Have a Clogged Main Sewer Line?
A clogged main sewer line is a significant problem for homeowners. Your main sewer line collects all the waste from every service in your home and drains it out to your septic tank or main city sewage treatment system. When this line is backed up, every drain in your house is affected. It's important to find quick professional assistance for sewer main line repair as this blockage could lead to raw sewage backing up in your home.
There are various reasons that can cause a main sewer line clog ranging from grease buildup and sagging sections of pipeline to tree root infiltration and severe pipe damage. Any Hour Services can help you determine the exact cause with our advanced video sewer line inspection technology.
How Video Sewer Line Inspection Works
Before this advanced video technology was created, homeowners had to dig up their entire plumbing system to determine the cause of a sewage main line blockage. This expensive and time consuming process is thankfully a thing of the past thanks to video sewer line inspection. This technology allows plumbing experts to correctly diagnose the problem and prepare a plan of action to fix it.
The inspection process is simple - your technician feeds a cable with a small video camera attached into the sewer main line and watches a monitor for live feedback. The video will show any type of blockage that could be causing your sewer line to back up, like hair, plastic toys, grease, tree roots or offset pipes. The video sewer line inspection process is necessary to determine how to repair your sewer main line. After your Any Hour technician has located the source of the blockage they will carefully explain the next steps on how to fix the problem. We never begin any work until all your questions have been answered.
When it comes to sewer main line repair professionals in Utah, Any Hour Services is the company you can count on. Leave the hard, dirty work to us and keep your family safe from the dangers of sewage backup. Contact us today to request an appointment.
Categories of Water Damage
Water damage is a common consequence of emergency plumbing issues. Depending on the service or pipe that has been affected, water damage can be minimal or extremely hazardous to both health and property.
Category 1: Clean Water
Faulty water main lines, leaks or overflows in bathtubs, kitchen sinks or appliance malfunctions are all categorized as category 1 damage. Category 1 refers to clean water and poses minimal health threat due to the absence of bacteria. Quick action is still necessary to prevent additional damage.
Category 2: Grey Water
Grey water comes from clean toilets, dirty dishwashers and washing machines, sump pumps and aquariums. Bacteria that may or may not be harmful is present in this water and proper cleaning and disinfection are necessary to prevent further bacteria overgrowth.
Category 3: Black Water
Category 3 water damage is the worst case scenario as it contains bacteria and pathogens that are incredibly harmful to humans, animals and the environment. Black water comes from broken main sewer lines, raw sewage, soiled toilet bowls, rising floodwaters, seawater and storm surges. Category 3 water damage should always be handled by professionals that have the proper protective equipment.
Any Hour Services has expert solutions for water damage from category 1 to 3
Fast action is essential to prevent extensive property damage and exposure to dangerous pathogens. Damage that occurs in a category 1 can develop to a category 2 situation if not removed promptly due to bacterial growth and spread. With assistance from an emergency plumber company like Any Hour Services, you can reduce water damage and prevent it from getting out of hand.
Committed to Customer Service
We'll never rush you into a decision, but will take the time to help you understand your clogged main sewer line or other drain problems. There's no such thing as too many questions. We know you have lots of choices as far as emergency plumbing companies. We want to help and hope you will give us an opportunity to prove the things listed above are not just a list on a website but the way we strive to do business.
If you still have questions or would like to schedule your video sewer line inspection, give us a call and let us know how we can help.
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