to unclog your shower drain. In order to avoid a clog, they would even recommend the best drain protector for your specific shower drain.
Below are a few drain maintenance tips to keep your shower drains clog-free:
- The shower drain catcher, as opposed to the shower drain cover, is intended to catch and filter water in the shower. This drain protector will catch debris, soap scum, and hair before they enter your drain pipe. Please keep in mind that in order to be effective, a drain screen must be cleaned on a regular basis. They can be found at any hardware store and usually cost no more than a few dollars.
- Pouring boiling water down your shower drain will help to break up soap scum and dirt build-up, allowing them to be properly washed out of your shower. You should be able to prevent blockages from forming if you do this once a week.
- Baking Soda and White Vinegar – Combining baking soda and white vinegar is a natural cleaner that dissolves hair clogs without the use of harsh chemical cleaners. Baking soda and vinegar are both cheap and widely available. Pour one cup baking soda down the clogged drain first, followed by a cup of vinegar after a few minutes. Allow the mixture to dissolve the blockage for a few hours before flushing the drain with a strong flow of water to clear it out.
- Regular plumbing inspection. Having the plumbing, including the hot water tank and other fixtures, will ensure that your home or commercial property’s pipes are in top shape. This would mean that the water from your shower is not depositing minerals and sediments around the drain pipes. It is advised to have your plumbing inspected twice a year to keep it in the best possible state.