Whether you need a backwater valve or a new toilet installed, our team at The Drain Doctor can help you get reliable plumbing services. We know many residential plumbing specialists who not only offer cost-effective services but also provide free estimates for installations, maintenance, and repairs. Are your drains backing up or have your pipes frozen? You can call us and we will connect you with the right plumbing contractor for 24/7 emergency plumbing services throughout Calgary and the surrounding areas.
Locally and family-owned since 1981, The Drain Doctor is a company to call when you need help with your household plumbing needs, including:
Dripping and leaking faucets
Leaking and running toilets
Slow or clogged drains – sinks, tubs and toilets
Low water pressure
Sump and sewer line cleaning
Have your pipes frozen or burst late at night? Are the pipes in your home so old that replacing them is your safest option? You need an experienced and licensed plumber at your Calgary area home, who is ready to take care of any plumbing problem day or night. The Drain Doctor has a list of preferred plumbing contractors that we can provide to you in case of emergency plumbing needs in Calgary and the surrounding areas. We will help you tackle all sorts of plumbing emergencies quickly when they strike without warning.
Leaking hot water tanks
Leaking or broken pipes
Frozen and burst pipes
We Solve Sewer and Drain Problems
Do you have a clogged drain full of grease, hair or grime? Are your toilets backing up? Let us help you find a plumber in the Calgary area that can clean out any blockage a residential drain can develop. Save time, money and frustration by letting a qualified professional locate and resolve the problem that a simple plunger and chemicals can’t. Whether your shower drain is slow or your kitchen sink is completely backed up, we know certified plumbers who have all the right equipment to help you, including:
Camera and video equipment for inspections
Vacuum and combo trucks
Steam flush trucks
Backflows, Backflow Testing and Backwater Valves
Stop basement flooding problems before they begin by making sure you have a working backwater valve. This check valve goes into your main sewer line and lets the sewage pass out into the sewer if everything is flowing normally. When heavy rain or burst water main reverses the normal flow, you can get backflow and a flooded basement unless you have a backwater valve that closes to stop it. Not sure if you have a backwater valve or if the one you have is in good working condition? Call The Drain Doctor now and we will help you schedule a service for backflow testing and backwater valve installation.