Clogged Drains & Sewers
Lee County’s Choice for Repairing Clogged Drains and Sewers
Modern plumbing allows us to have homes with multiple drains, showers, hot and cold running water in many different rooms, flushing toilets, washing machines, dishwashers, and even ice machines. But if any part of that plumbing system becomes clogged, cracked, or collapses, indoor plumbing will quickly start to fail.
In fact, clogged pipes and drains are some of the most annoying issues homes and businesses in Cape Coral and Lee County can face. While some clogs can be fixed immediately, others are more complicated to repair. To add to the complexity, clogs and cracks can happen in underground pipes, or in pipes that are buried in concrete.
That’s why the plumbing experts at Bergau can clean your drain quickly using the latest equipment. We’re able to completely resolve your drain issues so your plumbing is flowing freely once again.
We Repair Leaking or Collapsed Drains
Sometimes, the main sewer line can become clogged or even collapse. That’s when you need to call the expert technicians at Bergau Plumbing. We respond quickly to drain and sewer problems in Cape Coral, Lee County, and Southwest Florida. Call us immediately if you notice any of these four signs of clogged and collapsed drains, including;
- Frequent Backups in Your Drains
If your drain clogs repeatedly, especially in the lowest level of your home, it could come from a break or blockage in your sewer pipe. Call Bergau Plumbing to analyze your issues.
- More Than One Fixture is Clogged
If you find that more than one fixture, such as a toilet or shower drain, keeps clogging, you may have a larger sewer line issue. The trusted technicians at Bergau can analyze and repair the problem.
- Unusual or Unexpected Plumbing Issues
If you are experiencing unexpected or unusual reactions when using plumbing fixtures, including getting shower back up when you flush the toilet, bubbling in the toilet water, or loud gurgling when the toilet flushes or the shower drains, call the expert at Bergau Plumbing.
- Changes in Your Lawn
Your sewer line typically runs from your home to a main line under the street or beyond. If your sewer line has a break, you’ll often seen an indentation on your lawn, or soggy or muddy patches in one area of the lawn.
When you spot any of these four signs, or experience leaking because of collapsed drains, call Lee County’s first choice for plumbing repairs; Bergau Plumbing. We will troubleshoot leaking or collapsed drains in Cape Coral and throughout Southwest Florida. We can often repair the problem on the spot.
We Use Video Inspections to Identify Your Plumbing Issues
Bergau Plumbing’s technicians are equipped with the latest detection technology. We use video pipe inspections to identify issues in your plumbing system that might otherwise go undetected. Our cameras are especially helpful when it comes to inspecting pipes that are located underground, buried in cement, or lying within your home’s foundation. And because video inspections are extremely fast and accurate, they can save you money by providing solutions for problems before they get out of hand.
Trust Bergau to Fix Drain Obstructions or Root Intrusions
If you have a drain obstruction or a tree root intrusion, we have rooter equipment and anti-root bacterial agents to clear your pipes and get them functioning again. It is important with a root intrusion to use a video camera inspection within the line to make sure there are not any other obstructions or any other roots further down the line.
We Install New Sewer Lines and City Connections in Cape Coral and Lee County
Bergau Plumbing can install your new sewer lines or make a new connection to the city sewer.
Schedule A Plumbing Repair Appointment
The plumbing experts at Bergau will be happy to help you schedule your testing, inspection or repair of your drain and sewage issues. Call us at 239-766-4170 or contact us online to make an appointment.
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We will be happy to help you schedule your testing, inspection or repair of your drain & sewage issues TODAY! Call us at 239-766-4170 or contact us online to make an appointment.