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Drains & Sewers in Port St. Lucie

Say Goodbye to Clogged Drains & Sewer Problems

Having a clogged drain can really put a damper on your daily routine. Things, like flushing the toilet or trying to take a shower, can turn into a disaster in the blink of an eye when it can’t drain properly or drain at all. Luckily, you can call I Need The Plumber & AC and your clog troubles will be a distant memory. Our plumbers are fully trained and experienced in drain cleaning. We have state of the art equipment that can make short work of removing debris from drainage pipes without causing further damage to your plumbing.

Accurate Diagnosis Using Advanced Plumbing Methods

Clogs can be caused by anything from a regular backup to debris to your two-year-old flushing a toy. In some severe cases, clogs can be caused by damaged pipelines. We use video inspection equipment to take a look at your pipes when we clean them out to make sure that no long-term damage was done. Attempting to remove the clog yourself with store-bought liquid can cause further damage, and we recommend that you avoid this method, especially if you have standing water. In most cases, the liquid simply does not work and just makes it more difficult for a professional plumber because the chemicals can be dangerous.

I Need The Plumber & AC respects your home and property so you can always be sure that we leave your home better than we found it. Plumbing issues can be really nasty so we want to help you reclaim your home so you can get back to living in comfort. Our team provides same-day services if necessary and we always call at least 30 minutes prior to your appointment time. For emergency clog removal, please call us anytime and we will be there as soon as possible.

Is The Plumbing Issue Deep Down in Your Sewer? We Can Help!

I Need The Plumber & AC is experienced with installing, repairing and maintaining water-sewer vents in Port St. Lucie and the surrounding areas. Waste-sewer vent systems empty into the house’s septic system or into a municipal sewer and rely on gravity rather than water pressure to move fluids through the system. In addition to drain and waste pipes that carry liquid and solid waste away, a waste-sewer vent system consists of vent lines that provide an exit route for sewer gases and that equalize atmospheric pressure within the waste-sewer vent system, allowing liquids to flow freely down and out.

How Your Waste-Sewer Vent System Works

Vents are required at each trap and eventually link back up with the soil stack, which is then vented through the roof. Traps are curved sections of pipe which retain water and block sewer gases from entering the house through the fixture. Because air is used in every waste system, they are called drain waste vent systems.

In addition, drain waste pipes are typically large in diameter, which can sometimes make it difficult to route them through framing. Cast iron and PVC are the two most common drain waste vent pipe materials.

If your sewer is always backing up or has been infiltrated by stubborn tree roots, our Port St. Lucie-based plumbers are experienced and trained in the following sewer services:

  • Sewer cleaning
  • Sewer repairs
  • 24-hour emergency sewer services

To learn more about waste sewer vents, please call I Need The Plumber & AC today. We are available 24/7 to take care of your plumbing service requests.