Clogged Drains

Commercial Clogged Drains

A clogged drain can be a serious issue for your business. There are possibilities of it causing many other kinds of problems in your building. Be sure to call Miami Rooter at the first signs of a clogged drain to prevent a major clog or backup! You can trust us to resolve your clogged drain issue!

Signs of a Clogged Drain

  • Water backs up out of sink drain
  • Water builds up around shower drains.
  • Rotting smell coming from kitchen sink area.
  • Water drains slowly after building up around drain.
  • Puddles of water build up on the floor near the
    sink or bathtub.
  • Toilet water bubbles when you run the sink water.
  • Drains make gurgling noises

Miami Rooter Handles it All

  • Floods
  • Bacterial Contamination
  • Leaking Drain Lines
  • Backups
  • Overflowing Water

Types of Commercial Floor Drains

Specific-area drains – Commonly used for restrooms, showers, and locker rooms. These drains help provide overflow protection.
Sanitary drains– Used in restaurant and food
preparation areas and many other industries. These
drains are corrosion resistant and are recommended to reduce bacterial accumulation.
Trench drains – Used commonly for gas stations and convenience stores and many other commercial businesses serving food and beverages to provide overflow drainage.

Catch basins – Designed for flat bottom or
rounded trench drains.
Floor sinks – Commonly used for food and beverage manufacturing plants. Used to decrease splashing from high volume and high flow rates.
Deep sump drains – Designed for heavy volume applications such as continuous flow and debris-filled fluids. Often used in meatpacking plants, dairies, hazardous waste processing, and more.
Double containment drains – Great for drainage systems exposed to intense cold and high heat. Designed to help manage condensation.

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