Sewer System Backup Service

Commercial properties of all kinds need free-flowing sewer drains. But busy public restrooms and bustling commercial kitchens often contribute to sewer line clogs. That means property owners will eventually require a commercial sewer drain cleaning service they can count on for prompt, effective help. With more than 50 years of experience and locations across the country, Mr. Rooter® Plumbing is the dependable sewer service provider you need to keep those sewer lines clear.

For reliable commercial sewer services, request a job estimate online from your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing.

Commercial Sewer Line Cleaning

Clogged sewer lines can quickly spell disaster for commercial properties. Mr. Rooter Plumbing uses time-tested techniques and the latest technologies to make quick work of stubborn clogs. Our commercial sewer line services can include a video camera inspection of the sewer line to pinpoint the problem areas. We routinely use professional drain augers to shred tough materials lodged in drain lines. Our Hydroscrub® jetting equipment is another excellent option for blasting away deep-down clogs.

Other Commercial Sewer Services

Mr. Rooter is the one call to make for all your commercial plumbing needs. From bathroom fixture repairs to deep sewer line breaks and clogs, trust us to get your plumbing system back to normal. Our full line of commercial plumbing services includes:

Commercial Sewer Service Near Me

Over the past five decades, Mr. Rooter Plumbing has built a strong reputation as the commercial sewer cleaning company of choice. When your property’s sewer lines are letting you down, call or request a job estimate online.

Frequently Asked Questions

How deep are sewer lines?

Sewer lines are typically buried between one to six feet deep or more. The actual depth depends on climate. The colder the climate, the deeper sewer lines are buried to prevent the pipe from freezing in the winter.

How to keep sewer lines clean:

Keeping sewer lines clean comes down to three simple tips:

  1. Never put hard, fibrous, or sticky foods down the garbage disposal.
  2. Dispose of grease, oil, and fat in the trash, not down the drain.
  3. Only flush toilet paper and human waste down the toilet.

Can you dissolve grease in a sewer line?

Most commercial properties use a grease trap to capture grease and prevent it from entering the sewer. However, in the case where you do experience a grease-clogged sewer, our Hydro Scrub high-pressure jetting system could be the best way to clear the line.

If one does not exist, consider having a grease trap installed to prevent grease clogs from developing in the future.

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