Sewer Line Cleaning
Is it time to have your sewer line cleaned or cleared? Whether you are looking for a plumber for routine sewer line maintenance or have a clog that must be cleared right away, DryCare Restoration, Inc can help. We have been in the business of cleaning sewer lines for over 1 years. There are a variety of methods we employ for taking care of local sewer lines. Give us a call at (818) 860-0343, and we'll work to determine which is best for your circumstances.
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DryCare Restoration, Inc Offers Camera Inspection of Sewer Lines
DryCare Restoration, Inc uses the latest technology available to clean and maintain your sewer lines. Our modern video equipment uses a fiber optic line, attached to a high definition camera. This allows us to see the interior of the pipes being inspected. We can assess the condition of your pipes and give an accurate diagnosis of problems such as build-up, leaks, and clogging. Once we are able to visualize the issue, the skilled technicians at DryCare Restoration, Inc will devise a resolution to your clogged mainline.
Sewer Main Hydro Jetting
If you've got commercial sewer lines that require power to unclog, hydro jetting is often a great solution. This is the most effective method of clearing lines. High-pressure water is blasted into your lines, which dislodges obstructions and removes clogs, as well as any residue that has built up over time. Hydro jetting is a sound solution for sewer line maintenance, as it is able to remove build up that causes the clogs. However, if you have older plumbing, hydro jetting may be too aggressive. Call (818) 860-0343 to find out of hydro jetting is right for you.
Sewer Line Snaking by DryCare Restoration, Inc
Sewer line snaking is a viable option for older plumbing. It is less aggressive and less expensive than hydro jetting. Snaking your line is generally effective in unclogging sewer lines. DryCare Restoration, Inc uses a long piece of flexible metal, which is able to penetrate the twists and turns of your line. Our trained technicians are able to remove clogs that are 50+ feet down by breaking them up with the snaking wire. Snaking may need to be repeated, as it is not as effective as hydro jetting for removing build-up.
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