What Does a Gurgling Septic System Mean?

Septic systems can make some pretty strange noises. Slowly trickling water within the pipes or regular gurgling sounds are two of the most common sounds you may hear. A properly working septic system should be silent. When you hear either of these noises, this is a strong indication that something is wrong. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we’d like to explain some possible causes of gurgling noises within your septic system, and what to watch for when you hear these noises.

3 Steps to Unclogging a Slow Bathtub Drain

Slow draining bathtubs can be a frustrating problem for homeowners. Standing in several inches of water while showering or waiting for the tub to drain so the next person can take a bath can be so annoying. If your tub drain isn’t severely clogged, you may want to try some of the do-it-yourself remedies below. If your clogged bathtub still won’t budge after applying these measures, then you may want to call the team at Curt & Jerry Sewer Service.

Advantages of High Pressure Water Jetting for Commercial Properties

Commercial drain lines typically see a lot more activity than their residential counterparts. This often results in more clogs and buildups that you need to deal with, usually at the most inopportune times. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we highly recommend having your commercial drain cleaned out with our high-pressure water jetting service. Not only will this prevent future blockages, but it can also provide the amazing benefits below. 

4 Ways to Prevent Clogged Sewer Lines

Clogged sewer lines seem to be inevitable no matter what you do to avoid them. From food ending up down the kitchen sink to non-flushable items finding their way into the toilets, there are several reasons your pipes can become obstructed. Thankfully, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service can offer four recommendations for preventing these clogged sewer lines in the first place. Keep reading to learn more. 

4 Signs You Need Your Home’s Sewer Line Cleaned Out

A well-working sewer line, clear of any clogs or obstructions, is necessary for a functioning and effective home plumbing system. When you begin to experience multiple clogs or consistent drain backups, it may be time to call in a professional. These signs, along with a few others, are all indicative of a problem within the sewer line itself. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we have years of experience problem-solving these types of plumbing issues. Call us today if you notice any of the problems below.

5 Causes of a Clogged Toilet (Part 1)

Do you find yourself having to plunge your toilet more often than usual? If so, you could have a serious blockage within your toilet or your septic system. The experts at Curt & Jerry’s Sewer Service often take care of clogged toilets. In the article below, we’d like to offer some guidance on the various reasons your toilets may be clogged, along with a few practical tips on how to avoid or fix the problem.

Why You Need a Sewer Camera Inspection When Buying a Home

Sewer camera inspections are needed not only when your home is experiencing major sewer problems. When buying a home that is more than 20 years old, sewer inspections can offer valuable information about the condition of the sewer and pipes. Plus, a typical home inspection does not include a sewer inspection. Curt & Jerry Sewer Service recommends scheduling this important procedure before you sign on the dotted line. It could save you both expensive repairs and major renovations in the future.

6 Sewer Issues That Can Be Diagnosed with a Camera Inspection: Part 2

In the last blog post, we reviewed three types of plumbing problems that can only be diagnosed with a sewer camera inspection: clogged pipes, tree roots, and rusted pipes. There are three more obstacles that can cause major damage in your plumbing system if not taken care of swiftly. At Curt & Jerry Sewer Service, we can help you identify these issues with our professional plumbing services. Let’s take a closer look at these additional three issues, and how a sewer camera inspection can assist in preventing further damage.

3 Catastrophic Results of a Full Septic Tank

Many homeowners haven’t taken the necessary step of having their septic tanks pumped. As a result, there most likely are hidden problems just below the surface of their home’s septic system. If it’s been a while since you’ve had your septic tank serviced, Curt & Jerry Sewer Service can help you avoid catastrophic repairs with their professional septic pumping services. Septic tank pumping can prevent many plumbing issues that are hazardous to your health, your home, and your wallet.