West Vancouver Drain Cleaning
A slow or clogged drain is always either a ongoing inconvenience or the potential source of a flood. All it takes is one call to Highmark Plumbing for West Vancouver Drain Cleaning to restore the rapid flow of sewage and waste water away from your home or office. When you have clogged drains, you need help from a trusted professional plumber. We diagnose and solve any drain problem, including:
- Drain and sewer line back-up or blockage
- Broken concrete or clay sewer lines
- Broken or burst pipes
- Root intrusion damage
- Offset pipes
We have several services to inspect, open and clean your drain and sewer pipes. We return them as closely as possible to their original capacity. There is no clogged drain that we cannot open.
We use the following progressive approaches in the order shown, until the drain returns to proper function:
- Hydro Jetting
- Camera and Locate
- Spot Repair
- Complete Replacement
Hydro-Jetting Drain Cleaning
Water jet cleaning is used to break up blockages or to remove debris that has become built up on the inside of the pipe.To resolve these problems, our trained technicians use pressurized water from one of our portable Ridgid gas powered hydro-jetting machines. This water flushes the debris from your system using our specially designed cleaning heads attached to flexible high-pressure hoses. Also we are able to break down minor amounts of root build up in your sewer main, with our newest attachment called “The Root Ranger”.
The High Velocity Water Jet equipment operates at any pressure up to 3000 psi (pounds per square inch). This flexibility allows our technicians to select the appropriate pressure to get the job done properly. We are here for you!
Video cameras have become one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing industry. Specialty made fibre optic cameras allow for a visual inspection of underground sewer lines, drain tile, and wide variety of other applications, allowing our technicians to determine the condition of the inside of the pipe. A flexible rod with a camera on its end inserts into the pipe for inspection. Video images sent to the camera operator and are saved onto a videotape. Radio transmitters on the camera head are picked up with our new line locating machine, so that we can find the depth and location of the problem from the surface so that defects and obstructions can be corrected the Highmark way “cost effectively”.