What a major nightmare. First the toilet gets stopped-up, but the plunger seemed to work…for a while. Why does this toilet consistently stop up, yet eventually decides to drain and work again? Sometimes – though this may seem to be a less-serious problem – hidden beneath the ground is a significantly greater problem than your everyday clogged toilet. You may be dealing with a considerable sewer problem.Read more
Having a clogged toilet can be a real nightmare. Having company over for a special occasion and the guest bath toilet is stopped-up? Sometimes we’re able to get away with the ole’ plunger. Other times, the use of a plunger just won’t cut it. Only one hour before the company arrives and you’re stuck.Read more
Clogged sewers and drain problems – let’s face it – are a true nightmare. You have a house full of kids and no-one can use the shower, or what’s far worse…no restroom! These are the times that people will often reflect on just how good “we” have it. Let’s add fuel to the fire by considering this happens in the middle of the night in your nice basement home with its’ new pool table and expensive area rugs. What do you do?Read more
Service your septic system is absolutely critical to the life of the system. Your leach field, which is also know as a septic drain field must be properly maintained and treated in order to keep a healthy system. Having a professional treat your leach field system will save you tons of money and aggravation down the road. So just what is a septic leach or drain field? Let’s take a look.Read more
Septic Tank Systems need greater care than a city sewer system where the homeowner responsibility comes into play. Most homeowners on city sewer systems know that sewage treatment is handled by their municipality, especially when the water and sewer bill arrives in their mailbox! If you are on a Septic Tank System, the responsibility for maintenance is all yours. Bio Remediation Treatments are crucial to maintaining a healthy and stable Septic System.Read more
What is Hydro Jetting?
Hydro Jetting is a process in which your sewer pipes are scoured by streams of high-pressure water shooting out of a hose at up to 3,500 psi. These high-pressure streams are strong enough to cut through and clear out any debris in your sewer lines.Read more