Sewer systems take waste water from homes, businesses, and industry to sewage treatment plants where it is filtered and treated for recycling back into Lake Ontario. The city you live in is responsible for connecting your property to these sewer lines. It is also responsible for maintaining proper stormwater drainage along municipal roadways. The six-inch sewer line connecting your home/building to the edge of your property line (called a lateral), where it connects to the street sewer is your responsibility.
DrainCom is your one-stop shop for drain and sewer cleaning needs. We provide the benefit of commercial plumbing expertise with the help of specialists and high-end equipment needed for drain and sewer line repair and replacement.
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In addition to traditional methods for repairing and replacement, we also use the latest technology to provide trenchless sewer line replacement done. DrainCom also has the expertise to diagnose and offer alternative solutions that not only address the structure of your home but also your budget.
You can trust DrainCom with your eyes closed to perform sewer & drain cleaning. We hire only dedicated and experienced specialists so that you get the best services. Our priority is nothing else by customer satisfaction.
Sewer blockages are usually caused by the misuse of flushing objects such as paper products, grease or toys, but can also be caused by the tree-root intrusion. In many homes, a sewage backflow prevention device may have been installed in your draining system prior to exiting your home. This is usually installed to prevent the backing up of the sanitary sewage into the home during heavy rainfalls. If your home is equipped with one, it is required to be inspected on an annual basis. There have been many cases of backflow incidents in Canada.
If you are experiencing slow draining or odors coming from your drains, it could be a sign of a drainage or sewage backup. Cooking grease is often the culprit, which should never be poured down the drain or toilet. The grease of solidifies in the sewer and causes obstructions making it more difficult for waste to pass. Blocked sewage pipes can cause the release of untreated sewage, causing potential harm to your family and the environment. Have your sewage system inspected periodically to ensure your family’s health and well-being.