Miguel is a Journeyman Plumber in Nevada with 17 years of experience and knowledge of all facets of plumbing for residential and light commercial buildings.
He started in the plumbing trade as a labor performing underground plumbing for residential buildings.
Later he moved as a plumber instaling rough-in plumbing, like: water system, waste and vents pipes, gas pipes and the finish plumbing or trim.
He worked as a maintenance engineer at Aria Resort and Casino at City center Las Vegas taking care of the maintenance of restrooms for pools and spas and the misting system for the cabanas at the pool deck.
Since 2009 He founded his company and is providing sewer and drain cleaning services in Las Vegas, NV area.
He speaks English and Spanish.
Plomero en Las Vegas con 17 años de experiencia y conocimiento de todas las fases de plomeria residencial.
Las Vegas sewer and drain cleaning
MG Drain Cleaning Services is a family owned and operated business that provides sewer and drain cleaning, as well as hydro jetting services at affordable rates.
We provide drain cleaning services in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Summerlin and surrounding cities.
Our rates are reasonable and the job is done with professionalism guaranteed.
DRAIN CLEANING SERVICE
Clogged laundry sink
Clogged kitchen sink
Clogged garbage disposal
Clogged bathroom sink
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Clogged floor sink
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Clogged grease trap
Plugged main drain
Tree roots in pipe
Grease in pipe
Clogged main drain
Clogged sewer pipe
Your professional drain cleaner in Las Vegas
Drain cleaning Las Vegas
Liquid Drain Cleaners are a quick, inexpensive, convenient solution for many people with a slow or a clogged drain.
Chemical drain cleaners are easy to find and relatively cheap, particularly when you compare the price of a bottle of drain opener to the cost of one visit from a plumber. However, these popular products could end up being very expensive in the long run, as they are dangerous both to pipes and to people.
These liquid drain cleaners are caustic chemicals that are best used to dissolve soft clogs like hair or grease. While most of these are available to anyone in your local discount store, some are very heavy duty and should only be used by licensed plumbers. These chemicals eat away at these soft clogs near the surface of the drain opening, but they can eat away at other things.
Liquid drain cleaner can cause a lot of damage to you if it gets on you or in you. These chemicals can burn you if they come in contact with you externally or internally. If even a little splashes back on you during use, be sure to wash it off immediately (or to follow any other protocol the manufacturer lists on the packaging), if it is left on your skin it could cause some serious burns. If ingested, liquid drain cleaner can be fatal; this is why it is important to keep these products away from children and pets. These are some of the most hazardous items that the public can easily and readily purchase.
While these drain cleaners can often be effective, they may not always unclog your drain, particularly if the clog is deep. Shallow clogs near the surface work best with these products. If you have used chemical drain opener with no success, you will have to manually unclog the sink. If these caustic chemicals remain in the pipes behind a deep clog, they may be stirred up by your further unclogging efforts. This means that these chemicals might come up the drain and could splash back onto your skin or even in your face.
Your items can also be damaged by liquid drain cleaner. These are caustic chemicals designed to dissolve clogs, like hair, meaning they can dissolve other things as well. Liquid drain cleaner can cause damage to a variety of items like wood, fiberglass, paint, and fabrics.
Liquid drain cleaners can be dangerous to your pipes as well. These cleaners can dissolve clogs, but they could easily dissolve much more. Old plumbing is particularly susceptible to further problems when these drain openers are used. Metal pipes can be eaten away by liquid drain cleaners. If you use these often, or if your pipes are otherwise compromised, the cleaner can create a hole in the pipe, and this, in turn, leads to a much bigger plumbing problem. You may have started out with a common clog, but you could end up with a large leak inside a wall and an even larger bill for a plumber, carpenter, and other contractors to repair the damage.
While liquid drain cleaners may seem like a good, quick, inexpensive way to fix a clog, they are incredibly dangerous and risky. Not only could you or a loved one get hurt by using these caustic chemicals, but you could also do damage to you property. Most often, however, the danger is to your pipes. While you might not know it now, repeated use of liquid drain openers could be causing your pipes to slowly be eaten away, leading to a much larger job than a simple clog. To avoid these risks, avoid liquid drain cleaners and use more traditional methods to unclog drains, and consider getting a professional plumber involved.
Sewer and drain cleaning service in Las Vegas, NV
I get so many questions about drain problems, there is not a standard or simple answer to any drain problem you may be having. But this is kind of a guide to the warning signs and a "what not to do" plan.
Most people will say "I have this clog and I used every kind of drain cleaner from "Drano" to "Liquid plumber" and I even cleaned out the trap and ran a snake down the drain and nothing, it is still clogged". Let me say this first "CHEMICALS DO NOT WORK" .
If you have a small amount of hair in the trap, yes it will clean that but a plunger will do the same.
Please, save your money and don't buy that junk. Cleaning out the trap is great if the clog is in the trap. Sometimes it is, most times it is further down the line than in the trap. So what do you do?
If the clog is persistent it may not be a DIY situation. You should find an affordable professional drain cleaner to complete the job for you.
Let's start with a kitchen Sink clog.
In a single bowl sink, (with water in the sink) put the plunger in the sink over the drain and push and pull without letting the plunger come away from the sink until you pull it away to see if it worked. Don't spend more than 5 minutes on this. If you did not clear it in 5 minutes, you will not clear it with a plunger. In a double bowl sink you will need to have someone hold the stopper down tight in one bowl while you plunge the other bowl. If you have a disposal, plunge the side without the disposal because if you have a dishwasher without an air gap you may be plunging this dirty water into your dishwasher and if you used chemicals this can be a bad thing, another reason not to use chemicals. As with the single bowl, if you don't get it in 5 minutes give up.
Now it's time to deal with the fact that this clogged drain is more than just a dirty P- trap. You have two choices:
1.- Call a drain cleaner.
2.- Go rent a snake from the local tool rental store.
In the long run, for many reasons, you would be far better off, just calling a drain cleaner. But if you are willing to take the risks and possible end up calling a professional drain cleaner anyway, go rent the snake. Maybe you should not try this yourself, have it done by a professional drain cleaner.
Note: drain cleaning machines can be very dangerous; you can be badly injured with it. You will need a snake long enough to go from under your kitchen all the way to the main drain line in the house. So a small hand snake may not do anything, because it did not reach the clog. If a drain line goes 50 feet and the clogged section of the pipe is between 20 and 30 feet down the line a 25 foot snake will not clear the clog.
When I run water down my sink, water comes up in the sink or tub down stair.
This happens when the two drain lines are tied together before they run into the main drain. When the drain gets clogged passed the lower fixture, the water from the upper fixture has no place to go so it backs up in the lower fixture. To solve this you will need to run a snake from the lower fixture to the main drain.
When I run my washing machine, water backs up in the tub and my toilet bubbles.
This may be a local stoppage, or a main line stoppage, If you have a septic tank, it may be full. I know you want to try to fix this yourself, but you are much better off calling a drain cleaner and or a septic contractor. This is why:
1.- If your septic tank is full, there is nothing you can do, but have it cleaned.
2.- You may need a large powerful drain cleaning machine, running a machine like this is extremely dangerous, the snake can get stuck in the pipe, costing you thousand of dollars and damage to your home to remove it. Not to mention you may damage the pipe under the ground or your septic tank.
3.- The snake may go the wrong way in the pipe and destroy one of your toilet.
4.- You can spend the whole day fighting with this and still end up having to call a professional drain cleaner.
Call MG Drain Cleaning Services for any clogged drain or sewer backup.