Expert Drain Cleaning Services

Over time, your drains may be the victim of stubborn, unstoppable clogs from grease, oil, food waste, hair, and other types of debris. When you find yourself reaching for the commercial drain cleaner on a regular basis, it’s time to get a Torch Plumber on the phone.

How Can You Tell if a Drain is Clogged?

Most of the time, a clogged drain is quite obvious. You’ll notice a backup of water in your bathroom sink or shower. However, some clogs may be more difficult to pinpoint. When a clog is missed or ignored for too long, it can cause significant damage to your plumbing system, so make sure you keep an eye out for the following symptoms of an obstruction:

Kitchen Sink Drains Slowly
Unpleasant Odors Around Drains
Water in Bathroom Sink or Shower Drains Slowly
Toilet Won't Flush or is Difficult to Flush

Garbage Disposal Repair

Your garbage disposal unit works hard to break down food scraps for easy, safe disposal through your plumbing system. However, a garbage disposal may need occasional repair. It’s common for garbage disposals to get caught on something, preventing them from spinning. Other mechanical issues can also occur within the garbage disposal itself that calls for an expert’s attention. If you haven’t dealt with garbage disposals before and are uncomfortable working with them, get a Torch plumbing technician on the phone to schedule your repair. Whether you’re seeking comprehensive garbage disposal repair, or a new garbage disposal installation service, we have the skills, tools, and expertise to get the job done right.

Here are four common signs that your garbage disposal is in need of a repair:

Garbage Disposal is Leaking Under Sink
Think about how often you use your garbage disposal. All of the rumbling and shaking will eventually loosen various connections between your unit and the sink, causing water to leak out.
Garbage Disposal Drains Slowly
This is most likely a common clog. Don’t stick your hand down the drain, give us a call so we can safely disassemble the drain trap to clear any blockages up.
Garbage Disposal is Humming Loudly
If your garbage disposal turns on but doesn’t spin, that means its inner flywheel is jammed on something and potentially caused the circuit breaker to trip.
Garbage Disposal Won’t Switch On
This indicates an electrical problem and will need to be inspected by a professional to diagnose the issue.

Drain Cleaning Technicians Near You

Torch covers a lot of ground. If you live in or around any of these areas, then we can take your emergency off of your hands: