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The Plumbing Nightmare - A Clogged Sewer Line

High Velocity Jetting to Clear a Clogged Sewer Line

A clogged sewer line can quickly escalate from a minor inconvenience to a catastrophe. Sewage backup is just one of the causes of a clogged sewer line. Extreme weather could result in flooding, mudflows or a landslide, which then causes a clogged sewer line.

What is that Smell?

At 1st Home and Commercial Services, we provide sewer cleaning services to solve your worst clogged sewer problems. We utilize specialized sewer cleaning equipment to clear sewer blockages quickly by hydro-jetting.

Using modern plumbing equipment and techniques allows us to clear your sewer line of blockages more efficiently than other methods.

Sewer Line Repair

Main sewer lines are typically the largest drains in your home. Your plumbing system connects other drains to the main sewer line, which runs under your house to the city sewer line or septic tank. In addition to clearing sewer line clogs, we’ll identify and repair breaks in a sewer line that could cause a larger sewage problem.

We will perform a video camera inspection to identify damaged or corroded sewer lines and repair or replace the sewer line.

Sewer Maintenance prevents Clogged Sewer Lines

To prevent sewer lines from getting clogged, we recommend periodic sewer maintenance. Our licensed plumbers provide sewer cleaning services to homeowners and commercial businesses to ensure their sewer lines do not accumulate excessive sand, grease, sludge, stones or other materials.

Learn more about environmentally safe drain cleaning and sewer cleaning treatments in the next installment of Plumbing Insights, brought to you by the experts at 1st Home and Commercial Services.

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