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Sewer Line Inspections

Whether you need a sewer inspection to diagnose a problem or to prevent one, count on our plumbing experts. Contact us for a sewer line emergency inspection or a preventative maintenance annual inspection.

Emergency Sewer Line Inspections

If your sewer line is blocked, raw sewage will bubble from your drains into your tubs, showers, and sinks. When facing a biological hazard like that, you can’t risk a substandard repair. That’s why our plumbing experts use a pipe camera to investigate and repair the cause of your sewer line emergency.

Sewer Line Annual Inspection

Since the risk is associated with a blocked sewer line is so great, many homeowners choose to schedule an annual sewer line inspection to ensure that the important sewer line is secure and free of clogs. Explore our protection plans to make clear sewer lines an annual guarantee.

Sewer Line Inspection For Your New Home

The disruption of a sewer line emergency is the last thing you want when moving into your new home. Schedule a sewer line inspection with your trusted Benjamin Franklin plumber to ensure that you know your new home will be 100% safe and sanitary for your family.

Hydrojetting for Clean Drains

Hydrojetting for Clean Drains

Hydrojetting is one step ahead of other drainage cleaning and maintenance services. On one hand, regular cleaning just uses a basic mechanical action to punch a hole through debris and clogs to restore water flow. On the other hand, a hydro jetter uses complete force of pressurized water to resolve the root cause of clogged drain […]Read More
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Blocked Sewer Pipe: 4 Signs You Can’t Ignore

A blocked sewer pipe can send raw sewage flowing UP into your house — disgusting! Nearly as nasty, sewer line replacement costs between $5,000 and $10,000! For these reasons, a clogged sewer line is a plumbing disaster like no other. Stay ahead of this one: learn how to identify the 4 most common signs of […]Read More
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How to Clean a Toilet Plunger?

Wondering how to clean your toilet plunger? Good question. Your toilet plunger does a dirty job — wanting to clean it is only natural. You keep the rest of your bathroom clean and healthy, so why does your toilet plunger get a pass for being a bonanza for e.coli, salmonella, and other bathroom germs? Cleaning your used […]Read More