A + Drain – Saskatoon


Shower/Bathtub Drains:

Water should drain immediately when you’re showering and in just a few minutes after a bath. If it’s draining slowly, your tub or shower trap and drainpipe is probably clogged with soap and hair, and shower/bathtub drain repair or cleaning may be needed.

Bathroom Sink Drains:

Slow draining and clogs are often a result of toothpaste, soap and grime. If you lose something down the drain, don’t run any more water. Call us for professional services, who should be able to retrieve the lost item without too much difficulty.

Toilet Drains:

A clogged toilet is often caused by attempting to flush facial tissue, baby wipes or other products that don’t disintegrate the way toilet paper does. Fortunately, there’s a special plumbing tool that can cut through any obstruction while hugging the inside wall of the pipe, giving your toilet drain a thorough cleaning at the same time.

Floor Drains:

Basements, laundry rooms, garages, patios, driveways and even older bathrooms often have a drain to carry away water and prevent flooding. Usually they are equipped with a trap that should be filled with water to prevent odors and sewer gas from escaping. Regular drain cleaning is recommended to prevent major clogs.

Main Sewer Lines:

All your household drains lead into your main sewer line, which connects to a city sewer line or septic tank. The clogging culprit here is usually water-seeking roots that can actually break through the line and clog the drain. See our Sewer Repair section to learn more about this problem.

Bad Sewer Odour in House:

If you notice a bad odour of sewer in your home there are usually 2 reasons that cause this;

1. It may be due a sink or other fixture that is not often used and has no more water in its air trap –  to solve this problem just make sure you use each sink in your home every so often to replace water from the trap that may have evaporated – the water in the trap will seal the bad air in the drains.

2. Your plumbing stack may be filled with snow, leaves or other debris.  In the winter time this is the most likely cause so just go outside and look for the plumbing stack sticking out the top of your roof – it is usually located near your main bathroom.  If you see snow, leaves or other debris clogging the vent, you will need to go onto the roof and clean out the plumbing stack to allow the bad air to vent when you use your fixtures.

If you need our help for any of your plumbing problems, including going up onto your roof to clear your plumbing stack for you, don’t hesitate to call us:


Call: 306 260-7970

A + Drain Corp Saskatoon