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Sewer & Drain Repair & Replacement

Sewer & Drain Inspection, Repair, & Replacement Serving Orange County

Have your home’s sewer line and drains been checked lately by a plumbing professional? If the answer is no, you may be at risk of major hiccups created from stoppages and leaks. Don’t forget that Mother Nature is watching you too, and sees all of that wasted water!

Sewers & Drains Require Routine Maintenance

Your home’s sewer system plays a big role in protecting your home from storms and water damage. Old, clogged, and poorly maintained sewers and drains expose your property to numerous risks, such as untimely backups, and potential exposure to dangerous bacteria.

Sewer Line & Drain System Services We Provide

  • Unclogging Drains
  • Sewer Line Inspection
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Sewer System Repairs or Rehabilitation

Common Types of Clogs in Your Home

Kitchen Drain Stoppages 

Clogs form, causing blockages as substances like grease, soap, fat, and detergent build up on the inner walls of the pipes. Rusty, or deteriorating pipes can also contribute to kitchen clogs.

Shower & Tub Drain Clogs

These clogs develop through hair and soap buildup in the trap and drain pipe. If water is draining so slowly that it pools at your feet in the shower, your shower drain is clogged and will inevitably become completely blocked. This allows bacteria to grow in your system.

Bathroom Sink Drain Clogs

These clogs usually form because of accumulated hair, toothpaste, soap, and grime, or because your pipes are rusty or deteriorating.

Toilet Drain Clogs

Toilet clogs generally form due to stuck toilet paper, hygiene products, and accumulated calcium deposits.

Floor Drain Clogs

Floor drains are typically found in basements, laundry rooms, garages, patios, driveways, and even some older bathrooms. These drains have a trap that should be kept filled with water to prevent odors and sewer gas from escaping.

Downspout Drain Clogs

Downspouts carry water from roof gutters away from your home. Usually, downspouts clog because of leaves and other debris.

Main Sewer Line Clogs 

Main sewer lines clog when debris from other household drains wash into it, or when tree roots break through pipe joints.

Barker & Sons proudly provides Orange County with a variety of sewer and drain services.