Kitchen sinks get a lot of use. Many things can cause the kitchen sink to become clogged or slow. Grease and oils can accumulate on the sides of the kitchen sink trap and drain until the water can barely pass. Washing dirty vegetables from the garden can deposit sand and dirt in the trap. Pieces of wrappers and packaging can accidentally go down the drain. We've even pulled full utensils that lodged in the pipe from the previous homeowner.
Our technicians know how to get stubborn clogs out (including utensils). Our proprietary hydro-jetting machine not only clears the clog but cleans build-up off of the side of the pipe-walls preventing future clogs and build-up.
Tip: Avoid pouring oils and fats down the drain. When fats and oils are warm, they are liquid. As the oils become cooler in the sewer pipes, they solidify on the pipe-walls and build up over time, restricting the ability of the drain to efficiently pass water and increasing the likelihood of a future clog or slow drain.