Clogged Pipes

Leaky Faucets & Pipes

We can get those leaks repaired quickly and efficiently, saving you money.

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Garbage Disposals

Don't keep being bothered by problematic garbage disposals and dishwasher issues.

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Sewer Lines

Our certified plumbers are experts at sewer line repair and replacement for compromised lines.

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Septic Tanks

Our certified septic tank technicians have mastered septic systems & leach field installations.

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Clogged Pipes

If your sink, shower or toilet is clogged or draining slowly now is the time to get it fixed!

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Is your sink, shower or toilet clogged?

If your sink, shower or toilet is backed up or starting to drain slowly now is the time to get it fixed and keep your plumbing system flowing smoothly.   Don't just ignore the problem until it gets even worse.  You can trust our expert technicians at PlumbSmart to always get this dirty job done right. 

When you hire PlumbSmart to fix your sink & shower drains or to clear a backed-up toilet, you are always getting expert-level service from the best plumbers around. We proudly serve Asheville, NC & all surrounding areas.

To discuss your plumbing system repair needs, call PlumbSmart today at (828) 761-6882.  We have same-day appointments available.

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Comprehensive Drain Cleaning Services

Our drains carry your wastewater out of your home. When they aren’t working effectively, it can become unpleasant quickly. Knowing the warning signs of a problem can help you call in our drain cleaning professionals before your plumbing system breaks down.

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Drain snaking is here to save the day and unclog those pesky blockages.

We all know the frustration that comes with a clogged drain. Whether it's a slow-draining sink or a backed-up shower, these plumbing issues can put a damper on your day. But fret not, because drain snaking is a tried and true technique that can tackle even the toughest blockages.

So, what exactly is drain snaking? It's a method of clearing blockages in your pipes using a specialized tool called a drain snake. This flexible and slender tool is designed to navigate through your pipes, breaking up and removing any debris or obstructions in its path.

However, it's important to note that for more complex or severe clogs, it's always a wise idea to call in professional plumbers. They have the experience, knowledge, and advanced tools to tackle even the toughest situations. Plus, they can offer advice on preventing future drain backups and keeping your pipes in tip-top shape. To discuss your plumbing system repair needs, call PlumbSmart today at (828) 761-6882.

Now, you might be wondering if you can handle this task yourself or if you should call in the professionals. The good news is that drain snaking can be a DIY project if you're up for the challenge. With the right techniques and a bit of patience, you can become a master at clearing your own drains.

When it comes to using a drain snake, there are a few key steps to follow. First, you'll want to locate the access point to your drain, which is usually found near the fixture or in the basement. Once you've found it, insert the drain snake into the pipe and gently push it in, rotating it as you go. This motion helps the snake grab onto any debris or blockages, allowing you to pull them out.

Remember, taking your time and being gentle is crucial to avoid damaging your pipes. It's also essential to wear gloves and protective eyewear during the process to ensure your safety.

By incorporating regular drain snaking into your maintenance routine, you can prevent future clogs and keep your plumbing system running smoothly. It's a cost-effective and efficient way to maintain a healthy and happy home.

So, the next time you find yourself faced with a clogged drain, don't panic. Grab your trusty drain snake and tackle the issue head-on. With a little bit of know-how and the right tools, you'll be able to bid farewell to those stubborn blockages and enjoy free-flowing drains once again. Happy snaking!

Symptoms of struggling drains include:

Drain cleaning

Fixing broken, collapsed or misaligned pipes

Improving water flow

Inspecting using video equipment

Performing preventative maintenance

Removing and repairing sewer lines due to roots

Removing blockages caused by grease buildup

Removing foreign objects

Repairing broken seals between pipes

Repairing or replacing sewer lines

Repairing or replacing water lines

Replacing substandard pipe materials

Whole house repiping of water and/or sewer lines

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