Residential Sewer Line Cleaning

Your Sewer Line Cleaning Experts

Clogged sewer lines that back up can be a major headache for homeowners. Regular sewer line cleanings are very important for proper home sewer maintenance. Sewer lines that is not regularly cleaned are more prone to getting clogged, making it significantly more difficult and costly to clean later on. Water that is slow to drain can permanently damage your plumbing fixtures, which in-turn can lower the resale value of your home.

Stagnant water can also cause serious health problems to occupants in your home. A clogged sewer line harbors bacteria and germs. It encourages the growth of mold, which can cause health issues ranging from sneezing, itching eyes, and coughing to serious allergic reactions such as asthma attacks, and permanent lung damage. In order to prevent these issues, it’s important that you contact a local plumbing company that offers sewer line cleaning services.

How to Clean Out a Main Residential Sewer Line:

A main sewer line clog might not at first seem to present an immediate threat to your home, but the issue should be addressed immediatly. The consequences can include a backed up toilet or multiple backed-up sinks draining into the tub, nasty to evan think about. And if you place an emergency call to a plumber, you’ll likely end up with a large bill. However, if you’re game to doing some preventative maintenance, you will save yourseld time and money in the process.

A Word of Warning

Sewer backups can occasionally come from more serious issues. Such as tree roots in the yard that find a sewer line and damage the pipe. This cannot be unclogged by utilizing normal sewer line cleaning methods. Improperly installed sewer lines or shifted pipes are also more prone to clogs.

It’s okay to try and clean out a clogged sewer line but know when it may be time to call a professional plumber. At The Sewer Surgeon we understand what it takes to get the job done properly. Don’t wait til the last minute before calling The Sewer Surgeon. Emergencies cost more and can take longer to repair so check out our specials and call us early to keep your cost low. 

How Often Should Sewer Lines Be Cleaned?

Great question. If your home is older, it is more the likely that an immediate sewer line cleaning would benefit you is much higher. As a solid preventative measure, you should have your sewer lines cleaned once every 18 to 24 months. If your home has been experiencing frequent issues with your sewer lines, it’s recommended you contact a plumber to schedule a video camera inspection. Keep in mind that there are several plumbing systems in your home that may require maintenance so make sure to check with your residential sewer line cleaning professional.

Sewer Line Cleaning With Hydro-jetting

High-pressure drain cleaning systems using hydro-jetting is a favorite for many drain cleaning professionals. Hydro-jetting is very effective for dealing with grease and sludge in sewer lines. Small jets can be used to clean kitchen sink lines and drains leading to sewer lines. Hydro-jetting ia a great tool for residential sewer line cleaning.

For sewer lines clogged with grease, there are some remedies you could try. White vinegar works very well when mixed with baking soda for a bubbly sewer line cleaner. The bubbles created from this chemical reaction help toward small clogs and provide a better working drain. The best resource for these materials and tools are a reputable, licensed professional plumber who understands your residential sewer line cleaning needs.

Get A Free Estimate

We are more than happy to give advice and make recommendations on which solution is most suitable for your needs. If you need residential drain cleaning services, don’t hesitate to call for an appointment! We offer free estimates for all plumbing services and include written quotes. At The Sewer Surgeon, we offer competitive pricing all day, every day. Ask about our coupon specials, call us today at (855) 650-7867.

Large Commercial Sewer Line Cleaning Services are also available at SWE Undergound.

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