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BC Sewer and Drain We are a local family company fast and quality in drain cleaning services, water jetting service, camera inspections, root removal in the pipes and descale. Our goal is to provide the highest quality design and installation services, on schedule, and on budget along with outstanding customer service.We understand that time and cost are crucial so we strive to go above and beyond our client’s expectations. For our customers peace of mind, we offer valuable money saving service and maintenance contracts. Please call for additional details.This List has the best drain cleaning services near you along with deals in your area. Most companies are well-reviewed by local neighbors. an important facet of our work includes cleaning services to restore drains and pipes to proper functionality.Your local, trusted plumbing & drain cleaning professionals. Family-owned and operated, we take pride in offering the highest quality workmanship




Sewer Jetters

Sewer jetters, also known as “hydro-jetters” or “water jetters”, are powerful drain cleaning machines that use high-pressure water jets to clear obstructions in residential and commercial drain pipes as well as larger municipal sewer systems.

Camera Inspection


A sewer inspection video camera allows the service technician to see any problems with the pipe. This might include root intrusion, cracks, punctures, corrosion, or misaligned pipe sections. The camera will also identify grease buildup, leaks and obstructions.

Plumber's Snake


A plumber’s snake or drain snake is a slender, flexible auger used to dislodge clogs in plumbing. … A plumbers snake is often used by plumbers to clear a clogged drain pipe or sanitary sewer.

Top 10 Symptoms of Sewer Line Problems:

1- Slowly draining sinks and other bachups – Water backing up in fixtures is one of the most common symptoms of sewer lateral (line) issues. Even if the backup is only occurring in certain fixtures. e-g. The bathtub is backing up and the toilet works fine – there may still be an issue with a secondary sewer line   as opposed to the main line. Your plumbing system has many branches, similar to a tree, and problems may occur in one or all of them.

2- Using one fixture causes a backup somewhere else – If flushing the toilet causes water to backup in the bathtub, it may be because the water is being forced upward due to a clog in your sewer line. these backups may appear in multiple places like sinks or basement drains.

3- Backups in multiple fixtures – When water is backing up in many places – laundry, sink, toilet, etc – this is a strong indication that there is some kind of blockage in your home’s main sewer pipe. Household snake cleanerswon’t do the job in these situations. It’s time to call a trustworthy professional to inspect your lines

4- Sediment in backups – Pay close attention when the water that backs up is dirty. the appearance of sediment indicates that water has backed up from the actual sewer line, not just in your home’s internal plumbing. The sediment will appear dirt-or mud-like appearance.

5- Clammy Smell – When no sewer line problems are present, your pipes should be airtight. Blockages can lead to cracks and other openings, which wil release the foul smell of sewage into your home or yard. If you begin to notice a gassy stench in or near your home, there is some kind of problem with your drains.

6- Big trees in the yard – Beleive it or not,tgree roots are one of the most common causes of sewer line problems. Root structures can reach far betond the above ground footprint visible to the naked eye, and over time they willcrush water pipes and other drains buried underground. If you have large, old trees anywhere in your yard, it may be the cause of your problems.

7- Water backs up when it rains – This may indicate that you may need to install a backflow prevention device on your sewer line, so that water is only permitted to run out of your home but not into it.

8- Mold on your walls or ceilings – If a sewer pipe breaks in your wall, the resulting humidity will quickly lead to dangerous mold growth. There may also be a foul smell in these scenarious.

9- Lust patches of grass in the yard – When sewage leaks into your yard, it may have the ironic effect of feeding and fertilizing the plants in that area.  An extra green appearance in one area of your grass could mean there is a broken sewer line beneath it.

10- Plunging and clearing the J-trapdoesn’t solve it – if you’ve tried all the common strategies for dealing with clogs, like using a plunger or pouring in an eco-friendly drain cleaner, then its time to call in a professional.