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To Service the Septic Your septic tank does more for you than you realize. Without it, and without a public sewer connection, you wouldn't really be able to have a toilet or running water in your home. So, what does your septic system ask from you in return? It asks that you are careful not to put too many harsh chemicals down your drains. It asks that you only flush septic-friendly toilet paper. And it asks to be pumped out every now and then. That's about it! Read more about septic services here, and you'll know all that you need to know to be a good septic system owner.





What To Expect From A Drain Cleaning Service

If you have a relationship with a septic company that pumps your septic tank on a regular basis, you might be surprised to discover that septic services also provide drain cleaning services. Drain cleaning is not something you should wait to do until your drains are clogged. Instead, you should have your drains cleaned on a regular basis.

DIY Drain Cleaning Methods Often Don't Work

When a drain becomes clogged, you might be tempted to reach for a drain cleaning chemical or you might grab a plunger or even purchase an auger to snake your drain. While these solutions might seem quicker, they aren't always as effective and they might even damage your drain.

Schedule an Appointment

The first step when hiring a drain cleaning service is to schedule an appointment. The technicians will arrive and will make changes to your property to make sure that they are able to properly clean your drains. They will complete the task as quickly as possible so you don't have to have your day tied up while waiting.

Advanced Drain Cleaning Techniques

Hydro-jetting and roto-rooting are two of the main methods that are used to clean out a drain. There are various things that can cause your drains to become clogged such as soap that accumulates, hair, toothpaste, and cosmetics and they can be removed using these methods. 

With serious clogs, you will likely need to snake the drain. An object that shouldn't have been flushed might have become trapped inside the drain. Technicians will use cameras to look inside your drains to determine why they are clogged. The drain cleaning service will not stop until the drain is fully cleaned and your septic system is ready to handle the waste.

Drain Line Repairs and Replacement

In some cases, your pipes might be damaged and you will need to have them repaired or replaced. A drain cleaning service will often provide this service as well. Because they are responsible for maintaining your septic system, they'll understand how it works and will be better able to help you take care of your drains.

In some cases, not only will you need to have a drain cleaned out but you may also need to have new lines installed so that your septic system will function properly. However, once your septic system is working well, you won't have to worry about disposing of your household waste. 

Contact a local drain cleaning company for more information.