Drain and Sewer Cleaning
Drain and sewer problems are downright depressing, and nothing drives visitors away like clogged drains and pipes. Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning provides the residential and commercial drain cleaning Beresford, SD, area customers need. We also offer sewer cleaning services that Sioux Falls area home and business owners can depend on.
Typically, there are two kinds of sewer blockages, which include clogs in the main sewer line and clogs in the private line running from a home or business to the main line. If your neighbors are complaining of sewer issues, then there is a good chance the blockage is in the public utility. In that case, your city would take care of the problem. However, if the issue is within your home alone, or is happening to a single toilet, sink or drain, then it is up to you to resolve the issue.
How Do Drains and Sewers Become Clogged?
No matter how large our mansion or small our studio, we’re equally upset when the sewer backs up. We all know the symptoms: The unsightly return of Dad’s whiskers to the bathroom sink, the glug…glug…glugging as the pipes struggle to chug the rinse water from the washer down the drain, or when the contents of the toilet rise to the top rather than disappear down the bowl upon flushing. We recognize when clogs happen, but have you ever wondered why drains and sewers become clogged?
Common buildup from dirt, debris or mineral deposits is the usual culprit for backed up drains. Sewers are typically stopped up by tree roots or other organic matter, or held hostage to foreign objects, such as feminine hygiene products, diapers, cat litter, grease or oil. If you’ve gotten away with flushing those objects thus far, it’s time to stop. Your luck is bound to run out. Soon you’ll find yourself standing ankle-high in things you’ll wish you knew nothing about. If you find yourself in this situation, call Dan’s Drain and Duct Cleaning. We are a locally owned and operated company that provides sewer cleaning that Beresford, SD home and business owners trust.
Signs of a Clogged Drain
- Slow water drainage
- A bubbling toilet bowl
- Foul odor coming from drains
- Puddles of water on the floor around your sink, shower, or toilet
- Drains makes a gurgling noise when liquids go down
- Water backs up out of your sink or toilet
We provide 24-hour emergency service, and welcome the challenge of all jobs, big or small!
We’re local and professional. Call Dan at 605-351-5900 to keep life flowing.
We are capable of repairing sewer main lines up to 200’ in length, and provide the sewer cleaning and drain cleaning service Sioux Falls area folks need, including:
Sewer main lines
Shower or tub drains
Basement floor drains
Bathroom sink drains
Mobile home drains
Our Equipment Arsenal
At Dan’s Drain & Duct Cleaning, we’re outfitted with state-of-the-art camera monitoring devices and cleaning equipment which enables us to pinpoint the exact location and nature of any clogged drain or sewer malfunction. This helps us to recommend the most effective solution, saving time, unnecessary digging, and money.
We have a variety of options in our arsenal when it comes to sewer cleaning or drain cleaning for homes and businesses, including using high-pressure water jetting. High-pressure water jetting uses variable water pressure to bust up and clear away whatever your drain or sewer has clogged. Water jetting is a quick, effective and affordable way to approach sewer and drain cleaning.
This reel monitor allows us to inspect up to 100’ of pipe from 1.5″- 3″ in diameter. It features 12 LED lights, so we can see in full-color what is stopping your pipes from draining correctly.
Gen-Eye POD Camera
This self-leveling camera allows us to inspect up to 200′ of pipe from 3”- 10″ in diameter. Featuring 16 LED lights with a dimmer switch, we can dial in a bright picture in full color. Video or photo capabilities allow customers to see where malfunctions exist.
Gen-Eye Hot Spot Locator
This locator syncs with the Gen-Eye POD to determine the exact location (including direction, lay and depth) of underground pipes, saving us from unnecessary digging and saving you money.