Floor Drain Experts
Floor drains are essential for removing and preventing standing water in flood-prone areas like basements, garages, laundry rooms, patios, and even older bathrooms.
- Floor drains must remain uncovered and unclogged at all times
- You can test the functionality of your floor drain by pouring two gallons of water down the drain at once. If the water disappears quickly, you’re drain is clear. If water collects on the floor and takes time to drain, you may have a partial clog. This test should be conducted twice a year for optimum drain performance.
When Drain Master Plumbing & Rooter appears to unclog your floor drain, we use a high-tech electric drain cleaning machine, which cuts through any and every blockage lurking inside the pipe. Your drain will flow like new, and will stay that way for a very long time – guaranteed!
Floor Drain Pro tips:
- Bad smell coming from the floor? Pour a gallon of water directly into the drain, filling up the trap below. The standing water in this trap acts as a barrier between the sewer and your nose.
- To prevent floor drain clogs, never sweep dust and debris into a floor drain. Nothing should be going down there – except water!