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Reliable Drain Cleaners in Fort Myers, Florida

About Drain Unclogging and Cleaning

Stick to the Professionals

When you’re faced with a sewer or drain backup, it’s best to hire a plumber to snake the drain. Choose the professionals at American Construction & Plumbing to properly diagnose and unstop any clogged drain with our specialized equipment.

Honest Flat Fees

Unlike other companies that may charge you by the hour and drive up the cost of a routine procedure, we are a flat-fee company. That means that we’ll stand by the initial bid we offer.

Common Clog Culprits

There are many factors that can cause your drains and sewer lines to be clogged. No matter the situation, we can help. Check out some of the common causes of clogs:

  • Main sewer line: Water-seeking roots
  • Lateral sewer line: Toilet paper and wipes
  • Kitchen sink line: Ground-up food, grease or organic build up (may require hydro jetting)
  • Laundry line: Lint and soap scum
  • Shower, tub, lavatory line: Hair and soap scum

​Before You Call Us

Avoid Chemical Drain-Clearing Products

Chemical drain cleaners can do more harm than good. Because they typically don’t remove the entire clog, repeated use can erode cast-iron drain pipes, creating leaks. Hire us to professionally and safely snake and clear your drains.

Prevent Future Clogging

You can avoid clogs by watching what goes down your drains. Specifically, you should keep food scraps and grease out of kitchen drains (even if you have a garbage disposal), hair out of bathroom drains and everything but sewage and toilet paper out of toilets.

Maintain Your Sewer Lines and Septic Tank

If you have municipal sewers, hire a plumber to snake your main sewage every few years to remove tree roots that can lead to messy sewage backups. If you have a septic system, get the tank pumped out every three to five years to avoid potential problems and keep everything running smoothly.

Drain Unclogging and Cleaning

Other Ways to Avoid Drain Trouble

There are a few others things you can do to prevent big problems with your drains. If you experience a leak, turn off the water to the entire house with your main water shut-off valve. Remove hoses from outdoor spigots during the winter to prevent frozen water from cracking the pipes and causing a flood. Never use an exposed pipe as a hanging rod for laundry. Doing so can loosen joints and fasteners. Fix plumbing problems quickly. Even small leaks corrode pipes quickly and cause water damage or mold.

Call a Plumber

If you’re experiencing any plumbing-related problems at your property, call American Construction & Plumbing for help.​