Commercial plumbing services


Your office is your workspace. It is your home away from home, the only other place where you spend most of the day. So why should you suffer through frozen pipes, clogged drains or leaky faucets?

Drain Doctor has been providing its clients with only the most reliable plumbing services for over 25 years now. Whether you’re working at a restaurant, a commercial office building, a kiosk, or a spa house, we are here to help you with any plumbing need you might have.

We perform plumbing, drain cleaning, excavation, and septic services at prices that you can surely afford. All of our service vehicles carry an assortment of drain cleaning machines capable of cleaning up to a 4 inch line. For larger lines or lines suffering from grease, dirt or sludge build-up, Drain Doctor has a fleet of high velocity water jetting machines specifically designed to wash the grease and dirt away. Plus, our flat rate pricing schedule assures you that our service technicians are not just slacking off to increase your bill by the minute.

In the unlikely event we are unable to open your line or if we determine that there is some degree of mechanic malfunction within your system, we can provide you with the answers and a multitude of repair solutions necessary for a quick recovery with minimal interruptions to your business. After all, we know that a fully-functional plumbing system is a big factor in making your business a profitable venture.

For customers who have more than one location, we can easily cover 5 counties within our standard area of service: Christian, Greene, Stone, Taney, and Webster. Should you need our help elsewhere, we will cover the surrounding areas for a nominal trip fee.

Drain Doctor also offers a complete line of highly effective preventive maintenance drain care products that will surely keep your pipe lines in good condition in between maintenance appointments. We cannot emphasize enough how important it is for you to learn how to take care of your waterworks system on your own so that you maximize their usefulness as well as cut down on repair costs.