Drain Clearing Services

Contact A.J. Perri, your local New Jersey plumbing experts, we can eliminate any stoppage in your plumbing system.

Our professionals have the expertise, tools, and know-how to remove any clogs in your sinks, toilets, bathtubs, and more. We always treat your property with the respect it deserves, wearing shoe covers and using drop cloths, so there’s minimal cleanup for us to do when we’re done with your drain cleaning in New Jersey.

For more on this or any of our other products and services, please contact us. Don’t forget to ask us about our exclusive 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!

Video Inspection

Our advanced video inspection equipment allows us to pinpoint the exact spot of the problem within your pipes, meaning we can find the clog with total accuracy without digging up your entire yard or otherwise damaging your property. We insert the camera into your plumbing and have a look. In addition to providing a dead-on diagnosis, this technology makes it possible to fix many problems at the source.

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Water Jetting

Many drain pipes become clogged over time with grease, hair, soap scum, sediment, sludge, and roots, which inhibit the proper function of your home’s drainage system. When your blockage is too complex for drain snaking to help, sewer jet cleaning can be the solution.

Sewer & Water Line Repair

Even though you can’t see them, as a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to ensure the water and sewer lines running from your home to the street are in good condition. That means you need qualified professional plumbers who can come to the rescue whenever trouble strikes. A.J. Perri is your go-to source for fast, effective repairs, whether we use traditional methods or trenchless dig technology. If your problem can be solved by the latter, you can avoid having your yard dug up and dealing with the unsightly fallout that results.


What are common causes of clogged drains?

Some of the most common types of drain clogs include soap scum, hair, grease, debris, and foreign objects that go down the drain. 

How can I prevent clogs from happening in my drains?

Being careful about what you flush down the drain is the most important. You also can use drain covers to protect them and catch debris, and make sure to clean your drains regularly. 

Can I use a plunger to clean my clogged drain?

A plunger can be a good way to clear minor clogs in your drain. However, more severe clogs should be handled with professional drain unclogging services. 

Can I use chemical drain cleaners to clear my clogged drain?

The harsh chemicals found in many commercial drain cleaners can seriously damage your plumbing, and in some cases, it may make clogs worse. Rather than using these products, you should contact our professionals to take care of any clogs in your drains. 

How often should I have my drains cleaned by professionals?

We recommend calling us for drain cleaning services at least once yearly to ensure clogs don’t happen in your pipes. 

How can I tell if I have a clogged drain?

Some of the most common signs you have a blocked drain are slow-draining water, unpleasant odors, gurgling noises, and backups. 

Is it safe for me to use a plumbing snake to clear my clogged drain? 

Using one of these tools on your drains yourself can be dangerous and could cause damage to your pipes. That’s why we recommend letting our drain clearing company handle the work. 

Can a clogged drain damage my plumbing?

If left unaddressed, clogs can lead to burst pipes or water backups. This is why you should have any clogs taken care of as soon as possible. 

How much does it cost to have a professional clear my clogged drain?

How much it will cost to have a plumber take care of your clog depends on several factors. These include the severity of the clog and where it’s located. We can provide you with a transparent and fair estimate for the work. 

Why is it important to hire a professional for drain clearing services?

Having experienced plumbers working on your sewage drain cleaning means the job will be performed as safely and effectively as possible. Trying to take care of it yourself could damage to your plumbing and may not solve the problem.

"It always happens at the worst time, the toilet is backed up or the sink is overflowing, and you have guests arriving soon. We’ve all been there – call us, and leave your worries with our qualified plumbers!”

– Plumbing Service Mgr., A.J. Perri