Sewer lines are an essential part of a home’s septic system. They are responsible for sending sewage and wastewater from the home to the septic tank or municipal septic system. When these lines become blocked, clogged, or broken, they can cause hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars of damage to your home’s plumbing system. A thorough sewer cleaning from Curt & Jerry Sewer Service can completely clear your pipes of blockages and clogs that may cause these problems.
What Is Sewer Line Cleaning?
The professionals at Curt & Jerry use a high-pressure hose with a specialized nozzle to clear your sewer line of debris, clogs, blockages, and other materials. The high pressure of the water breaks up any clogs and effectively flushes out any debris that has accumulated. The goal of a sewer line cleaning is to leave your pipes clear and functional.
How Does High Pressure Cleaning Work?
The high velocity pressure of the sewer line hose can pulverize its way through almost any substance. Tree roots, dried concrete, wood, and other hard items are no match for the speed and power of high pressure water jetting. High pressure cleaning is also a great option for cutting through grease and grime that may have built up within the sewer line over many years.
What about Broken Pipes?
While a sewer cleaning will get rid of waste build-up and filthy debris, it cannot take care of a broken pipe or leaking pipe within your sewer line. A sewer camera inspection is the only procedure that can identify the exact issue and the location of the problem. If there is a broken, sagging, or leaking pipe, it needs to be fixed before more damage is caused.
Schedule a Sewer Line Cleanout
To schedule a sewer line cleaning, contact Curt & Jerry Sewer Service today by calling (317) 266-0000. We can also provide many other residential plumbing services throughout the Indianapolis area, such as drain and sink cleaning, septic tank pumping, garbage disposal unclogging, tub drain unclogging, and toilet drain unclogging.
“Water Jet Sewer Cleaning Explained: What It Is and When You Need It.” Blog post. Roto-Rooter. Roto-Rooter Group, Inc. Web. 08 Jul. 2020.