A backed-up sewer is never a fun experience. Knowing the causes can help you take steps to maintain clear sewer lines, as well as detect an issue before it gets too serious. Since 1946, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service has been diagnosing and cleaning out these messy situations. If you suspect the following issues, give them a call to find out how to restore a clean sewer line.Clogged PipesSewer pipes become clogged due to the daily routines we practice in our homes – taking showers, cooking in the kitchen, and washing the laundry, to name a few. A combination of various cleansers, foods, and household waste can cause a sewer line to clog slowly over time. This eventually results in a massive clog that leaves your main sewer backed up and unable to work properly.Broken PipesOlder homes are known for their beautiful architecture and elegant style, but are often fraught … Continued
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You have a severely clogged pipe somewhere in your plumbing system, and have tried all the usual methods to fix it: a plunger, multiple drain cleaners, even hours using a plumbing snake. If you find yourself out of options, it may be time for an inspection with a sewer camera. The professional team at Curt and Jerry Sewer Service has been troubleshooting plumbing issues in homes and businesses since 1946. Their sewer camera inspection services can help diagnose and correct your plumbing problems.
Is your kitchen sink draining slowly? Are there sour odors coming from your pipes? If so, then you may be in desperate need of a kitchen drain cleanout. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we know how frustrating slow drains or clogged pipes can be. Try the following chemical-free methods to clean or unclog that nasty kitchen drain.
There is nothing worse than dealing with a septic tank issue. Trust us. That’s why the professionals at Curt & Jerry Sewer Service in Indianapolis want to give you a few things to look out for with your septic tank. Septic tanks are often neglected by homeowners because they are underground and out of sight. But when it comes to sewage and your home, it’s best to be proactive.
Since your sewer lines are hidden from plain view, it can be difficult to judge when and if there’s a problem. In many cases, sewer cleanings are requested during times of emergency. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we recommend you stay ahead of costly problems and learn the tell-tale signs of problems with your sewer system.
Are you experiencing slow drains or clogs? Are you in the process of purchasing a home? At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service in Indianapolis, we believe a sewer camera inspection can be a valuable procedure to help determine if there is a problem in your home’s sewer system.
In our last blog post, we broke down the top three signs you may notice if your main sewer line is clogged. Another common service we perform in the Indianapolis area is drain cleaning for basic clogs in kitchen and bathroom sinks. Here are some of the top signs your sink needs a drain cleaning from the pros at Curt & Jerry Sewer Service.
Sewer lines help transport wastewater from your home to its underground sewer mains. Aside from that, how much more do you know about your property’s sewer line? Most of us give little thought to our sewer lines until a clog occurs. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service in Indianapolis, we’ll guide you on what to look out for when a clog occurs at home and how to avoid disastrous plumbing issues down the road.
As a homeowner, it can be tough to keep up with all the tasks for maintaining the property. From the HVAC system to the plumbing, there are visible appliances that we interact with on a daily basis. However, there are some hidden areas of the home that may get left off a maintenance checklist simply because we forget it needs upkeep. Maintain your home’s septic tank with these three tips from Curt & Jerry Sewer Service of Indianapolis.
At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we specialize in residential and commercial sewer services throughout Indianapolis and beyond, so we know a thing or two about sewers. In fact, we’ve been in the business since 1946, so the technology of sewer camera inspections has really changed how we diagnosis a sewer line issue. We break down some of the most common questions about our services.