Fred A. Cook Jr. Inc. Offers Professional Municipal Sewer Cleaning Services in the Northeast United States
Sewer cleaning is a specialized type of service that requires skill and experience. Critical mistakes are common, and they can cost you both time and money. In addition, they can also result in injury to those who attempt to clean the drains on their own. Fortunately, when you work with Fred A. Cook Jr. Inc., you are working with a licensed, insured, and experienced municipal sewer cleaning company that can guarantee you quality work and service.
Our team is highly trained and experienced, ensuring a safe, effective, and comfortable cleaning. Our methods will be customized to meet your specific needs and the type and size of the blockage. In addition to our professional service, we can also assist with coordination with the municipality for a quick and hassle-free drain repair. So if you are looking for a safe and effective way to clear your sewer systems of stubborn blockages and restore water flow to your home, contact Fred A. Cook Jr. Inc. today.
Understanding the Need for Sewer Line Maintenance & Repair
Sewers are constructed with bends and turn to accommodate changes in pressure. Obstruction by a foreign object can occur in the sewer when there is a partial blockage or complete stoppage of the wastewater flow. When this occurs, the sewage system backs up until it eventually overflows. The overflowing sewage can lead to street damage, home damage, and business damage, not to mention the harmful health implications of raw sewage. Sewers become damaged by contact with overflow sewage, increasing the repair costs.
1. Sewer Line Maintenance Saves on Repair Costs:
Sewer lines can be expensive to repair – it often requires excavation and replacement of the lines. To avoid the cost and hassle of repairing or replacing your sewer lines, contact us for regular leak detection and sewer cleaning. This preventive maintenance will prolong the life of your sewer lines and will help avoid costly repairs. We can vacuum your sewer lines to remove organic waste, wash them out using biodegradable solvents, and perform other procedures to clear them of accumulated sludge and other obstructions.
2. Sewer Line Cleaning Is Preventative Maintenance:
Your sewer lines are the pipeline that carries waste from your home, business, municipality to the county sewer system. They are a critical part of the plumbing system, so keeping them working properly is vitally important. When sewer lines are properly maintained, they will be more efficient and won’t clog. They will also be much less likely to spring a leak and cause flooding in any locality. Understanding the importance of the sewage lines and the resulting importance of investing in professional sewer cleaning to maintain them can help ensure that your sewers work as they should, without blockages and other issues. This will guarantee a safe, healthy home or business environment for locals to work and live in.
"I'd like to take a moment to offer my gratitude to your guys for all the work they performed the last three days here in Millbrook. Jose and Pete were terrific. They were great to work with. We covered over 8,400 feet of sewer main in three days. They are a great team!"
~ Scott Osborn
Frequently Asked Questions
Do sewers get cleaned?
Sewer line cleaning is necessary to prevent sewer line backups, tree root invasions and sewer overflows which pollute our water sources.
How often are sewers cleaned?
Sewers are cleaned every 16 to 20 months or else water supply can be affected if the sewer is blocked.
How does sewer get cleaned?
Sewer can be cleaned in various ways, such as, chemicals, sand filters, hydrojet etc.
How much does it cost to hydrojet a sewer line?
Hydrojetting is a method of cleaning which uses high pressure water to remove blockages. Prices start approximately $1,500 and depend on the length of the pipeline and what is causing the blockage.
How much is it to clean sewer pipes?
Cleaning a sewer pipe costs typically between $100 and $400.