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Drain & Sewer Cleaning

30+ Years Experience
Licensed, Insured & Bonded

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Clogged Drains? 

We provide drain cleaning, routine drain maintenance, and sewer cleaning. The drain cleaning services that we offer include dealing with drains in floors, sewers, downspouts, storm, and other drains.

We are a leading drain cleaning company and can assist you with any type of clogged drain and handle all sewer cleaning needs. We provide both commercial and residential services and address clogged sewer lines, clogged outdoor drains, clogged kitchen drains, and clogged bathroom drains.  

Our Services

  • Sewer Cleaning 

  • Drain Jetting 

  • Residential Repairs 

  • Kitchen Sink Lines 

  • Tub Drains

  • Drainfield Jetting for Septic

  • Leaks and clogs

  • Repairs

  • Replacements

  • Installations

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We have a BLAST with your clogged pipes! 

Licensed & Insured
Drain Clog Service
30+ years of Experience
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Does your kitchen drain need cleaning?

Kitchen drains may run more slowly over time and clog eventually as detergents, fats, soaps, and greases build up inside of your pipes. If you are faced with a clogged kitchen drain, contact us. We can use a sink machine and cut through the clog, remove all of the debris, and then restore the clogged kitchen sink drain so that it is fully functional once again. As a leader in sewer cleaning and drain cleaning services, you can depend on our more than 30 years of experience to solve your kitchen drain problems. 

Is your bathroom sink clogged?

The first sign that you have a clogged bathroom sink drain is when your sink drains more slowly than normal. Beauty products, toothpaste, hair, soap scum, and other types of substances over time can continue to build up and contribute to a clogged bathroom sink drain. We can assist you with unclogging your bathroom sink drains. If you have discovered your clogged bathroom drain issue before the problem has become too serious, DIY resources and YouTube videos can help you with unclogging your bathroom sink drain on your own. 

Do your floors need draining and cleaning?

Utility rooms and basements feature some of the most frequently used and important residential plumbing fixtures in the entire house. We offer a comprehensive range of drain cleaning services and basement plumbing services. However, one of the most common services that we provide is basement floor drain cleaning.  

Floor drains in patios, garages, utility rooms, laundry rooms, and basements prevent excess water from causing floods and damage. We will identify where the basement floor drain clog is located, provide expert drain cleaning services in order to clear away the source of the backup, and offer your advice and maintenance tips to help keep your pipes clear and prevent floor drain clogs in the future.

Need outdoor drain cleaning services?

Along with addressing any indoor plumbing issues, we also are prepared to address clogs and other problems with outdoor drains. Cleaning your gutters is only one part of the overall picture. Underground sewer pipes are vulnerable to clogs from debris and leaves, which can also cause water to back up into your house. We locate clogs in outside plumbing, clean downspouts, and provide you with all of the drain cleaning and sewer cleaning services that you need. 

Is your commercial property in need of drain cleaning?

For over 30 years, we have been providing our customers with quality commercial drain cleaning services. Our plumbing experts are able to solve all kinds of municipal, industrial, and commercial drain and sewer problems. Foreign objects like feminine hygiene products, toys, utensils, mop strings, paper towels, and straws can cause blockages inside a sewer pipe, toilet, kitchen drain, floor drain, or sink drain. We are experienced drain professionals and have the special equipment and commercial expertise that is needed in order to address an entire range of various commercial drain cleaning services, including sewer and drain line replacement, repair, and cleaning. 

Commercial Sewer Drain Cleaning: If you own or work in a busy food processing facility, restaurant, or another similar type of business, then you will find that organic matter and grease can quickly build up in drain lines and pipes and need to be resolved right away. We can help to clear out drain and commercial sewer lines in various ways such as using high-pressure water jetting and other methods.   

Commercial Sink Drain Repair: Maintaining your commercial sinks by keeping the buildup under control is very important. Our Grease Trap and Drain Treatment is an environmentally-friendly solution for ongoing drain maintenance. The product gets pumped inside of your drain lines according to a pre-programmed schedule, to cut down buildup and to maintain proper drain flow. This treatment helps to reduce odors as well. 

Commercial Storm Drain Repair and Cleaning: Your business, just like your house, might rely on storm drains for collecting water during heavy rains and direct it into the drainage lines before it gets in contact with your building. However, if your storm drains are slow or clogged, you might experience water damage, flooding, or even nasty sewer backups. We are here and prepared to assist your business. We will help you with anything ranging from flood service to basic cleaning and maintenance services. 

Sewer & Drain Cleaning for Commercial Properties

A majority of residential houses have roof gutters which flow into downspout drains so that water is directed away from the home. When the downspouts are connected with underground drains that flow into street gutters or municipal storm drains, they may become clogged at times with debris and tree roots. These kinds of clogs may cause gutters to overflow and the gutters may pull away from the house due to the weight of the water while also inflicting rot and water damage to the structure of the house.

​Call us now  440-317-2277 for a FREE estimate!

Drain and Sewer Cleaning Avon & Lorain County, Ohio

Based in Ohio's Lorain County, Avon is a U.S. city. According to the census conducted in 2010, approximately 21,193 people call Avon home. Of course, Avon once looked very different. In the 1600s, Avon, Avon Lake, Westlake, and Bay Village all made up a single territory. A number of Native American tribes lived in this area, including members of the Ottawa, Wyandot, and Erie tribe. Back then, tribe members typically lived in small stone homes or wigwams. The tribes traded with each other and occasionally fought. Eventually, they migrated elsewhere. 

In 1814, new settlers began to migrate to the area. Specifically, settlers traveled with Wilbur Calhoon to move to an area that was then known as Township Number 7 in Range 16. The settlers came from Montgomery County, New York. The township was made part of Cuyahoga County. In 1818, it was given the name Xeuma, but later on, it received a new name of "Troy Township." In 1824, after Lorain County was created, the name was once again changed to Avon Township. The first post office in the city was established one year later. In 1917, the township was incorporated into a village, and in 1961, it became known as the City of Avon. Lorain County- In December of 1822, one day after Christmas, the Ohio government approved the creation of Lorain County. Originally, the areas of this county belonged to Cuyahoga, Medina, and Huron County. The area was also considered to be a part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. The name of the county comes from Lorraine, which is a region in France. A number of the early white settlers in the county were strongly against slavery. Oberlin College, an institution based in the county, was the first United States college that allowed minorities and women to attend the same classes as white men. Based in northern Ohio, Lorain County includes 493 square miles of land. The northern border of the county is along Lake Erie. Over the last few years, the county has expanded, largely because residents of Cleveland, which is in Cuyahoga County, have moved to the surrounding towns to get away from the hustle of the city. Lorain saw a 5% increase in population from 1990 to 2000, bringing the county to 284,664 residents as of 2000. The county seat is Elyria, which had 55,953 residents in 2000. On average, the county has 577 residents for per square mile. This is a fairly rural county, and only seven percent of the county can be classified as urban. However, the majority of residents work in fields like sales, service, or manufacturing. The eight most common profession is farming. There are many county residents that work along Lake Erie, sending products to across the country from the harbor. One of Lorain County's major industries in the 19th and early 20th century was steel. In 1999, the average income in the county was about $25,700 per person. This means that 10.4% of the population was below the poverty level.

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