Southwest Calgary Drainage Service & Repair

Southwest Calgary Drainage Service & Repair

Highmark Plumbing is prepared to take care of your Southwest Calgary drainage service & repair. Our skilled technicians have the latest tools in plumbing technology, ready to ascertain the condition of your drains. Tiny cameras and power tools on a flexible line make a powerful combination for keeping your drains in tip top condition.

It is a good idea to give your drains a yearly checkup. One way to do this is to place a packet of non-toxic dye in one of the intake areas. Then check to see if the water is flowing through to the large outlet area. If you do not see your colored dye, then it is an indicator that water it is not flowing through properly. If that is the case, then we can send our camera down to take a look and find out exactly what is going on inside your drain. There are a variety of things that can happen to your drain, including debris washed off your roof into downspouts, leaves and dried grass from your lawn can make its way in, or the drain tiles might be crushed or damaged in some way. Once we have determined the cause of the blockage, we can send a tool through the line to clean out the obstruction. If the line is broken, we might be able to repair it without digging if the damage is not too severe. A flexible permeable line pipe can be inserted into the old drain line to shore it up and repair it. In some cases, especially with older tiles that are made of clay or concrete, it may be necessary to dig. However, we can still minimize the digging by learning exactly where the clog is located before we begin.

Highmark Plumbing is prepared to take care of your Southwest Calgary, drainage service & repair, give us a call at (403)407-5750 to set up an appointment or to discuss your drainage needs. Our team is prepared to handle almost any kind of plumbing service or repair or even make a new installation if that is what is needed. We are available on weekends, and after hours for those emergency moments, such as when water starts running across your basement floor.