Affordable Sewer Line Services Newtown, PA
Sewer Line Services in Newtown, PA
Drain and sewer plumbing can have a disastrous impact on your property. Commercial drain and sewer lines are much more prone to damage than residential sewers and have a higher chance of clogs and blockage.
McClain Bros understand how essential a high-performance plumbing system is to your home or business. We offer a extensive list of commercial drain and sewer services to prevent and repair a variety of sewer plumbing problems, including:
Video camera sewer line inspections, Sewer line cleaning, Sink drain cleaning, Lift station cleaning and repair, Storm drain cleaning and repair, and Sewer line pipe repair and replacement
We also offer custom-made sewer maintenance programs to meet the needs of your business. Call McClain today to plan a full commercial or residential plumbing inspection. We’ll do a complete inspection of your building to evaluate the state of your commercial plumbing system and suggest a regular maintenance schedule to prevent drain and sewer issues. We’ll also help you decide what cleaning products and automated systems can benefit your plumbing system.
Drain cleaning services
McClain Bros plumbing professionals are available 24/7 to handle emergency drain cleaning services, sewer cleaning, and routine drain maintenance. Our drain cleaning services include sewer drains, storm drains, floor drains, downspout drains, and more.
McClain Bros can help with any type of clogged drain and handle every sewer cleaning services. Our plumbers produce both residential and commercial services, addressing clogged outdoor drains, clogged bathroom drains, clogged kitchen drains, and clogged sewer lines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Sewer Repair & Sewer Line Replacement Services
McClain Bros does more than unclog drains. We offer a full variety of sewer services, including no dig pipe restoration, sewer line replacement, main sewer line repair, and sewer line cleaning. It is essential to get the right assistance to repair or replace the sewer lines as soon as possible to avert damage. Our plumbing professionals are equipped to address the following sewer plumbing problems:
Broken Pipes: Pipes are cracked, punctured or collapsed by shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
Sewer Blockages: Grease buildup or foreign objects restrict or prohibit proper water flow and/or cleaning of the sewer line.
Corrosion: Pipes have deteriorated and/or broken, causing blockages in the line and restricting water flow.
How Often Should You Clean Out Your Sewer Line?
The amount of time between each professional sewer cleaning depends on several variables, with the most common being the amount of root infiltration in the pipeline. The more belligerent the root growth, the more often you’ll need to have the sewer pipe cleaned to prevent sewer backups. Another factor is the state of the pipeline. Are there any impaired sections, including offset holes, pipes, or large cracks? Sewer pipes may clog if you flush wet wipes, pour grease down the kitchen drains, paper towels or other items that don’t quickly desolve in water. For households with any of the above issues, McClain Bros typically recommends cleaning your main line every year.
What are the signs that my main sewer line is backing up?
There are multiple warning signs that your main sewer line is backing up. Be mindful with the problem before the sewer clogs entirely and damages the house. (1) Slow draining bathtubs & sinks. (2) A ripple sound when you flush the toilet (3) water comes up in the basement floor drain or a first-floor bathtub/shower when the toilet is flushed (4) There is a constant need to plunge toilets. (5) sewer smell coming from drains.
What do plumbers use to unclog drains?
To clear the sewer line of debris & roots, a professional cleaning is essential. These electric drain and sewer cleaning machines have a strong, stiff steel cable with a sharp blade on its tip. The cable rotates as it travels through the sewer pipe, so it cuts away impediments. It will even take roots right down to the pipe walls to reinstate full flow in your sewer pipe. If the machine can’t get through the pipe, your technician can request a video inspection of the sewer pipeline to find out where the blockage is located. A trained eye will then be able to recommend repair options to the homeowner.
Is it necessary to have a video camera line inspection?
Video camera inspections can get to the cause of the problem in a timely and efficient manner. If you experience repeated slow drains, sewer or drain line backups, or frequent toilet clogs, it may be a good idea to have a video inspection performed to determine the underlining problem. The cameras are built into a cord or snake that is connected to a video monitor. The operator pushes the camera snake through the pipeline, and since the camera head is ringed with bright lights, the pipeline can clearly expose obstructions, cracks, and structural damage in the pipe. Video inspections are also strongly encouraged to prospective homeowners before buying a new home. After all, the cost of sewer replacement can be many thousands of dollars.