Drain Doctor New York Why Pipe Lining is the Best Way to Restore Your Drains

August 22, 2019 in Drain Cleaning, Pipes, Tips

Problematic drains and other plumbing issues can be a tremendous inconvenience for new property owners. Poor water pressure, the presence of damp spots, the development of mold, and numerous other problems can all be traced to a problem with the lining of your pipes. When confronted with these kinds of issues, be sure to contact a plumbing professional like Drain Doctor New York as soon as possible. If you believe that your home or business is ready for the best pipe lining service in the state, you are ready for the Drain Doctor! Give us a call today!

Pipe Lining is Effective For Your Wallet

With the Drain Doctor, you can rely on pipe lining services that are as effective for your pipes as they are for your wallet. We understand that expensive service charges can be a burden, so we design our price points to remain as practical as they are accessible. We offer discounts, regular sale options, as well as seasonal specials with some of our services. For all of your pipe lining needs, go for the Drain Doctor!

Pipe Lining Services Economize Your Time

Pipe lining services are also beneficial in the sense that they make the most of your limited time. A pipe lining can restore a set of old plumbing pipes to full working condition within the span of a business day, depending on the circumstances. Our technicians are trained and experienced in the techniques and technologies necessary to resolve your plumbing problems properly.

Pipe Lining Services With Drain Doctor New York Get The Job Done Right!

Finally, pipe lining services are the most effective way to resolve plumbing issues. When you enlist the help of plumbing professionals like Drain Doctor New York, you can rely on a service that is unparalleled in the current market. We offer pipe lining packages to residential and commercial customers.If your home or business requires the most effective pipe lining service on the market, consider contacting the Drain Doctor. Contact us today!

What To Do When Your New Jersey Home Is Flooding

July 27, 2018 in Tips

According to USGS data, the underground water table levels in New Jersey can be as close to the surface as 2 feet. Shallow water tables combined with rainfall can easily produce flooding conditions around structures. Flooding can cause water to seep into New Jersey basements. Water pooling into a basement can soak into the wooden structures of the building and create grave damage.

Buildings should be set on land that is graded away and downward, allowing water running off roofs and downspouts to travel away from the structure and spread out on the surrounding land. But most often buyers are purchasing already built structures and must work with the existing landscape. Often the landscaping and grading needs some revising to best protect the building.

How Drain Doctor Can Help Residents In New Jersey With Flooding Problems
French drains, often called weeping drains, can be installed at anytime to support the need to move water away from the building. French drains consist of a ditch, tilted away from the building. A perforated pipe is laid in the ditch, which is then covered with gravel. During a very heavy rainfall, the ditch not only directs water away from the building via the angle, but also allows rapidly pooling water to seep into the perforated pipe and be quickly pulled away by gravity. The perforated pipe provides an additional way to prevent standing puddles from settling dangerously near building foundations.

When pooling water is noticed on a basement floor, a sump pump can be inserted. A small portion of the basement’s cement pad is jack hammered away to allow access to the soil underneath. Soil is removed and a basin is inserted. The pump sits inside the basin. When water begins to pool at the lowest level, the inside of the basin, the sump pump pushes the water through an exit pipe to the exterior of the building, thereby keeping the basement’s cement pad dry.

A Flood Gate Automatic Backwater Valve can also be inserted into the building’s main sewer pipeline to prevent rising flood waters in municipal water sewer systems from backing up into a structure’s toilets and drains. This valve does not require any electricity to work. The pressure of backing up water causes the gate to lift and close the pipeline. When the pressure of the floodwater recedes back out of the pipeline, the gate resets to an open position.

Rely On Drain Doctor To Keep Your NJ Home From Flooding
At Drain Doctor, we are licensed and bonded and can support you with any of these preventative measures. Our dedicated and experienced staff are ready discuss these preventative measures with you. Call us now for a consultation.

Avoid Sewer Backups This Holiday Season

October 20, 2017 in Plumbing, Tips

The holiday season is fast approaching, and in the whirlwind of preparing for the hustle and bustle, the last thing on your mind is your plumbing. It’s during times like this, however, when sewer maintenance is incredibly important in preventing backups and other complications from happening before the holiday festivities.

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Drain Doctor Is Your Plumber’s Plumber

April 22, 2016 in Plumbing, Tips

After experiencing slow and very limited drainage for many years, this New Jersey resident (yes New Jersey!) had numerous plumbing companies attempt to locate and rectify his drainage problem. This client was repeatedly told that his kitchen line, which was in the back of the house, went to a septic system in the backyard. Makes sense right? However no one could locate the line in order to determine the cause of the drainage issues. After contacting his local plumber, who was aware of the Drain Doctor’s specialized abilities in this field, we were contacted.

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Drain Doctor Plumbing Specialist has earned the Technician Seal of Safety™

April 15, 2016 in Business, Plumbing, Safety, Tips

As a Licensed Plumber, Drain Doctor has earned the Technician Seal of Safety™. This means our customers can have confidence knowing that each of our employees have been screened by a pre-employment background check and are tested for illegal drug use as permitted by law. As a member of this professional contractor organization, we are truly committed to protecting the safety of our customers and their families. We believe that our customers should minimize their risk when hiring a home services contractor, which is why going with a contractor who displays the Technician Seal of Safety™ is the right choice.

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Got Frozen Pipes?

February 25, 2016 in Pipes, Plumbing, Tips

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.

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