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Clogged sink drains and blocked toilets are a pain, but luckily, we have the solution! Oakland Emergency Plumbing has a network of licensed specialists who can unclog any type of drain, including bathroom sinks and kitchen sinks. If you ever need around-the-clock service, our after-hours plumbers can respond to your call 24/7. Don’t wait for a clogged sink to cause a flood; call us today for drain cleaning services!

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Whatever plumbing issue you might be experiencing– be it a stopped up sink, leaking water line, backed-up toilet, or burst pipeline– we’ve got you covered.

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We know that nothing is more frustrating than a blocked sink or backed up toilet, especially when you have guests over! We also know how important it is to get these problems fixed quickly because even a seemingly minor blocked sink drain can cause a flood. Luckily, we can help you find an affordable Oakland plumber at any time. Whether you need emergency drain cleaning services or sink repairs, we can help you find affordable plumbers near you.

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How to Unclog Underground Drainage Pipe - Step by Step Guide

Step by Step guide for unclogging drainage pipes that attach to downspouts.

-Step 1, do a visual inspection with a borescope camera to determine which drains need attention.
-Step 2, detach the drains from the bottom of the downspout.
-Step 3, attach and turn on the water hose to fill the buffer tank.
-Step 4, Uncoil all of the high-pressure line from the reel. and uncoil all of the sewer-jetter line. These lines should be placed in “long loops.”
Step 5, Place the jetter tip 1-2 ft. in the first drainage pipe, stand clear of the pipe, then pull the trigger. Be careful not to get sprayed by the reverse jets or hit by flying debris.
Step 6, Feed the line through the pipe. Use a back and fourth tugging motion on the line to clear all blockages.
Step 7, Once the jetter tip daylights, slowly pull the jetter line back through the pipes while maintaining water flow.
Step 8, Feed the jetter through the same pipe in the reverse direction if necessary. Make sure the pipe exit is clear of all blockages and that water can freely flow/exit the pipe.