ECM plumbing experts will clear clogged drains, plugged toilets and backed-up sewer drains—we’re your drain cleaning experts. Slow moving and backed up drains are a nuisance and unsanitary. When you need sewer or drain cleaning service, ECM will be there today.
Drain Rooter Service
At ECM, we know it is easy for you to forget your drain and sewer lines until it is too late and they get clogged. That’s why ECM’s plumbing experts can clear drain problems and stopped-up drains today. With everything from our Thermal Imaging leak detection equipment to our Rooter Services, ECM plumbing experts will determine the problem with your drain and sewer lines and fix it today.
Drain Line Clearing
If you have a plugged up drain, ECM’s plumbing experts will use the right diagnostic equipment and a full range of drain clearing tools to get your drain flowing quickly. Hardened food, hair, grease and other contaminants can completely block a drain or restrict the flow enough to result in back-ups and slow flowing drains.
ECM plumbing experts use diagnostic tools and years of experience to assess the problem and provide you with the best repair and replacement options. ECM can handle all your clearing needs.
- Drain line cleaning
- Video camera inspections
- Clogged toilets
- Sewer line cleaning
- A/C condensate cleaning
Sewer Line Clearing
For years, plumbers have been guessing at the causes of sewer line problems and what causes stoppages. Today, ECM uses sophisticated video camera technology to determine stoppages in your sewer line and get them resolved today.
Sewer pipes can fail due to faulty installation, items stuck in the line, invasive roots or any of a host of problems. Sewer cameras can now tell ECM plumbing experts exactly where the problem is in the line and our plumbing experts can pinpoint exactly what needs to be done to correct the problem and save you from costly and unnecessary repairs.
ECM uses the latest in sewer camera technology to see what is happening in the pipes of your plumbing system. The fiber optic camera is fed by the technician into the sewer pipe through a clean-out or other accessible opening. Seeing this information lets ECM plumbing experts determine how many feet into the pipe the camera is and determine precisely where the unit is below ground. This saves time and saves you money in costly and unnecessary repair problems.