Tree-Roots Retrieved through Floor Drain

It’s never good when pulling any roots from a 2″ floor drain but it does happen and often. Whenever roots are pulled from a floor drain we know that it’s time to clean the sewer line, actually it’s an indication that the main sewer line has been neglected and should have been cleaned earlier on.
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Property owners think that roots can’t grow under there cement floor, but think again roots can grow anywhere and yes we pull them from floor drain weekly and some even are broken and need jacking hammering repair. By cleaning your floor drain and sewer lines on maintenance yearly you will be in better shape. If you don’t clean your drain lines and only use a chemical that you think works you’ll end up paying the price. Most often then not it’s a high price that can really dent your pocket book or bank account.

Maintain your lines and call Barrett Sewer Service today for all your drain cleaning needs. Including main sewer lines, floor drains, laundry tubs, sink, tubs, toilet and much much more. We’ve been cleaning drains for decades and have the expertise your looking for. Don’t hire a rookie or someone dirt cheap cause most the time they will open you up and leave without properly finishing the job.

Call Barrett Sewer Service to camera inspect your sewer line to be able to 100% indicate the condition of your sewer line and give you proper advise as to how to maintain your line. Every sewer line and drain line is different so call us and set up an appointment today before it’s to late.

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Hey everyone, my blogs are primarily about plumbing and drain cleaning. You'll also find interesting tips, articles and funny plumbing pictures. Are blogs will be short and sweet. The plumbing field is so fast and you have to be ready to react. Being in business for over 40 years we have tons of information to share. We hope you enjoy our blogging and please feel free to contact us.
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