Using something you can simply buy at the store may seem like the simpler, cheaper, and faster option, but in recent years, Drano has been found to be an extremely unreliable and unsafe option. Because of this, sewer pipe cleaning is better than Drano, and at North Georgia Inliners, we are proud to offer better and safer cleaning options.
What Is Drano?
Drano is composed of extremely harsh chemicals for the purpose of clearing out clogs and other issues inside your pipes. However, this can also cause issues with the pipes themselves. When you use harsh chemicals inside potentially fragile pipes, you can cause major problems.
Cast iron pipes, for example, are very sensitive to corrosion and can become easily corroded with the presence of harsh chemicals. Clay pipes work in much the same way; they’re sensitive to chemicals and will break down if they come into contact with chemicals they “don’t like”. PVC pipes stand up slightly better, but even they can be worn down and become uneven with the presence of chemicals like those used in Drano.
What Makes Sewer Pipe Cleaning Equipment Better Than Drano?
For all of these reasons, sewer pipe cleaning options are better suited to removing clogs than Drano. Drano is a temporary solution, not a long-term solution. It may seem like your clog or issue goes away, but wait two weeks- you’ll be going back to Walmart to buy more Drano.
With North Georgia Inliners, we promise that our sewer pipe cleaning process is better than any Drano, or Drano-like product that you could ever buy. We provide clean, professional services at reasonable prices that can put your clog worries to rest. We offer a two-step cleaning process.
First, we video camera inspect your pipes to determine where the clog is and what it’s made of. Then we do the actual cleaning process based on what your clog is made of. Each composition needs a different solution. No matter what, our team at North Georgia Inliners has the right tools to ensure that the job is done right the first time.
Call us today at (404) 682-2998 for your sewer pipe cleaning. It’s better than Drano- every time.