Do you have a clogged drain? A clogged drain may start when organic matter like hair and grease buildup inside the walls of sewer pipes. As the pipes narrow from buildup, waste and debris can get stuck and completely block the flow. This leads to backups in sinks and drains.
Go Direct specializes in sewer services (sewer inspections, installations, repairs, and replacements). We have the equipment and experienced technicians to make sure your sewer lines are in good shape and working properly.
For clogged drains in metro Denver homes, we typically use a sewer snake. A sewer snake is a flexible cable with a coil of metal wire at the end. The sewer snake can push through clogs, breaking up blockages and tree roots to allow them to flow through the pipe. The coil at the end of the sewer snake grabs the remaining clog and pulls it out through the drain. The sewer snakes used by Go Direct are more specialized and powerful than those Denver homeowners typically buy at hardware stores.
The sewer snake has a camera on it, allowing Go Direct’s technicians to see if there are problems with your sewer line that contributed to the clog. The sewer inspection can uncover tree roots, scale, cracks, debris, slope issues, bellies, sewer channels, or other issues. The sewer inspection can also show misaligned, broken, punctured, off-grade, or corroded pipes, as well as grease and waste buildups, leaks, and obstructions.
If the buildup inside sewer pipes contributed to the clog, we may recommend sewer jetting to clean out your sewer line. If we find extensive damage to pipes, including cracks and breaks, we may recommend either sewer line repair or sewer line replacement.