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24/7 Drain Cleaning in the Baltimore Area

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Len The Plumber Heating & Air is proud to be the go-to source for reliable drain cleaning in Baltimore.

With over 25 years of home service experience and a commitment to complete customer satisfaction, we go above and beyond to ensure your drains are flowing smoothly and free of obstructions.

We service Baltimore, Baltimore County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Harford County, Carroll County, and Cecil County.

Don’t let a clogged drain disrupt your home — call today to schedule drain cleaning

Signs You Need Professional Drain Cleaning

Homeowners should be aware of the signs that they need professional drain cleaning to keep small problems from becoming emergency plumbing issues.

Here are a few signs it’s time to consider professional drain cleaning for your property:

  • Foul odors coming from drains may indicate organic matter buildup or sewage
  • Gurgling noises could mean air is trapped in the pipes due to blockages
  • Clogs in more than one fixture are likely a sign of a blockage in your main drain or sewer pipes
  • Recurring clogs in the same drain suggest that the clog isn’t fully cleared
  • Slow or no drainage in sinks, showers, or tubs indicates a severe blockage
  • Drain flies are attracted to food waste stuck in your drains

Types of Drain Cleaning We Offer

Our team uses video pipe inspections to pinpoint major drain blockages and eliminate them once and for all. We offer powerful drain-cleaning solutions to eradicate any obstructions in your pipes.

Depending on the location and severity of your drain clog, we may recommend:

If tree roots or other materials have caused stress and cracks in your pipes, we also provide drain and sewer line repair and replacement. We proudly offer a two-hour response time on all main drain and sewer line emergencies.

Drain Cleaning Tools

Len The Plumber Heating & Air uses the best tools to fully clear stubborn blockages from your drains. During your drain cleaning appointment, our team may use these to address your drain clog issue:

  • Plunger: While this common household plumbing tool is great for DIY jobs, your plumber can use it on sinks, showers, and toilets.
  • Drain auger: Plumbers use this professional tool to break up and pull out clogs hidden deep within your pipes.

Call for Same Day Drain Cleaning in Baltimore

When your drainage system is sluggish or severely blocked, turn to the team at Len The Plumber to clear the way for improved plumbing performance.

With our unbeatable service guarantees and a fleet of fully stocked trucks, we strive to provide the perfect solution for your plumbing problems on the first visit.

We’re committed to your convenience, comfort, and safety. Count on our team for no added fees for evening, weekend, or overtime services.

Clear your drains of unwanted obstructions. Call to schedule drain cleaning in Baltimore today.

Frequently Asked Questions About Drain Cleaning

How often should my main drain be cleaned?

Our plumbing professionals recommend cleaning your main drain at least once every 18 to 22 months. Adhering to a regular drain cleaning schedule will help prevent sediment buildup and severe blockages in the future.

How do I keep my drain lines clean?

Homeowners can maintain their drain cleanliness using a DIY pipe-clearing solution between professional cleanings. Pour 1 tablespoon of salt into your drain, followed by a 1/4 cup of plain white vinegar, and let it sit.

After an hour, pour a pot of boiling water down the drain to loosen up any sediment buildup. Repeat these steps a second time to get the best results.

What should I not put down the drain?

These are just some of the items that homeowners should avoid sending down their drains:

  • Food scraps
  • Coffee grounds
  • Oil and grease
  • Paper towels
  • Sanitary napkins and feminine care products
  • Drain cleaning chemicals

Even a garbage disposal can’t break up everything, so be careful about what goes into your kitchen sink drain.

Is DIY drain cleaning safe for my plumbing system?

It depends on what kind of DIY drain-cleaning solution you use. Most store-bought drain cleaning chemicals are not recommended for safe drain cleaning. These chemicals can build up in your system and cause severe blockages.

While DIY solutions such as salt, vinegar, and boiling water mixtures are great for continued maintenance, they should not replace professional drain cleaning at least once every 18 to 22 months.

What to Expect
From Len The Plumber Heating & Air

Our team has the skills and expertise to solve any HVAC or plumbing problem—guaranteed.


From smart solutions to unbeatable customer service, our top goal is to deliver services that impress.

Simplified Home Services

We’re a one-stop shop, so you can easily find, choose, and save on all your home service needs.

24/7 Availability
& Reliability

We’re always ready to provide plumbing and HVAC repairs when you need them most.


We quote the price you’ll pay before work begins and don’t charge extra for overtime, evenings, or weekends.