Clogged Drains

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Clogged Drains? No Problem!

If your home is facing a clogged drain—whether it be a kitchen sink, garbage disposal, bathroom sink, tub or shower floor drain—call the expert drain cleaning specialist at Steve’s Professional Sewer & Drain Cleaning.

There are countless reasons why your home may be suffering from a sink that won’t drain. Clogged and blocked drains are a common problem, but they should not be overlooked. They cause slow water drainage, bad odors, potential flooding, and, in extreme cases, can even affect sewage backup. Some of the biggest culprits are:


  • Hair piling up in the shower or bathroom drain and binding with other grimy substances.
  • Soap scum from certain soaps made with grease or fat.
  • Food waste that sticks around even with a garbage disposal.
  • Hard water that naturally causes mineral buildup on the drains.
  • Baking soda and salt concoctions failing to clear the drain and instead hardening.

Depending on the location of the clog, it could be a combination of issues creating a stubborn blockage that even store-bought drain cleaners can’t get through. When that happens, it’s time to call Steve the Pro! We offer the best drain cleaning services for your home by using our main line video inspection equipment to evaluate your clogged drains and find a solution. We can also recommend simple solutions to do at home such as adding hair catchers to all of your showers and tubs.

For best results, it’s important to perform routine drain cleaning on all your most used drain lines, which we can schedule. We are located in New Brighton, MN and serve homes in the Twin Cities metro. Prior to founding Steve’s Professional Sewer & Drain Cleaning in 2009, Steve had extensive experience in the sewer and drain industry, so he’s seen it all!

Mission Statement

To have fair pricing and try to give you the best value for your money.
To take great pride in my work and do the job correctly to the best of my ability.
To treat your home like it is my own by tarping and toweling the area I will be working in to keep the mess at a minimum.
To have all the necessary tools and equipment to do the job correctly the first time.
To ensure all drains are flowing at optimum capacity.
To NOT commit to work that is beyond my abilities.

You're Good to Go With Steve the Pro!