When the water in your sink starts to take hours to go down the drain or you notice standing water in your basement due to heavy rainfall, it can greatly hinder the convenience of your and your family's lives. But, slow drains aren't just an inconvenience, they can often be a sign of underlying plumbing issues, causing you thousands of dollars in property damage repairs down the road. And with Markham's hard water, the damage hard water can cause to plumbing fixtures can't be ignored. Whether you've just begun to notice an issue with drainage in your house or it's been around for a while, it's time to call your Markham drain replacement qualified professional.

Our certified Markham plumbers know how frustrating it can be when your drains refuse to do the job they were designed for. That's why when you need Markham drain replacement, our knowledgeable team is committed to providing you with 5-star customer service, long-lasting solutions and the know-how to get the job done. Whether you're facing a backed-up sink, a clogged dishwasher, or unpleasant odors, we'll handle it!

About Our Markham Drain Replacement Services

Calling in a drain cleaning expert for drain replacement in Markham is not something that should be put off until later. The longer you leave a slow or clogged drain, the more problems can occur in plumbing systems, both long-term and short-term. Not only does it smell unpleasant, but a clogged rain left too long can mean water damage to your home, plumbing emergencies like a burst pipe, health risks and even mould growth. Any fixture in the home that carries water is susceptible to backup. Since many of these fixtures carry wastewater, nasty odours can also get into the home if your drain lines have cracks or holes.

But, what does our drain replacement process look like, exactly? Read on to find out:

Assessment and Inspection

The first step in any job is to inspect the problem area. Our experienced plumbers will need to determine the conditions of the pipes before proceeding. Using a video camera positioned on a long, thin rod, we'll snake it done your drain so we can get a better look and assess the problem areas in the pipe. Once we figure out the type of damage, where it is in the drain line, and how best to tackle it, we'll determine the best solution for the job.

Pipe Relining

Once, we've inspected the drain line, if there is no excessive damage, we will recommend pipe relining. This will help you avoid the expensive process of digging up inlaid pipes and replacing them entirely. First, we'll clean the insides of your pipes out thoroughly using a high-pressure water jet, called HydroScrub Jetting. Once the pipe has been cleaned and prepped, we will then insert an epoxy-resin-saturated tub into the clean drain, which will inflate and form the pipe's inner walls. The resin will then be hardened with hot water, and finally, we'll use UV radiation for the final stage of hardening.

Pipe Bursting Hydraulic Replacement

If your pipes are too damaged for pipe relining then we will use pipe bursting hydraulic replacement. This entails replacing the old pipe completely. We'll use hydraulic technology to break down the old drain pipe before sliding in the new one, causing the least amount of damage to your landscape as possible.

Count On Mr. Rooter Plumbing for Drain Replacement in Markham

If you're facing drainage issues then look no further for Markham drain replacement! Our dedicated team of qualified, licensed plumbers are experienced in handling all your drainage needs. From a clogged tub to basement or exterior drain issues, you can count on us to get your drain lines back in working condition! Our plumbing experts have been in the industry for decades, so you'll be hard-pressed to find a drain issue we can't fix.

But, we don't just offer Markham drain replacements and drain cleaning services! We also provide a wide range of other efficient services, such as water shut-off repair and replacement, septic system services, well pump repairs and replacement, commercial plumbing services, and much more!

FAQs About Markham Drain Replacement

How Can I Tell If My Drains Need to be Repaired or Replaced?

If you're not sure whether you need pipe repairs or replacement, the best thing to do is call in one of our professional plumbers. We'll have the knowledge and experience to determine how extensive the damage is to your drain pipes and what the best course of action to take will be. Even if it seems as though the damage is small, there could be lots of underlying sewer line and plumbing issues. Make sure your clogged or backed-up drains don't cause you further problems. Call our expert plumbers today for Markham drain replacement.

What Is the Lifespan of a Drain Pipe?

PVC drain pipes have a relatively long lifespan compared to some of your other household items. Generally, they last between 25 and 40 years. But, with regular upkeep and maintenance, they can last up to 70 years or more. Metal pipes last even longer than PVC pipes, but they do rust and corrode.

How Long Does It Take to Fix A Clogged Drain?

The timeline to fix a clogged drain range, but if it's a simple clog, it can take as little as a handful of minutes. For a major clog, it can take a few hours.

Get Reliable Markham Drain Replacement - Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing Today!

Don't let that leaking water damage your floors or walls for one more second! Call one of our expert technicians today at the first sign of drainage issues for quality services, and we'll get your Markham drain replacement done as soon as possible. Our drain technicians want to ensure you and your family can rest easy.

We're a locally owned and operated business so we know the unique needs of the Markham areas. We're proud to serve its community and the surrounding communities of the GTA.

Contact one of our friendly customer service representatives today and book your appointment with our drain technicians! We promise a prompt response in a time frame that works for you and long-lasting solutions, so we can restore your family's peace of mind.

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