Discover answers to frequently asked drain & sewer cleaning questions.
Your sewer line carries all your plumbing waste away from your home or business. Ensuring your sewer line is clean is critical in preventing sewage backup, property damage, and health risks.
If you are in a newer home you shouldn't have any issues. However, if you are in an older home or a home with a large root system near your sewer line, you may want to have your sewer line inspected and/or cleaned every few years.
Cleaning your drains may not be something you think of as regular home maintenance, but keeping your drains clean can prevent future problems.
How often you clean your drains will vary based on when they were last cleaned, the type of plumbing you have, and how old your home is. As a general rule, you should have your drains cleaned every few years. If you have an older home you may want to have your drains cleaned more frequently.
In addition to cleaning sewer lines, we clean all types of residential and commercial drains including: kitchen drains, bathroom sink drains, bathtub and shower drains, floor drains, roof drains, and more. If you have a clogged drain that needs cleaning, give us a call. We have a full array of drain cleaning equipment including cameras and under ground pipe location tech.
Drains get clogged for all kinds of reasons. Even if you are diligent in what you dispose of down your drains, over time they can still become clogged.
With regular use sediment can build up in the drain restricting the flow of water. This is common in bathrooms where hair and soap scum can stick to the interior of the drain pipe. Over time you'll notice that water takes longer to drain than normal. If you suspect your drain is clogged, get it inspected and/or cleaned sooner than later. The longer you wait, the more costly problems can be down the road.
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