Commercial And Residential Drain Cleaning In Miramar
We Can Keep Your Drain And Sewer Lines Flowing Their Best
Life can be hectic and the last thing you want to worry about, on top of everything else, is a drain clog slowing down your daily routine. It’s recommended that you get your drains inspected at least once a year – if not more, especially if you’re a business with high usage – and putting it off only runs the risk of eventually dealing with a messy, and costly, emergency backup. At Zoom Drain of Fort Lauderdale, we specialize in drains and sewers – that’s all we do. Our experts work fast and efficiently to solve whatever wastewater problem you might have in your drain lines.
Our experts are all background-checked and each clean over 1,000 drains every year, which is more than the typical local plumber will handle in a lifetime. But what makes them experts? Well, they undergo an extensive in-house training program, one that offers both classroom and hands-on training, to better understand the technology and skills of the industry. They’re not learning on your drain, they’ve already undergone the hours and training to earn the title of expert. And when we show up to your home or business in our fully-stocked service trucks, you can rest assured we have all of the tools and equipment needed to get the job done right, whether it’s our video sewer inspection camera, our powersnake or our high-pressure water jetter. If there’s something in your line, blocking the flow of wastewater, we’ll take care of it!
How Often Should Your Home’s Drain Lines Be Inspected?
It’s probably the most common question we get asked: how often should I get my drain and sewer lines inspected? It should be done at least once a year because, unfortunately, one inspection and cleaning won’t keep your lines flowing forever – there’s regular upkeep involved and while we don’t have a crystal ball, planning ahead can go a long way. And that all starts with a video sewer inspection, but what exactly are some of the benefits when it comes to choosing Zoom Drain of Fort Lauderdale to see exactly what’s going on inside of your wastewater lines?
- No Digging: There’s no digging necessary, meaning there’s no worrying about your property’s landscape. Our video inspection equipment enters and exits through the pipe.
- Real-Time View: We’re able to spot any potential problems, from small holes and cracks to pesky clogs that are forming – and our equipment can see up to 150 feet of your line.
- Get A Copy: After we’ve taken a look inside of your pipes, we’ll send you the highlight reel of any potential problems that we might’ve found in your line and potential solutions.
- Next Steps: If we locate a problem in your line, such as excessive buildup or a clog forming, we have all of the tools to handle it right there, offering the best solutions.
If you remain vigilant, doing so on a regular schedule, you ensure you most likely won’t have to deal with any major problems in the not-too-distant future. A yearly inspection, along with routine maintenance like a high-pressure water jetting service, will keep your lines free of any buildup or debris – you can even sign up for a maintenance plan and not have to worry about it!