Drain Cleaning Services

Drain Cleaning Services

Your home’s plumbing relies on clean and clear drains to function effectively. Even a minor blockage can lead to unpleasant odors, reduced water flow, and potential health hazards. If ignored, these issues can escalate into more significant plumbing problems. At Mesquite Plumbing Inc, we provide professional drain cleaning services to keep your plumbing system in top shape.

For prompt and reliable drain cleaning,Call us at (972) 285-5938

Types of Clogged Drains We Address

Our experienced plumbing team is well-prepared to tackle all kinds of drain clogs commonly found in homes and businesses. With years of hands-on experience, we’ve encountered and resolved a wide range of drain blockages. Our drain cleaning services cover:

Kitchen Sink Drain:

Whether it’s grease, food debris, or rogue utensils causing a slow drain, our plumbers will efficiently clear the clog and leave your sink drain functioning like new.

Clogged Bathroom Sink:

Toothpaste, loose hair, and soap scum can lead to a bathroom sink blockage. Our drain cleaning experts are ready to clear the clog and eliminate any lingering residue.

Clogged Toilet:

Toilet clogs can result from various factors. While a plunger may help with minor issues, our professional plumbers are equipped to handle major toilet clogs, reducing the risk of toilet overflow or sewage backup.

Clogged Shower & Bathtub Drain:

Some DIY drain cleaning methods may provide temporary relief for shower or bathtub clogs, but it’s essential to have a professional plumber remove deep-seated clogs and any buildup of hair, soap scum, or pet dander.

Washing Machine Drains:

A backed-up washing machine drain due to lint or detergent residue buildup can create chaos. Our quick action can minimize the disruption caused by a clogged drain.

Utility Sink Drains:

It’s essential not to treat utility sinks as trash cans. Not all items should be disposed of down the drain.

Floor Drain Cleaning:

Floor drains play a crucial role in preventing severe water damage during storms or plumbing emergencies. Regular inspections and cleaning are essential to ensure they function correctly.

Main Drain:

Your home’s main drain is the sewer line. It can span from 12 to 24 inches long, making it challenging to locate clogs. Regardless of its location, our plumbers can expertly clean and remove clogs to prevent sewage buildup.

Roof Drains:

A roof drain blockage can lead to water overflow and roof leaks. Our drain cleaning services prevent water damage around your property.

Landscape & Yard Drains:

These drains help prevent flooding after rainfall but can become clogged with leaves, mulch, dirt, and debris. Our team ensures your drains are ready to handle any weather conditions.

Basement Drain & Sump Pumps:

Regularly checking your basement drains for debris and testing your sump pump is essential to avoid sewage backup or flooding.

At Mesquite Plumbing Inc, we possess the expertise and tools to address drain and sewer line plumbing issues for homes, apartments, businesses, industrial facilities, and commercial buildings. Our drain cleaning services offer immediate relief and preventive measures to stop clogs from reoccurring. We rely on proven methods and state-of-the-art equipment to resolve plumbing issues.

Recognizing Signs of a Clogged Drain

Detecting signs of a clogged drain early can save you from costly repairs and hazardous situations. Keep an eye out for these common indicators:

Toilet Bubbling:

If your toilet gurgles or bubbles before, during, or after flushing, there’s likely a clog in your plumbing system. These bubbles indicate a blockage somewhere within your plumbing that requires professional attention.

Water Backups:

Any water or sewage backup in your home is a sign of an obstruction in your plumbing system. Besides indicating a blockage, it can create a hazardous environment for your family. Backup can occur in any drain, from your shower to your kitchen sink.

Slow-Draining Water:

Water should flow quickly down your home’s drains. If it’s taking longer than usual, it’s a clear sign of a clog that should not be ignored.

Unpleasant Odors:

Buildup of soap scum, hair, toothpaste residue, or food debris in a clogged drain can produce foul odors. Over time, these odors can spread through your plumbing system and exit through other drains.

Puddles of Water:

While unexplained puddles of water are not always a sign of a clogged drain, they should be addressed promptly by a professional plumber. This prevents water waste, reduces the risk of water damage, and allows us to locate and remove obstructions in your plumbing system.

Causes of Clogged Drains

Understanding the causes of clogged drains is crucial for both identifying current plumbing issues and preventing future clogs. Here are some common causes:

Debris Buildup:

Clogs often result from the accumulation of debris such as soap, hair, cooking oil, food scraps, and natural materials like twigs and leaves.

Damaged Pipes:

Cracked, ruptured, broken, or corroded pipes due to old age can lead to backups and clogs.


Heavy rainfall can bring debris into your plumbing system, leading to blockages. Storms can also shift your home’s soil, causing damage to your plumbing system.


Tree and shrub roots seeking water can latch onto your pipes, causing them to grow into the pipes over time. As the roots expand, they can obstruct your drains and disrupt your plumbing system.

Inappropriate Flushing:

Items like baby wipes, cotton swabs, coffee grounds, menstrual products, paper towels, hair, bandages, medications, fats, oils, grease, dental floss, and leftover cooking grease should never be flushed down your toilet.

Frozen Pipes:

Frozen pipes can obstruct water flow as the ice melts, potentially leading to major pipe damage, backups, or further clogs in your system.

Clogged Vent Pipes:

Clogged vent pipes can trap hazardous sewer gasses in your home and create pressure in your plumbing system. Our team can safely remove these obstructions.

Liquid Drain Cleaner vs. Professional Plumbers

While clogged drains are a common plumbing issue, store-bought liquid drain cleaners can often do more harm than good. When drain cleaning chemicals are used, they can corrode metal pipes and generate enough heat to melt plastic pipes.