We understand the complications that come along with having your pipes freeze up on you. Suddenly you can’t cook, clean, shower, or use your restroom without having something lock up on you. We want to ease your concerns with solutions that are reliable and long-lasting, and with Drain Doctor, we can solve any problem for you with professionalism and speed. Continue reading »
Why Trenchless Pipe Lining is the Recommended Solution for Your North Brunswick HomeDecember 18, 2017 in Pipes
Experiencing pipeline problems is never a fun prospect, and the mess, hassle, and cost of a major repair can be daunting. Drain Doctor can remove this stress through their range of trenchless plumbing solutions – minimally invasive processes that are completed in a fraction of the time that a traditional job would be. With multiple locations, including in North Brunswick, Drain Doctor’s highly trained professional staff are ready to solve your pipeline disasters today!
How Often Are Exterior Pipes Damaged by Tree Roots?September 13, 2017 in Pipes
If you’re experiencing issues with your plumbing, look out to your yard. Do you see large, mature, or even dead trees? If you do, those trees may be the source of your problems. Exterior pipes, especially in older homes, are oftentimes damaged by tree roots penetrating the pipes. Most pipes are made of breakable materials such as cast iron, clay, or copper.
City of White Plains Funds Residential Pipe LiningMarch 25, 2016 in Pipes, Plumbing, Tips, Video
After numerous main waste line stoppages causing effluent backup (sewage) into this White Plains home, the home owner reached out to the City White Plains Planning Department for assistance. Immediately following, the Planning Department contacted Drain Doctor and requested that we perform a video inspection of the line in question.
Have you ever found yourself in the unfortunate situation of dealing with frozen pipes? It’s never fun to contend with, especially when you end up cleaning up the aftermath. At Drain Doctor, we want to help you avoid this costly and inconvenient situation. So before it gets too cold again, here are a few steps you can take to help prevent it from happening.