Springfield, IL Sewer Line Cleaning

Restore proper drainage and waste elimination with proper care and cleaning for your sewer line

MB Heating & Cooling | Sewer Line Problems

Red Flags with Your Main Sewer Line

Your home’s sewer line is the main line that carries all waste and wastewater from your Springfield, IL., home to the municipal sewage lines. Clogs and broken lines prevent waste removal, which leads to uncomfortable problems inside your home. Issues that affect the entire home and its drains point to a problem with the main sewer lines. Clogs in various fixture drain lines throughout your Springfield home typically only cause a problem in one fixture or area.

When clogs and debris in the sewer lines cause drainage issues, sewer line cleaning often resolves them – but you need to know when to schedule this plumbing service. Watch for these red flags that indicate you need sewer cleaning now before you may require sewer line repair:

  • Foul smells coming from the drains throughout your home
  • Drains are slow in all areas of the home
  • Gurgling coming from drain pipes across the home
  • Water backup in toilets, tubs and/or showers
  • Sewage backup in toilets, tubs and/or showers
  • Water around the floor drain in your basement, if applicable

Any of these issues are reason to call MB Heating & Cooling for sewer cleaning. We offer quick and reliable services that restore quick drainage, eliminate water backup and prevent drain odors indoors.


How Often Should Sewer Lines Get Cleaned

Your Springfield, IL., home’s plumbing system requires regular maintenance to maintain good condition and performance. Regular sewer main line cleaning is a facet of plumbing service and maintenance that homeowners shouldn’t skip.

To prevent buildup in your main sewage line that contributes to clogs, your sewer lines need to be professionally cleaned approximately every 18 to 22 months. During sewer cleaning service, our plumbers use camera inspection tools to look deep down into your Springfield, Illinois, home’s main sewer line to assess its condition and look for any troubling signs, such as penetrations from tree roots, sagging pipe sections and outside dirt or debris in the pipe. 

Camera inspection results help our plumbers determine if an auger is required to bust through tough penetrations from tree roots prior to performing hydro jetting. Hydro jetting scours the interior walls of your sewer system line to remove buildup and flush it from the line.

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Don’t wait until problems arise – contact MB Heating & Cooling to schedule sewer line cleaning today.

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