What is Sewer Drainage?

August 5th, 2015|News|

Sewer drainage is a route taken by waste matter or rain water from more than two premises. Sewers are either private or public, the difference is when they were built. A personal sewer is where the sewer was constructed after October 1st  in 1937,while a municipal sewer is one that was constructed before October 1st in 1937. A public sewer is maintained by the Legal Undertaker since it is a government utility while a personal sewer is maintained by the owner of the properties it services.

What is a Catch Basin?

March 1st, 2012|Drain Terms|

By definition a catch basin is a receptacle at the entrance to a sewer to keep out large matter. As its name suggests, the catch basin prevents large objects from entering the sewer. The large objects are notorious for cause clogs. Catch basins are also commonly referred to as curb inlets or  storm drains.The main function of the catch basin is clearly avoiding things like trash, rocks or other floating material from getting into the drainage structure or the waterways that empty the drainage systems. They

The Different Types of Industrial and Residential Drainage Systems

March 1st, 2012|Drain Info|

When choosing the kind of drainage system to be put into a house there are many things that one needs to take into consideration. From the cost of the drainage system, the availability of the drainage system, the implications of choosing that type of system to the government policies of putting in that sort of drainage. There is a wide variety of drainage systems that an individual can select from. It is imperative that one consults with a professional before settling on the drainage system to

The Importance of Drain Cleaning

March 1st, 2012|Drain Services|

A clogged drain is one of the most annoying and irritating things in the house. One of the major things needed in the house and are used on a regular basis are showers, toilets, and sinks. A clog on any of these facilities leaves one frustrated, highly inconvenienced and angry. Though there are many products and devices that one can use to unclog the drains fast, the procedure is not only tiring, but also very dirty and sometimes gross. Calling a plumber may be expensive but

Tips on How to Choose the Best Drain Company

March 1st, 2012|Drain Tips|

The drainage system in a home is the most important aspect when it comes to the house cleanliness. With the wrong kind of drainage system one can spend a lot of money in fixing and maintenance bills. For the best drainage system it is important to involve a specialist who is licensed and has had years of experience in dealing with the drains. When it comes to choosing the best drain company to work on your drainage system it is important to have in mind that

10 Tips to Maintain Your Drain System

February 24th, 2012|Drain Tips|

It's important to take care of your plumbing. Without proper care and maintenance, homeowners are at risk of problems such as clogged drains, leaks, overflows, drippy faucets and backups. In some cases, problems can become so bad that your home's main line can stop up. If this happens, it might result in costly repairs and serious damage to your lawn or property. It's always best to prevent these things before they happen, so check out these 10 tips for maintaining your drain system to see if

Drain Cleaning Services

February 23rd, 2012|Drain Services|

A good drain cleaning company should always be able to rapidly diagnose your issue and offer a free estimate to repair the problem. Professional drain cleaning companies will “snake the line” which means they will inspect your sewer line by inserting a metal flexible tool into the sewer line. This can dislodge most issues that are clogging your line. This is a quick process and will have your drain system working properly in a matter of minutes. In more difficult situations the professional drain cleaning company

6 Signs You Have a Problem With Your Drain System

February 23rd, 2012|Drain Tips|

Taking care of drain cleaning problems is something that every homeowner will deal with at some point. Natural causes as well as the items that many people toss down their sinks and toilets eventually take a toll. You should be on the lookout for these six signs that you have a drain problem, because the problem will only get worse if ignored.   Bathtubs, Showers and Sinks That Drain Slowly:     While toilets are usually the first to demonstrate this type of problem, tubs and