Sewer Cleaning

Sewer Cleaning in O'Fallon, MO 

Sewer Cleaning Specialists in O’Fallon, Florissant, and Chesterfield

Your drains and sewers are an often an ignored part of your home; that is, until something goes wrong! For everything from clogged drains to sewer back ups, Armstrong Plumbing is your go to for sewer cleaning services in O'Fallon, Florissant, and Chesterfield. Our decades of experience have taught us how to tackle plumbing problems both large and small. We have seen it all, and we know the best way to repair it the first time. We can even be there same day to help you. 

Don’t let a clogged drain slow you down, or worse, damage your plumbing system all together. Armstrong Plumbing has the skills and experience to fix these common plumbing issues: 

  • Slow draining sink, bathtub, or shower
  • Clogged drains
  • Sewer back ups
  • Frozen pipes
  • Sewer line breaks

Working in the plumbing industry for decades, we have seen almost every type of clog, break, and plumbing problem, but the solution is always the same. Simply reach out to Armstrong Plumbing for a quick and easy service call.

Give us a call today at (636) 538-5179 to request your free estimate for professional sewer cleaning.

What Are Signs That Indicate That You Need Professional Sewer Cleaning?

You might notice signs at home that could mean your sewer needs cleaning in O'Fallon. Things like slow drains in sinks or showers, gurgling noises from pipes, or bad smells coming from drains might suggest a clog or blockage in your sewer lines. If you see water backing up in sinks or toilets or notice water pooling in your yard without any reason, these could also be signs that your sewer needs cleaning. It's a good idea to contact a professional sewer service if you notice any of these signs to prevent bigger problems.

How Often Should Sewer Lines Be Cleaned in Residential Properties?

The timing for cleaning sewer lines can differ due to several factors. Generally, in O'Fallon, residential properties are advised to consider a routine maintenance schedule, scheduling cleanings every 18 months to three years. But if you encounter frequent clogs, sluggish drainage, or have trees close to your sewer lines that could lead to root issues, you might require more frequent cleanings. Getting guidance from a professional sewer service is beneficial as they can tailor a cleaning plan that suits your particular circumstances and requirements.

Why Choose Armstrong Plumbing?

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
    We're confident you'll be happy with our services, we guarantee it!
  • Immediate, Same-Day Service
    Get a plumber out fast with our same-day appointments.
  • Backed by a Warranty
    Talk to our team about our plumbing services warranty.
  • Emergency Services Available
    Don't sit around and wait for a plumber. We're here for you!

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Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 636-538-5179 today!

  • How do I know if I need to replace a main water line?

    This is usually a matter of age and condition. If the pipes in your home are older than 50 years or so, you should be checking them regularly for signs of rust or corrosion. Corroded water lines need to be replaced right away.

  • What can I do about a leaky faucet?

    Often, a leaky faucet is caused by a corroded O-ring, gasket, or valve seal. Try shutting off the water and removing the faucet handle. You may be able to fix the problem by tightening the nut that holds all the internal parts in place. You may also want to try disassembling the faucet to inspect its components. If you notice a part that is broken, replacing that part can do the trick. If you continue having problems with a dripping faucet, give us a call.

  • Is there a way to prevent clogged drains in my house?

    Yes! First of all, don't put things down your drains that don't belong there: this includes hair, oil or grease, coffee grounds, hard food and egg shells. A drain stopper or filter can also stop larger materials from going down your drain and clogging it.