Your drain clearing includes:
First, our plumbers will determine the location of the clog. That way, they'll know which tools they'll need to clear the clog. If the plumber suspects the clog is deep in your home's plumbing, the plumber may need a camera to find the clog. (Note: Camera inspections may cost extra.)
Before our plumbers do start any work, they'll give you an honest upfront price to clear your drain. The quote you get from our plumber is exactly what you'll pay—no surprises when you get the bill.
Flexible financing options
Worried about cost? We can help with flexible financing.
100% satisfaction guaranteed
If you're not totally happy with our drain clearing work the first time, we'll redo the job on our own dime.
Drain clearing cost in Phoenix
Factors that affect the cost of your drain clearing:
- The location of the clog: Your home's plumbing has a "main" drain line that carries your home's wastewater to the sewer. But each plumbing appliance also has a "secondary" line that connects to the main drain. Clogs located in the secondary drain lines (like sink or toilet drains) are generally less expensive than clogs in the main line, which can be difficult to access and clear.
- Whether or not you need a camera inspection: If the plumber needs to use a camera to find the location of the leak, this will be an additional charge.
- The severity of the clog: For serious clogs, the plumber may need to use more advanced equipment like a sewer jetter to clear the clog. Less serious clogs usually only require a standard clearing cable or auger. Using advanced equipment raises the cost of the drain clearing.
How Scheduling Works
Schedule your drain clearing in 3 steps
Schedule an appointment online or give us a call (602) 280-1793.
Choose a day and time
We're flexible—we do our best to work around your schedule.
Get a reminder call
When our plumber is 30 minutes away, they'll give you a call to let you know they're on their way.