Drain and Sewer Cleaning Methods We Deploy
From a backed-up drain to sewer system failure, drain and sewer issues
can cause significant problems to your plumbing. Regardless of the problems,
our experienced team has the right equipment to handle any job, big or
small. Our technicians are fully equipped with the latest technology to
address your drain and sewer concerns.
We have the following tools at our disposal:
A variety of flexible steel drain snakes: These steel cables are designed with blades to move through your drain
and flush away debris of any size.
cameras: When it’s difficult to see into your drainage system, our technicians
use miniature video cameras that travel through your pipes to assess the
Gentle yet high-pressure water equipment: We pride ourselves on removing obstructions while being gentle on your
pipes. ZOOM Jetting® water equipment uses water jets to blast away
contaminants from your drains.
Eco-friendly drain treatments: Safe and bacteria-based drain treatments are techniques we utilize to clear
pipes of plant root growth and other naturally occurring items and keep
them from coming back.
We’re so proud of the tried-and-true methods we deploy to resolve
our customers’ drain and sewer concerns.
Allow us to bring you the same successful results by calling our experts today at (847) 320-9078.
Experts & Educators in Drainage Maintenance
Our dedicated Evanston technicians have decades of experience that allow
us to provide cost-saving solutions and educate the community on preventing
drain issues. We always recommend hiring a professional for serious plumbing
problems, but we know sometimes a do-it-yourself approach is more appropriate.
Try these simple techniques to keep your drains and sewers issue-free:
Avoid putting old leftovers or hazardous products down the drain: Most fruit and vegetable scraps are safe to put into the garbage disposal.
However, avoid discarding items such as cooking grease, eggshells, non-flushable
wipes, and hygiene products down your drain. These items can be detrimental
to the long-term operation of your pipes.
Use a drain catcher: Found at your local store, drain catchers keep unwanted items from getting
caught unknowingly in your drain. These nifty, inexpensive items are designed
to protect your plumbing from being inundated with hazardous and clog-inducing
objects and pollutants.
Flush drains regularly: Believe it or not, your drain could already be clogged and you’d
never know it until something catastrophic happens. To help keep your
drains unobstructed, flush five gallons of hot water down your drain regularly.
In need of more expert advice? Call us at (847) 320-9078 to make an appointment in Evanston or request a quote and we’ll be there when you need us!