Drain Cleaning Services
Need a reliable drain cleaning company? Look no further! Church Plumbing & Heating provides complete drain cleaning services (also known as “roto-rooter-ing”) for most homes and small businesses in Elkhart, South Bend and the surrounding areas. We’ve got the technicians, tools, and expertise for just about any drain cleaning job:
- Backed-Up Sinks
- Drain Camera
- Main Sewer Cleaning
- Plugged/Stopped-Up Toilets
- Root Blockages in Main Lines
- Sewer Jetting
- Slow Drains
- Underground Line Locating
We Have Payment Plans!
A sewer back-up isn’t something most folks plan ahead for. Don’t worry, though… We’ve got you covered there, too! We have special financing plans available that can help alleviate the stress of finding the funds to pay for emergency plumbing repairs. Click the button below to apply.
Nervous about picking the right plumber? How do you know someone is going to do a good job and charge a fair price? At Church Plumbing & Heating, we let our customers speak for us. We ask our customers to review our performance after each service call to make certain they thing we are doing a good job. Put your mind at ease and see what our other customers have to say by clicking the link below.
One morning as you are rinsing your coffee cup and getting ready to run out the door, you notice that you have a kitchen drain clog and that the sink has a little bit of water standing in it. Not that big of a deal, and you have to get to work. You’ll worry about it later. However, by that evening the kitchen sink is full of gross, smelly, dirty water and your well-orchestrated evening kitchen routine has ground to a halt. You can’t do dishes, you can’t cook, and you can’t even rinse an apple for a snack without
An emergency drain cleaning call (also known as “roto-rooting”) can cost hundreds of dollars. A blocked sewer line can cause thousands of dollars in property damage — not to mention the potential negative health consequences that can result from exposure to raw sewage backing up into your home. As with many things, an ounce of prevention can help you to avoid hours of frustration and save hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars in the long run.