Serving Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex, Litchfield Counties and Surrounding Areas.
We can service drains of any size, from bathtubs, bathroom sinks, and kitchen sinks, to laundry lines, floor drains, and much more.
Ask about our SAME DAY service, available for commercial and residential customers.
We Can Clean Any Drain:
10% off for all seniors, veterans, and active military members. Call us for more information.
Removal Of Roots in Sewer Drain Pipes
Clogged Shower Drain
Clogged Sewer Pipe
Clogged Bathroom Sink
Jammed Garbage Disposals
Clogged Outside Drains
Septic Tank Unclogging
Clogged Laundry Drain
Preventative Drain Cleaning
Grease Trap Cleaning
Clogged Floor Drains
Fiber Optic Video Camera Inspection And Location
Once we clean your main line, we will use our camera to find out what caused your issue. Then, we will locate the problem we see on the video screen with an exact location, so there is no guessing where your line is. We can then offer solutions for a permanent fix.
Trenchless Repair (No Digging)
After a Fiber Optic Video Camera Inspection, we will deduce whether Trenchless Repair may be your best option. Trenchless Repair is suitable if your sewer line has root infiltration, is cracked or broken, is slightly offset, or even if pipe has completely eroded. The conventional method would require you to dig up your lawn or driveway, and can be very expensive. With Trenchless Repairs we can actually make the repair without digging.
Trenchless Repair is a process in which fiberglass is patented with a non-hazardous, odor-less, non-flammable resin. The fiberglass is then wrapped around a long tube (packer) and gets inserted into the current broken pipe. Air is pushed into the packer. The fiberglass then expands and cured to form a tight-fitting liner (1/8 inch thick) within the current pipe. The completed process takes about 2-3 hours. It is a great way to repair sewer drain without replacing the entire sewer drain line.
A customer in Waterbury, CT had sewage water backing into basement from a cracked sewer pipe just beyond their foundation. He was quoted a price of over $4000 for a conventional repair. Fixing it with a trenchless repair cost less than half of the amount quoted!