Sewer Cleaning & Repair

Standing water, slow-draining sinks, and unpleasant odors rising up into your shower are just a few signs of sewer trouble. Not only are sewer-related issues some of the most difficult, but they can also prove difficult to resolve without professional help. Unlike some plumbing problems, sewer cleaning and sewer repair aren’t tasks that most homeowners and business managers are equipped to deal with on their own. Fortunately, we here at Drain Right Cleaning & Plumbing, Inc. can quickly restore your property’s full functionality.

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Professional Sewer and Drain Cleaning that Denver Trusts 

Any home or business can experience sewer clogs, and some structures face increased risks of such blockages. Fats, oils, paper products, food waste, hair, and soap all pose particular risks. Sometimes a thorough kitchen drain cleaning or bathroom drain cleaning can resolve the problem. When you begin to experience standing water or strange burbling, Drain Right technicians will inspect your drains, remove them, and clean them as necessary. 

However, when clogs persist or draining only slows in a particular area of your property, you may be dealing with a sewer pipe issue. Older structures may have used materials in sewer-pipe construction that degrade over time. In such instances, Drain Right will perform the following: 

  • Perform a video sewer line inspection
  • Descale the line or force the blockage through to the main sewer line
  • Precisely identify the location of any breaks or intrusions
  • Begin the excavation and repair of any sections of damaged pipe

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Why You Should Choose Drain Right Plumbing  

Drain cleaning usually becomes necessary when property owners or managers find themselves facing a crisis, and sewer line cleaning or repair can feel like a major undertaking. How can you find a trustworthy plumber with the know-how to correctly complete your job? Drain Right is just that plumbing company. We have an A+ rating in customer satisfaction from the Better Business Bureau, and because we’re locally owned and operated, we don’t charge those unnecessary fees often levied by larger national chains. 

While we’re located in Denver, we’re proud to service the whole Northern Colorado metropolitan area. Some of the other areas we service include Castle Rock, Boulder, Aurora, Englewood, Westminster, Greely, Highlands Ranch, and more. Feel free to contact us if you live near the Denver metropolitan area and need service. We are happy to accommodate you to the best of our ability. 

“Terrific, professional and friendly. Highly recommend! I had roots in my main drain. They came out very quickly gave me a rundown of what to expect and fixed the problem with no issues. The plumber cleaned up and was so respectful and very friendly. They even gave me information on how to prevent it in the future.”
– Natalie

Emergency Services for Sewer Cleaning and Repair 

When drain and sewer problems happen, you want them dealt with fast! Drain Right provides emergency services that include (but aren’t limited to) the following: 

  • Identify pipe corrosion, pipe shifting, and/or tree root intrusions
  • Clear clogs and blockages
  • Clean drains causing drainage issues
  • Recommend required repairs in order of urgency

Additionally, Drain Right offers residential and commercial drain cleaning emergency services for all kinds of drain. Our services include (but are not limited to):

  • Sink drain cleaning
  • Tub drain cleaning
  • Floor drain cleaning
  • Roof drains
  • Outdoor drain cleaning

Signs Your Sewer is Having Problems 

Common signs that your sewer is having problems include: 

  • Slow drainage
  • Sediment in backed up water
  • Plumbing usage causes backups elsewhere in the structure
  • Multiple simultaneous backups
  • Backups occurring during storms
  • Bad smells

Sewer Cleaning and Repair FAQs  

Below are some of the most common questions that clients ask us regarding sewer cleaning and repairs. 

Common sewer-cleaning methods include spraying high-pressure water, using vacuums, using hand rods or drain augers, and introducing municipality-approved chemicals. 

The general preventative plumbing rule for maintaining clog-free sewer lines is to have them cleaned every 18 to 22 months. 

While drains only serve one building, sewers receive drainage from multiple buildings. 

Yes. Overzealous usage of toilet paper can occasionally lead to clogs.

Expert opinion is divided on the use of chemical drain cleaners, but general consensus is that mechanical means should be attempted first due to the risk of injury or damage to pipes and fixtures. Contact Drain Right to learn how we can help.