While we offer a full range of plumbing services, we handle more plumbing emergencies than anything else—and for good reason. Plumbing emergencies can do an unbelievable amount of damage, and they can do it fast.
Even if you don’t have a burst pipe flooding an entire room, things like running water and a working toilet are pretty important to most of us. No matter what plumbing problem you’re facing, our experienced team of emergency plumbers is standing by to help.
At Joe’s Drain Cleaning, LLC, we’re on a mission to be the top plumbing service in Lancaster, OH.
Our team can help with:
- Clogged sinks or toilets
- Broken downspouts
- Sink and faucet repair and installation
- Frozen drains
- Sewer and water line inspections
- Garbage disposal repair and installation
- Drain cleaning
- Overall preventive maintenance
From complete re-piping to hot water repair, we’re available for your emergency plumbing needs.
Lancaster’s Most Reliable Plumbers
It doesn’t matter whether you notice a drip under your sink or begin smelling sewage from your bathroom in the middle of the night. At Joe’s Drain Cleaning, LLC, we will make sure that your problem is resolved quickly and efficiently.
We’re committed to providing our customers with fair, transparent pricing. We even offer 18-month interest-free financing. And, for our Friendly Plumber Members, you’ll receive 50% off late hour charges. It’s a perk that comes with your membership!
How Do You Know if You Have a Leak?
Many leaks go unnoticed until they’ve done a considerable amount of damage. A pipe that runs through a wall or connects to an outside tap might be leaking for weeks before someone notices. Here are some clues that you have a leaky pipe somewhere in your home:
- Higher than usual water bills
- Stains or mold and mildew forming on your ceiling, walls, or baseboards
- A sudden dank, musty smell in your home
- Sagging ceilings or floorboards
Not sure if you have a leak? We offer leak detection services! Call today.
Signs a Clogged Toilet Could Be a Bigger Problem
Many toilet clogs can be freed with a simple plunger, but if you have a particularly stubborn obstruction on your hands, we’re here to help. Clogs that can’t be cleared with a plunger alone can be a sign of a bigger issue.
It’s possible a foreign object was flushed and is stuck in the toilet itself (common in houses with children), or there could be a clog deeper in your plumbing system. These types of clogs are particularly dangerous, as if they go from partial clog to full, the pipe could burst and contaminate your yard, or every drain in your home could backflow sewage. Neither option is a good one—trust us.
If your toilet is giving you trouble, especially if you’re noticing gurgling in other drains or a sewage smell, get in touch with our team ASAP.