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The Best Drain and Sewer Services in Indianapolis

Drain and Sewer Service for the Greater Indianapolis Area

Drains and sewers problems are a serious issue when something goes wrong. Clogged drains happen at the worst of times. The right drain cleaning service can be a life saver. Williams Comfort Air’s plumbers and drain technicians can diagnose the cause of the issue and clear your clogged drains. We’re ready 24 hours a day to clear in-home and main sewer drains, complete with a sewer camera inspection if needed.

Williams Comfort Air can handle issues beyond just clogged drains. If the main drain that your entire home empties into becomes clogged or broken, a sewer line repair or replacement is what you likely need. The main drain can become clogged with grease, hair, toys, and even roots. Main drain repairs can get messy fast, so Williams Comfort Air uses advanced trenchless technology to keep the disturbance to your yard or driveway to a minimum.

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Williams Comfort Air’s Service Area

The Williams Comfort Air team works throughout the following zip codes shown on the map. Don’t see your location on the map? Call us… we’re growing every day!

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No one has time for a backed-up or slow drain.

Williams Comfort Air is ready to answer your call with fast, effective drain cleaning service the first time. This can be a messy job, but we always wear shoe covers, use drop cloths and clean-up before we leave. Whether you have a kitchen sink clogged by grease, a shower drain that has more hair in it than you, the overflowing toilet that just swallowed your phone, the tree root that moved-in with with your sewer line, or any other problem – we’re standing by 24/7 ready to handle the problem.

Drain problems are not fun and no one likes to deal with them repeatedly, but that’s what happens when a systems start to fail. The short answer is to get the line cleared. Our drain cleaning technicians are trained, certified, and specialize in all facets of drain repair, replacement and relining. The key to eliminating drain problems is to identify the cause of the issue. We do this by performing a camera inspection that can alert us to blockages or damage in your pipes. This lets us know which services to use to remove the blockage.

Our expert drain and sewer technicians can assist you in determining the best options that meet your needs. Williams Comfort Air provides speedy and professional drain and sewer service for your home’s plumbing. We’re standing by ready to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Types of Drain and Sewer Services for Indianapolis

At Williams Comfort Air, we provide the following drain and sewer services:

  • Sewer line repairs
  • Trenchless pipe bursting
  • Main drain replacements
  • Drain clearing / cleaning
  • Camera inspections
  • Jetting of blocked lines

Drain and Sewer Tips from the Experts

Many people pick up the phone and call for service when something isn’t working right. If you follow the guide below, you may find a solution that you can do yourself. If you are uncomfortable with checking any of these things then you should call for service and let one of our drain and sewer technicians perform an inspection.

Is your sewer line blocked?

  • The first thing to do in the event that your sewer line is blocked is to shut off all water and don’t use any plumbing in the house until the blockage is cleared or you can isolate the problem.
  • Start checking plumbing fixtures in the home. It is very important that you don’t force anything else through a clogged sewer line.
  • If you suspect your sewer line is blocked but not cracked or broken, you might be able to unclog waste and debris with a plunger.

Clearing out clogged pipes

  • Try pouring hot / boiling water into your toilet from waist height. The heat from the water may help dissolve the clog.
  • Pour a quart of dawn soap down a clogged drain. The soap surrounds the clog and lubricates it so that next time you run water the clog should flow out.

Prevent future plumbing problems!

  • Chemical drain cleaners may be able to fix a clog, but they can cause irreparable damage to your drains. Avoid using these products if possible.
  • Avoid pouring oil and grease down your drains.
  • Grease, bones, animal fats and skins shouldn’t go down your drain. Your garbage disposal isn’t designed to handle these items.
  • Be careful what you flush down your toilet. The drains aren’t meant for heavy duty products like paper towels and sanitary napkins.

Be aware of where your main sewer line is located

  • Do not place any plants with extensive root systems nearby. Additionally, keep all root systems properly watered.
  • Roots will usually only extend toward the pipes under your home if they are looking for a water source and the sewer line can provide that source.

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Glossary of Common Drain and Sewer Terms

Branch drain
A pipeline installed to discharge into a junction on another pipeline or at a point of access such as an access junction, inspection chamber or manhole.

Overflow of a plumbing fixture due to a stopped up drain

A pit made of concrete or brickwork in which sewage is allowed to collect. The pit will be periodically emptied using specialized hydraulic equipment.

Cleanout Plug
A plug in a trap or drain pipe that provides access for the purpose of clearing an obstruction.

Drain-Waste-Vent System
A pipe system that drains wastewater from the bathroom and vents the drain system.

Foul Water
Commonly known as Wastewater, foul water is discharged after being used in households or in a process.

Either a pipe or cable—a primary distribution system, normally located beneath an adaptable area such as a footway or service zone.

A working chamber with a cover constructed on a drain or sewer within which a person may inspect, test or clear and remove obstructions.

Septic tank
A purifier for sewage where no sewer is available. It is a tank through which sewage flows slowly enough for it to decompose and be purified. It is divided into two or more chambers separately by scum boards.

Also known as waste-water, sewage is water-borne human, domestic and farm waste. It may include trade effluent, subsoil or surface water.

Shutoff Valve
Water shut-off valves installed under sinks and toilets used to shut off water supply in the event of a malfunction or repair. Also called an Angle Stop, Straight Stop or Supply Stop.

Surface water from heavy rainfall combined with wastewater diverted from a sewer by a stormwater overflow.

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