We’re your reliable contractor for sewer inspections and drain cleaning.
The SewerPros are dedicated to offering the best customer service in the industry using best-in-class technology at competitive prices. We will help educate you about your sewer and provide maintenance suggestions that save you time, money, and hassle.
Happy Customer Testimonials
Because we value your feedback and strive to continuously improve, every inspection is followed with a customer satisfaction survey.
Please enjoy reading the many who have responded.
Rick was awesome. Super professional and really problem solved to get us want we needed! He fixed what another plumber was unable to accomplish after two visits.Amanda H.
As a home inspector, I always recommend Rick from Sewer Pros to our clients. He is very knowledgeable and provides a great customer service. Easy to schedule, and great video reports. Highly recommended.B.E.
Who Do We Help?
A sewer inspection is specifically tailored to complement the home inspection process. Our equipment and state of the art reporting process is second to none in the industry, but our ability to communicate with the client is what really sets us apart from the competition.
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A sewer inspection is very important in influencing the decision to purchase a home. Let us help your clients avoid the nightmare of buying a home with hidden sewer issues.
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Preventative maintenance is the number one way to avoid sewer backups. We work with home owners to provide a sewer maintenance program that is specifically tailored to their home.
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We accurately locate various facilities so that digging and construction can proceed safely or to allow for a wide variety of engineering and mapping activities.
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Discover The SewerPros Difference
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SEWER CAMERA INSPECTION
A small video camera is inserted into the main sewer line in your home to identify the condition of the pipes. A full electronic report is created from the inspection that includes: a report summary, any repair or maintenance recommendations, color photos, and the entire narrated video of the sewer. Learn More >>
When there are tree roots or other obstruction in the main sewer, we can use a cable with a cutter head on the end to mechanically drive through and remove the obstruction. Learn More >>
SEWER CLEANING & CAMERA INSPECTION
Our dual service of cleaning and inspection is a good idea if you have had multiple backups or suspect a more severe problem may exist. Learn More >>
At supersonic speeds, low-volume, high-pressure water delivers it’s cleaning energy into most inaccessible areas, blasting away stubborn deposits and buildup. Learn More >>
Pinpointing the direction and depth of your sewer pipe, this service is used when a damaged sewer line is present and will require a repair or replacement. Learn More >>
In most cases, slow drains are caused by a hair clog or other similar obstruction but locating these clogs can be a pain. Our expertly trained technicians know how to locate and remove these clogs effectively and efficiently. Learn More >>
HOW CAN THE SEWERPROS SAVE ME MONEY?
Before purchasing a house, a sewer inspection may expose defects not known by the sellers that could lead to a costly repair. By inspecting the main sewer line before you buy the home, you can consider the cost of the repair and possibly negotiate with the seller, potentially saving you thousands of dollars. Since we do not make repairs to the sewer line, you will get an honest opinion on the condition of your sewer line without being sold an expensive repair that may not be necessary.
WHAT CAUSES A BACKUP?
Roots, broken pipe, obstructions, ‘flushable’ wipes and grease buildup are the most common problems.
WHAT CAN BE DONE TO PREVENT BACKUPS?
There are several things you should do to help prevent backups: Do not flush paper towels, feminine products, ‘flushable’ wipes or plastics down the toilet. Limit the use of the garbage disposal and always run water for several minutes after use. Use screens on sink and tub drains to prevent hair and other items from falling into the drain. Do not pour grease or oil down the drain. If your home was built prior to the mid-1970s you should have a qualified contractor cable your sewer line annually to clean out tree roots and keep your sewer line open and clear.
CAN I USE AN OVER THE COUNTER DRAIN CLEANER?
Over the counter drain cleaners can work in certain situations, but are potentially more harmful to you, the environment, and your sewer line than they are to the clog. If you should decide to try an over the counter drain cleaner, make sure you use hand and eye protection and never try to plunge a sink or toilet after pouring chemicals as they can splash causing serious injury.