Your plumbing system provides you with the clean water you and your family drink, cook with, and bathe in. It also serves as the conduit to remove water that is dirty or contaminated from your home. The pipes that accomplish these tasks wind through your crawlspace, under your floor, and behind your walls.


As important as this system is, we generally take it for granted until a problem arises and we’re left with a mess, a headache, and a large bill.

Why Should I Should I Care About My Plumbing?

Your plumbing is designed to be out of sight, so you need to be extra proactive in maintaining it. If you don’t, you won’t notice an issue until it leads to damage in your home. For instance, if you have a leak in a pipe, the water can leak out and lead to the deterioration in walls, floors, and subflooring. And where water soaks in, mold will follow. All of these can add up to expensive repairs.


A home with plumbing that is maintained is an efficient home, and efficiency leads to cost savings. Blockages in the drains can lead to added stress and pressure on the pipes, which will shorten their lifespans, leading to leaks and the need for repair or replacement. Even a small leak in a pipe can waste several gallons of water each day, increasing your water bill by a significant amount annually.


However, you can address these problems with routine maintenance. The time you invest in learning your home’s plumbing system and how it operates can save significant money in the long run. Here are some areas where a Drain Blaster Bill technician can help you keep your plumbing system running smoothly and efficiently:

●      Blocked Plumbing Valves

Each of your fixtures (sinks, toilets, etc.) contain a shut-off valve that controls the supply of water. We can help you identify and test the valves to make sure they are clear with no blockages. In the event of a major leak, knowing how to quickly shut the water off can avert a big headache.

●      Pipe Inspection

A Drain Blaster Bill technician can inspect pipes for leaks. We can view the area around the pipes for signs of leaks, such as warped wood or discoloration. We can also check underneath the house, cabinets, or counters for any items you have stored to see if there is any evidence of water damage.

●      Clogged Drains

Do the drains in your sinks and showers drain away the water quickly? Do your toilets flush slowly or back up frequently? Do the pipes make gurgling or bubbling noises while the water is draining? Each of these could be a sign that there is a clog in your pipes or a blockage in a drain vent inhibiting the outflow of water.

What Should I Do if There Is a Problem?

When a blockage occurs in your plumbing system, it’s time to call a plumbing professional who has the experience and equipment necessary to clean your pipes. Drain Blaster Bill offers comprehensive drain cleaning for home and business owners in the Twin Cities. 


From minor service to a major emergency we are ready to help you 24/7. Call us at (763) 913-8719 to schedule your service today!