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Drain Cleaning: Rooter & Snake Service

Atlanta Sewer Line Repair employs a group of expert residential and commercial drain cleaning plumbers. The company also owns top-of-the-range drain cleaning equipment, including pressure jetting systems and rotary drain cleaners. It is no surprize that we are the preferred drain cleaning team in Atlanta.

Many people use a range of techniques to clear a blocked drain at home or at the office, often with disastrous results. It is no secret that much of the advice available on the internet today is based on opinion, rather than fact, and can backfire on you. Instead, call Atlanta Sewer Line Repair. We will fix the problem fast and efficiently, using proven methods based on years of training and experience.

Quick Drain Cleaning Tips:

NEVER pour chemicals down the drain as they often don't work and when you use a plunger or snake, you may sustain chemical burns and risk blindness.

NEVER try to operate, or allow another untrained individual to operate drain cleaning equipment, as it may result in injury.

NEVER try to unclog a clogged drain unless you have identified where the dirty water might come up, particularly if you have used chemicals.

Here's how to troubleshoot a clogged drain:

  • Locate and remove the cap of the sewer clean out, which is located outside your home
  • Run extremely hot water down the drain, being careful not to scald yourself or other people
  • Clear the drain using a plunger, while keeping an eye on any possible exit points
  • If you have a small snake, use that to dislodge any solid waste

In many cases, professional equipment is needed to clear clogged drains. Additionally, at Atlanta Sewer Line Repair, clearing drains is our main task. Therefore, we know how to clean any kind of drain, and we have the experience to do the job right, first time around. We also have the best professional equipment that can help us diagnose and clean any drain effectively.

Over the years, we at Atlanta Sewer Line Repair have learned which tools work best for clogged drains, and we use state-of-the-art equipment to serve your needs:

Cable and rooter machines: Ideal for everyday drain cleaning services.

Sewer line video camera: Used to inspect the lines and determine the location of blockages and other issues.

Professional hydro-jet machines: Used to pressure-wash a pipe from the inside. This machine can remove years of built-up sludge and grease and it can even clear out tree roots.

Workmanship guarantee: Our two-year guarantee on materials and workmanship offers you peace of mind, knowing that you are dealing with professionals.

When you need drain cleaning services in a hurry, Atlanta Sewer Line Repair is there for you. We perform both commercial and residential drain cleaning services and maintenance, as well as emergency response plumbing.

Atlanta Sewer Line Repair can do it all. From preventative drain cleaning and unclogging to repairs and pipe replacements. We also offer affordable camera inspections.

Atlanta Sewer Line Repair is licensed, bonded and insured. Not only do we solve your current drain cleaning problem, but we work to prevent future blocked drains.

Not only will we clear your line like most providers, but we will also camera your line for free and give you options to solve your sewer problems permanently.

Our technicians will accurately pinpoint any problem areas underground and even identify if the issue is your responsibility or a city/county issue.

Pressurized drain jetting not only restores flow but can remove grease buildup inside of your line and even scour away tree roots to improve the flow inside of your line.

No destruction to your landscape and very little disruption of your normal routine. Save ~40% compared to traditional replacement methods.

Avoid potentially disastrous leaks which can cause expensive damage to your home. Improve the flow and quality of your drinking water.

Water Leak Detection technology to pinpoint the leak while minimizing damage. Multiple leak repair options to minimize damage and the cost of a permanent repair.