Blockage Drain Repair

Blockage Drain Repair

Hello friends.

Today we would like to tell you about the causes of blockage in your sewer system. Causes of blockage may be different, but they all eventually lead to a backup, which can significantly deteriorates the quality of your life at home and can undermine your health. So why do blockages happen?

A very common problem are the roots that grow into connections of old ceramic pipes. Blockage can also be caused by fat that goes into your kitchen sink, hair, toilet paper, or shifts on old pipes. All this can lead to a blockage and require a blockage drain repair.

You can deal with drain blockage in different ways, each varying by price, hours of work and warranty.

Clogged Pipe and Blockage Drain Repair

If hair or a lot of toilet paper has clogged your drain, then you will need to make use of a mechanical snake. It will deal away with your blockage quickly and inexpensively, and blockage drain repair will be finished.

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Drain Blockage Solutions

Otherwise, if there is an accumulation of fat, you should use a powerjet instead to save you money. If there are roots that have grown into your sewer system, then you can remove the blockage with a snake, and then clean the pipes with powerjet. However, this does not guarantee that the roots will no longer grow into your pipes. Therefore, we strongly recommend conducting a full or partial replacement of the sewage system, to prevent problems in the future.

Before conducting blockage drain repair, we recommend performing a camera inspection.

In our experience, 90-95% of all sewage problems happen in the building trap. Therefore, it is better to remove it and install of two back-to-back cleanouts in its place, which greatly simplify the processes of servicing and inspecting the sewage system.

All our work is licensed and insured. All excavated projects come with a warranty for 25 years. We carry out most of our work manually to preserve your landscape and always try to minimize the damage to your property.

Call us, and stay dry.

Drain Cleaning, Sewage Pipes, Building Traps

Drain Cleaning

Hello friends.

Today I want to tell you about the drainage system. We will start off with sewage pipes. A sewage pipe gets not only pure water but also extra substances, such as soap remains, toothpaste, food, debris and other various types of waste. Among drainers, there are many stories about what is possible find in an old building trap.

Therefore, we sometimes we carry out the complete replacement of the sewage system. We perform replacing procedures of all floor drains, stacks, and branches, as well as install a back water valve to fully protect your home from rain water.

With this type of work, it is important to choose the right slope, so that water and all possible waste are moving towards the city drains at the same speed. If the angle is too high, water will run faster than the waste, which will clog the pipes and the backup. Who wants a wet basement with a bad smell?

The big problem with a small slope (that’s less than 1 degree) is calcium deposit. In residences, this substance occurs mostly from dishwashing when water runs off and does not wash out the tube walls. Over time, the entire pipe gets clogged, which makes us unable to use one of the most crucial parts of our system for drain cleaning.

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We would also like to leave a post scriptum about building traps. It is a very old style of sewer systems, which is now absolutely dated and unnecessary, since now, every plumbing device, such as a kitchen sink, toilet, sink, shower or bath, have their little trap, which is a trap for bad smells and external objects that could accidentally get into the system. In this case, we just work on drain cleaning with a snake. Building traps often get clogged or even damaged from tree roots. Therefore, we recommend removing the building trap even if the system is working well. About our next work, we’ll tell you in upcoming blog posts.

Stay dry.