Floor Drain Clog Removal
Our floor drain clog removal service will unclog any shower floor drain, or clear a clogged floor drain in a shower, laundry room, basement, garage.
We provide SAFE and FAST drain cleaning of clogged floor drains 7 days a week with NO MESS.
Plus! we promise 100% satisfaction to properly clear a clogged floor drain, and offer a warranty on parts and labor.
In short, we will do whatever it takes to get rid of clogs in floor and shower drain lines!
Clearing Clogged Floor Drains
No object stuck inside a floor drain is too difficult for us to remove because we use high quality professional floor clog removal power tools.
Using various pipe snakes and augers, we can break up the toughest floor clogs.
We take precautionary steps to not scratch or damage your floors when working, and can try our best to retrieve a valuable item, like a ring, that rinsed down the drain.
Got a clogged shower drain? Laundry room floor drain overflowing from washing machine’s waste water? Schedule a Budget Rooter Plumbing Plus! floor drain clog service visit today. Use our Zip Code Search on this page to see if we service your area. If you prefer to contact us online, fill out the Schedule Free Estimate form on this page. Or call us 7 days a week at 908-822-2004.
Avoid Floor Drain Clogs
It goes without saying to avoid floor drain clogs resulting from hair, bits of soap, shampoo residue, lint, sand, oil, dirt, and other materials you should always use a drain cover or drain strainer.
However these nasty items can still manage to seep into your floor drain pipes and crystallize into a large solid object over time.
Our floor drain cleaning plumbers don’t recommend you try to unclog a floor drain yourself with over-the-counter liquid products or chemicals because you may actually cause expensive damage to the drain pipes, especially if you don’t know the condition of the pipes from corrosion, weak couplings, broken elbow fittings, tree root infiltration, etc.
We also never recommend you try to disassemble a drain yourself because they can be extremely tricky to reassemble and parts can break in the process.