$93 Emergency Rooter & Drain Clearing in Boise, ID
Get Drain Clearing Work—Without the Guesswork
Perfect Plumbing, formerly A1 Plumbing, has served Boise, Idaho and our Treasure Valley neighbors for over 30 years. Our plumbing pros are bonded and certified. We'll inspect your drain with a camera and diagnose the issue before any rooter and clearing work is started.
We'll review your clearing and rooter options so you know exactly what is wrong and how best to solve it. We stand behind all our drain & rooter work with:
- We Strive for Same-Day Service
- Precise, Upfront Pricing
- A 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - We're rated 4.5 out of 5 on Google with over 950 reviews. See why Perfect Plumbing is the valley's most trusted plumbing experts today!
Cost of a drain clearing in Boise
- Low cost: $93
- Average cost: $315
- High cost: $700
- Accessibility and location of the clean out—The clean out is a pipe that allows an entrance point into the drainage system for drain clearing.
- Plumbing removal—If we have to remove any plumbing to reach the drain, that increases the cost.
Contact us to schedule an estimate.
How we provide Red Carpet service
Schedule with ease
Know exactly when we'll arrive
No more waiting around! We will call you 30-45 min before your plumber arrives at your home.
Roll out the red carpet
Upon arrival, your uniformed plumber will put on shoe covers and roll out the red carpet to protect your home's floor.
Get upfront pricing
Your plumber will do a full inspection of your pipes and drains to find the problem. Then they'll present you with options and pricing for each, whether it's a full rooter job or a simple snake and clear—no surprises!
We strive to provide same-day drain clearing services
Relax while your plumber rooters your drain and cleans up the work area. Our drain clearing is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. That means if it clogs again, we'll correct the work, no questions asked.
Before you call, try these quick fixes:
- Use the right plunger: If you've tried clearing the drain with a plunger, make sure you're using the right kind. Cup plungers should be used for sinks; flanger plungers, for toilets.
- Plunge using water, not air: Ensure that the plunger is covered in water when you're plunging because you're trying to loosen the clog with water, like a hydraulic pump. Pour water into the sink or toilet until the plunger is covered.
- Plunge quickly and maintain a seal: Push and pull on the plunger's handle with quick, concentrated thrusts for 20 seconds without lifting it out of the drain.