Clogged Drain? You May Need to Repair Your Drain Line.

Clogged Drain

A clogged drain is the most common reason people call a plumbing contractor. Whether it is a clogged toilet or shower or even a kitchen sink that won’t drain, clogged drain lines usually happen at the most inconvenient times.

Call My Georgia Plumber at (770) 268-2331 as soon as you see that slow drain starting to happen before it becomes a major problem. The plumbing pros at My Georgia Plumber routinely service sewer and drain lines, from a simple toilet auger or snaking of a lateral line to the complete replacement of a broken or collapsed mainline.

Using the latest technological advancements available, sewer cameras and electronic line locators ensure proper diagnoses of the problem and allow us to give you an accurate quote for the cost of the repairs.

Sewer and drain line systems are one of the most overlooked areas of homeowner maintenance in a home. We have put together a few guides for homeowners to ensure their drains flow freely and keep their plumbing in tip-top shape year-round.

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Informative Articles and How To’s

Drains clogged? Sewer backing up? Toilet not flushing? Sump Pump stop working? Call My Georgia Plumber at  (770) 268-2331  or schedule online. We provide complete sewer and drain repair, clogs, back-ups, and replacement services in Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Ball Ground, Canton, Cumming, Holly Springs, Kennesaw, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Woodstock, and surrounding areas.

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