Sewer / Drain Inspection and Cleaning

Service Denver
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Sewer & Drain Cleaning

More than the eye can see: Drains are an important part of your home’s complex plumbing system. Most drains lead to a trap that keeps harmful sewer gases from entering your home. These pipes, in turn, lead to branch drains, which connect the main drain into a sewer or septic system. A stopped drain isn’t just an inconvenience; it can sometimes be an emergency. While it’s always best to prevent clogs before they happen, clogged drains can and do occur – often at the most inopportune moments. You can count on the professionals at Service Denver Plumbing, Heating & Cooling to keep your drains running clean and clear.

  • Main Sewers Mechanically Scoured and Cleaned
  • High Pressure Water Jetting for Complete Grease Removal
  • Bathtubs, Toilets, and Sinks Cleared
  • Roof Drains and Area Drains Cleared
  • Interior Drain Stoppage Specialists
  • Ecologically-safe Maintenance Products
  • Video Camera Underground Pipe Inspections
  • Annual Drain Cleaning Service Maintenance Agreements Offered.

Video Camera Underground Pipe Inspection

SEEING IS BELIEVING! Plagued with slow draining pipes and repetitive clogs? Many causes of these problems are found deep within the pipe itself. Video inspection pinpoints the trouble spot and helps visually confirm the cause of the problem – whether it be root intrusion, crushed / cracked or misaligned pipes. Video inspection is one of the most effective ways to locate problem areas within drain lines.

Video inspection:

  • Inspections recorded on tape for future reference
  • Details condition of drain lines
  • Locates point of repair, if needed
  • Is safe for all pipes

Prevent Clogs Before They Occur!

Pipes most often clog from a buildup of grease, food, hair and soap. Here are a few simple things you can do to prevent drains from clogging in the first place:

Kitchen Sink:

  • Don’t empty grease into the sink, it collects along the sides of the pipe and then food can stick to the pipes, forming a clog. Pour grease into cans and throw them in the garbage.
  • When using the food disposal, run lots of cold water to wash food particles down the pipe. Using too little water can contribute to the particles collecting along the sides of the pipe.
  • Don’t empty coffee grounds in the sink.


  • Clean the pop-up stoppers in sinks frequently. Hair often collects here and causes clogs.
  • Don’t flush heavy paper products down the drain. Excess paper can clog the toilet and/or the whole sewer system.