Sewer & Drain
Plumb Right Plumbing sewer and drain service has been providing quality, on-time, affordable drain services in the Cypress, Spring, Katy and surrounding areas since 1995. We are registered with the city of Houston and licensed by the Texas state board of plumbing examiners in addition we only hire state licensed plumbers. Call us today we will make sure you get the most outstanding service in town.
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Our Sewer & Drain Services Include:
- Emergency Service
- Drain Cleaning & Clearing
- Video Camera Sewer Inspection
- Sewer & Water Line Replacement
- Foundation & Slab Leaks
- Water Leak Repairs
- Pipe Repair & Replacement
- Toilets / Showers / Sink Plumbing & Drains
- Washer Hoses
- Water Purification Systems
- Water Line Repair
Why Choose Plumb Right Plumbing?
- 2012-2104 BBB Award Winner for Excellence
- Free Estimates Offered
- Flat Rate Fees
- Over 18 Years of Experience
- No Overtime Charges
- Fully Insured, Licensed for your Protection
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
- Certified Master Plumber
- All Employees Thoroughly Screened
Sewer And Drains
Although it appears to be just connected together, your home’s sewer and drain system is complex. It is designed to remove wastes and waste water from your home and to provide a seal to prevent sewer gas from entering your home. There also is a main sewer line that carries waste material from your home to the city sewer line. There are also individual lines (lateral lines) to each of your fixtures. The lateral lines connect to your main line like branches of a tree connect to the trunk. Drain lines inside your home usually clog because grease, hair, soap or food particles slowly build up over time . Then, one day (usually when you have a house full of people !), the drain stops working and over flows.
AC Drain Lines
Just like the drains on your kitchen sink, the AC condensate drain line can become clogged. This drain is responsible for removing condensation from the AC unit and is connected to a plumbing drain. In most cases, the AC unit has a pan under the unit and secondary drain line connected to the pan that directs water outside so that it empties harmlessly onto the lawn if the primary drain line clogs up. If, however, the drain becomes clogged and the water backs up and begin to fill the pan this could result in potential water damage.
What Is A Clean Out?
Texas Plumbing Code requires that you have a clean-out on the main sewer line and kitchen sink line outside your home, fairly close to where the main line leaves the house. The code also requires that additional clean-outs be installed every 100 feet along the line and also wherever the line has a 45 degree or more change of direction. These clean-outs allow your plumber to use sewer cleaning machines to clear blockages in your lines without digging up your yard or pulling a toilet to gain entry to the main sewer line . You should always know where the main line clean-out is and you should ensure that it is accessible . If you are not sure where your clean-out is, or if you think you may not have one, Call Plumb Right Plumbing to come and inspect the drain line .
Is It Time To Replace A Broken Sewer Or Drain Pipe?
Sewer lines are one of those things we don’t think about until something goes wrong. You start noticing the problem when you hear gurgling noises from the toilet, or when water drains more slowly than usual, Plumb Right Plumbing has replaced and unclogged thousands of drains , we have the right equipment and years of experience dealing with these problems . When calling other plumbing company’s to get estimates keep in mind it is not just about choosing the best price. Replacing a sewer line is a big job, On Average the typical sewer line is 50 feet long and 3 -5 foot deep That requires digging , line locating and proper installation of a new line , back filling and clean up. You don’t want to hand it over to just anyone.You also don’t won’t to get an estimate over the phone, because the plumber has to see what he’s dealing with first. You’ll need to schedule a time for Plumb Right Plumbing to come over and look at your property.
To replace or reroute plumbing drains in the yard, it’s necessary to dig trenches by hand. They can range anywhere from 18 inches to 25 feet in depth depending on the project. Trenches are also used to keep proper slope of the drainpipe when rerouting drain lines. Before any trenching is done, utility lines such as electrical ,gas ,cable should always be located before digging begins.