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Pipe & Sewer Cleaning

A clog in your sewer system can range from something very simple to something that requires a complete sewer line replacement to leaky pipes and everything in between. In any case, a clog needs the attention of a trained and seasoned plumbing professional. In addition to the obvious problems created by a clogged drain, a backed up system can also be hazardous to your health, as it is critical for waste to be removed from your home in a safe, efficient and sanitary manner.

Grogg’s plumbers have the know-how, the experience and the tools to take care of any job big or small. A sewer clog needs immediate attention, so don’t delay in calling a Grogg’s plumber to come out and assess your situation right away.

How often should a sewer line be cleaned?

Typically you should plan on having your sewer line regularly cleaned every 18 - 24 months. If you have had problems with clogs and tree roots in the past, you may need to have it cleaned more often. In addition, older homes with older sewer lines may need more frequent cleanings and attention. 

Are you concerned that your sewer line needs to be cleaned out? We can help! Contact the team at Grogg’s Home Services today for all of your sewer line needs! 

How much does it cost to have sewer line backup cleaning?

It can cost anywhere from $100 - $800 to have your sewer line cleaned. If a plumbing service can use a standard drain auger, or snake, the cost will be on the lower end.

For those who have larger drain problems that need a high pressure water cleaning service, most likely the price will be higher. This service, however, may be worth the extra money if you are regularly experiencing slow drains or root concerns as it cleans out the drain more thoroughly.  

To learn more about sewer line backup cleaning, connect with the pros at Grogg’s today!

Do sewers get cleaned?

Yes, sewers and sewer lines get cleaned. You may need a sewer line cleaning if you notice the following:

  • Slow draining of water throughout the entire house.
  • If you hear your toilet bubbling.
  • Water backing up from appliances like your washing machine. 
  • There is a smell of sewage around your plumbing system. 

If you are concerned about your sewer lines, contact Grogg’s today and will be able to see what is going on with your line and fix the problem with ease and expertise! 

How to Avoid Sewer Problems Before They Begin

Plumbing maintenance is a great option for learning about any existing issues with your system and having them professionally addressed before they grow out of hand. Additionally, by joining a membership at Grogg’s, you will also receive a 20% discount off of all plumbing service repairs as well as preferred service. Service calls are also free!