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Drain, Pipe, and Sewer Services

Mason Plumbing is here to help with clogged drains, sewer line leaks, and much more.

Clogged Drains

There are several reasons a drain can become clogged. The most common cause is a foreign object in the drain that doesn’t belong which leads to build up. Build up can lead to flooding and property damage, which no one wants to experience.

It is important to call a professional plumber if you need to clear your clogged drains. At Mason Plumbing, our plumbers use high pressure jetting to help unclog drains. The process consists of a high-pressure hose with a specialized nozzle that pressurizes the water and produces a powerful stream to clear the clogged drain. This process works for both commercial and residential customers, especially if buildup occurs in the interior and exterior drain lines.

Some of what might be clogging your drains:

  • Main Sewer Line: As a homeowner, when a sewer line becomes clogged, you are responsible for the repairs. Things that commonly cause sewer line clogs – feminine care products, wipes, etc.
  • Washing Machine: Washing one load of laundry after another can strain your washing machine’s drains and can result in clogged drains. If you notice your drains getting clogged more often while doing laundry, the washing machine may be the culprit.
  • Garbage Disposal: Potato peels, large pieces of food, and certain cooking oils and grease can ruin your garbage disposal and can cause your drains to become clogged.

Sewer Repair

Mason Plumbing is equipped for sewer repairs and replacements. We inspect the sewer lines to uncover the issue and diagnose the source of the problem. We develop an effective and efficient plan for any needed repairs. Sewer lines that are damaged due to deteriorated or faulty piping can lead to serious plumbing issues and wreak havoc for residential and commercial property owners.

Orangeburg Pipe Replacement

If you are living in an older home, it is more likely that you have Orangeburg pipes installed outside around your home. While Orangeburg Pipe has a lifespan of about 40-50 years, it will inevitably collapse over time. When it comes to being about this time, you want to work with a qualified plumbing company that knows Orangeburg Pipe to inspect your piping and ensures you are getting the best quality service!

Camera Inspection

Camera inspections use a flexible camera for live, visual exploration of underground sewer lines and piping. Inserted into the pipe, the camera is used to inspect for damaged pipes, flow restriction, corrosion, sunken pipes, leaking, and root filtration. The images are used by Mason’s plumbers to diagnose the issue of your pipes.

The cameras are used to identify pipe damage and obstructions that restrict proper flow and can create occasional or repeated backups and to check that obstructions have been removed leaving the pipes clean.

The camera is commonly used during plumbing inspections because of its ability to help uncover cracks, leaks, and breaks that are impossible to find with the naked eye or above ground. Prior to the development of this camera, the project to find leaks underground was costly and led to blindly digging to diagnose the problem.

If you have recognized an issue with your plumbing, contact Mason Plumbing to efficiently and effectively determine the issue and help provide services to solve the problem.

Mason Plumbing is here to serve you!