Drain & Sewer Cleaning Service

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Drain Cleaning & Installation

Sewer lines can clog any time throughout the year. Whether your remote learning student has flushed yesterdays homework down the toilet or roots from that really beautiful tree you have growing in the back yard is infesting the sewer line by the home’s cleanout obstructions happen.  

Drain Cleaning & Installation Benefits

Whether you are removing sewer line and drain clogs or taking proper care of your septic system, the benefits of repair, maintenance and replacement if needed can save you a lot of time, money and headaches. 

Replacing old sewer lines prevents cracking
Catch problems before they get out of hand
Regular maintenance can prevent over filled septic tanks
Lower Risk of Dirty Plumbing Work
Broken sewer lines can be health hazards
A full septic tank can cause draining issues
Prevent foul odors
Reduce the Risk of Mold and Bacteria
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Caring for Your Septic Tank.

The sludge that accumulates in the bottom of the tank must be pumped out periodically (every 2 to 3 years for a 1,250-gallon tank for 3 to 4 people). Having a garbage disposal is like adding another person to the household.
If not pumped, the sludge will finally overflow into the soil-absorption area.  This clogs the system, and it will need to be replaced, at major expense and trouble

Frequently Asked Questions

I am cautious about what goes down the drain. Why am I still getting clogs?
You cannot stop all unwanted waste from going down the drain. Clogs can result from hard water deposits, too. Drains will eventually clog, requiring a drain cleaning.
Is it safe to use a liquid drain cleaner from the store to unclog a drain?
No! They only clean out a small hole in the clog and do nothing to clean the drain. The sulfuric acid and lye in such solutions can damage drain pipes, and they put dangerous, toxic fumes into the air.
What methods are used to clean drains?
Depending of the situation, a technician might use a motorized drain auger for a simple clog, or he might employ a hydro-jetter to blast high pressure water into the interior of the drain pipe for a thorough cleaning..

How often should sewer lines be cleaned?
Sewer lines should be cleaned out every 18 to 22 months.
What causes sewer line damage?
Tree roots can invade the joints of pipes, accidental damage can occur from digging too close to the pipes, and there can be deterioration to pipes over time.
How can I prevent damage to my sewer line?
A regular video sewer line inspection is good insurance against joint failures, bulges in pipes, cracks and tree root invasion. This service can prevent costly sewer line backup and major repairs.

Damaged sewer lines? Contact us today!

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