Pipe Inspection Camera & Drain Cleaning
At SG Rooter, we set the standard in commercial drain cleaning by using most advanced technology cleaning technology to identify and solve a wide variety of plumbing problems. Our pipe inspection camera allows us to pinpoint the source of drainage problems, and our hydro-jetting pipe technology uses extremely high pressured water to eliminate pipe blockages.
Hydro-jetting is a process that uses high pressure water to clear blockages in pipe systems and is typically the first approach to clearing blocked lines. Barring the possibility of a collapsed line, hydro-jetting will solve the problem and thereafter routine maintenance will keep the lines free and functioning properly. Maintenance of this sort will go a long way toward minimizing eventual blockages that could result in a line breakage requiring more drastic and expensive remediation.
Over time, accumulations build up on the inside of pipes much in the same way that years of poor diet will cause buildup in arteries. Grease, sand, scale, silt and any number of other sediments are the culprits in most cases.
Pipe Inspection Camera
At SG Rooter®, we want our customers to see the “root” of the problem…no pun intended. Instead of relying on traditional drain line troubleshooting methods, video camera inspection pinpoints the trouble spot and helps visually confirm the cause of the problem. There could be several reasons for continually slow draining pipes and repetitive clogs. Video camera inspection shows the exact “root” of the problem whether it be root intrusion or crushed, cracked or misaligned pipes. The SG Rooter video camera inspection service is the most effective method available to locate suspected problem areas within drain lines, so the best solution can be determined.
Video camera inspections have also been used to locate lost jewelry and other items accidentally flushed down the drain or toilet.
Floor Drain Installation & Maintenance
A floor drain is a plumbing fixture that is installed in the floor of a structure, mainly designed to remove any standing water near it. They are usually round, but can also be square or rectangular. They usually range from 2 inches to 12 inches, most are 4 inches in diameter. They have gratings that are made of metal or plastic. The floor around the drain is also sloped to allow the water to flow to the drain. Most residential basements have 1 or more floor drains, usually near the water heater or washer/dryer. They can also be found in commercial basements, restrooms, kitchens, refrigerator areas, locker/shower rooms, laundry facilities and near swimming pools, among other places. A floor drain should always have a strainer secured over it to prevent injury, entry of foreign objects, or introduction of unwanted pests into the facility. Contact SG Rooter if you are interested in installing a commercial floor drain or if you already have a floor drain that you need service on.
Call SG Rooter at 303-953-8695 to schedule an appointment.