Clearing Plugged Septic Lines
As Well As Sewer Lines, Gutter and Sump Pump Lines :
If you are experiencing a back-up in your home, slow drains, gurgling toilets or drains, plugged toilets, etc. it could be due to a plugged septic lines or sewer lines. Our trucks carry electric power snaking equipment capable of snaking various sized septic lines or sewer lines, indoor and outdoor, residential or commercial. We can accommodate up to a distance of 250-300 feet depending on the circumstances and access plugged septic lines. To better evaluate a possible plugged septic lines (or sewer lines) we have camera equipment available (if needed).
To help prevent plugged toilets:
Do not flush feminine hygiene products, baby wipes, personal care wipes, medicated wipes, condoms, rubber gloves, rags, candy wrappers, dental floss, cigarette butts and diapers to mention a few.
To help prevent plugged kitchen sinks:
Avoid putting coffee grounds down the garbage disposal. They won’t harm the garbage disposal and they’ll actually help eliminate odors. However, they can accumulate in drains and pipes, causing clogs.
To help prevent plugged bathroom sink lines:
Avoid rinsing large amounts of hair down the drain.
To prevent damage or plugged main sewer/septic lines
Do not plant large trees near these lines. Our power snake equipment can be used to cut and remove tree roots. As tree roots grow, they may expand and exert considerable pressure at the crack or joint where they entered the pipe. The force exerted by the tree root growth will break the pipe and may result in total collapse of the pipe. Severe tree root intrusion and pipes that are structurally damaged will require replacement. We have backhoe equipment to excavate and expose the line for repair or replacement.
Commercial sewer lines:
If you are experiencing problems with large commercial sewer lines we have hydro flush/vac trucks available for these types of situations.
Gutter and sump pump lines:
These also can plug, but our snaking equipment can be used to clear these as well.
If you have question on plugged septic lines or sewer lines, (as well as the other lines mentioned above) call 585-or fill-out and submit the below form