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Residential Services

At Universal Drain Cleaning, we have experts on call 24/7 to diagnose and resolve your residential drain cleaning issues correctly, every time!  We know that clogs can be frustrating, which is why we always offer fast, friendly, and reliable service.  As a local drain cleaning company, and a family living in New Jersey, we take pride in servicing the drain cleaning needs of our neighbors.  We guarantee that you will be pleased by our high quality customer service and professionalism of our entire team!

Types of Residential Drains

Universal Drain Cleaning has the equipment and knowledge to get your lines flowing again.  Below is a list of drains we typically service in residential buildings:

  • Bathroom Sinks/Tubs:  These types of drains are typically clogged due to hair, soap scum, toothpaste and other grime.

  • Downspouts: These can become clogged due to leaves, sticks, dirt, and other debris.

  • Floor Drains: Typically found in garages, laundry rooms, and basements, these drains can be clogged from dirt, rocks, hair, and more.

  • Kitchen Sinks: These drains can be clogged from food waste, grease buildup, detergent buildup, and other debris.

  • Laundry Drains:  These types of drains can become clogged due to lint and detergent buildup.

  • Main Lines: These are the most important lines in your home!  Should you suspect there may be a clog in your main line, please contact us immediately.  Failure to do so could lead to sewage in your basement, odor, mold, and/or water damage.  Main lines can become clogged for a variety of reasons including paper towels, roots, grease, or from a broken or collapsed pipe.

  • Storm Drains: These drains, usually found in parking lots, driveways, and in the street, are used to drain rainwater and avoid flooding.  Storm drains are typically clogged with dirt, garbage, leaves, and other large debris.

  • Toilets:  Toilet drains are typically clogged due to a buildup of toilet paper and other flushable items, but can also be the result of non-flushable items such as baby wipes, paper towels, toys, and more.

  • Utility Sinks:  Depending on where they are located in your home, these types of drains can be clogged from hair, lint, paint, oils, and more.

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