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Bradley tubs: Found in machine shops, schools, industrial manufactures. It is a half or while sink where you stand on a lever that lets water washer you hands. This is a small line that goes directly to your main line. If your business has a clogged Bradley tub contact us today to have one of our St. Paul/Minneapolis Drain cleaners respond for service.

Clogged Bathroom Sink: Bathroom sinks are small lines that run to the main line. The usual obstructions that cause bathroom sinks clogs are: soap buildup, grease, and hair. Our St. Paul/Buffalo drain cleaning technicians have even pulled larger foreign objects like rags and razor blades from clogged bathroom sink lines. If you have a slow bathroom sink, contact one our Minneapolis Drain Cleaners today.

Clogged Bathtub Drains: Small drain that empty in to the main line. Soap and grease and hair are most often the culprits for bathtub clogs. If you have a plugged bathtub drain contact us and one of our Minneapolis/New Brighton drain cleaners for service will set up a appointment to clear your clogged bathtub drain.

Clogged Shower Drains: Showers have small lines that run to main line. Hair, soap and grease, are often the causes of slow shower drains. Our Minneapolis/Brooklyn Center drain cleaners get the largest blade to clean this line to the main line. If you have a clogged shower drain contact us and one of our Minneapolis sewer cleaners will respond with immediate assistance.

Clogged Toilets: When your toilet backs up, our St. Paul/Burnsville drain cleaners will be there to help. It may sound funny, but we have pulled the following out of clogged toilets before: potatoes, cell phones, tape measures, underwear, toothbrushes, dentures, wedding rings, news paper, toys, and eye glasses. Most everyone knows what should NOT be put down these lines. But, here are some reminders: Dental floss, q-tips, feminine products, wet wipes and moist towelettes should never be flushed down your toilet. If you have a clogged toilet contact us to have one of our professional Minneapolis drain cleaners flush your problems away!

Clogged Floor drains: Floor drains are small lateral lines that run to your main line. Floor drain back ups are most often caused by grease, debris from a kitchen sink, debris from a laundry tub or even shower/bathtub drains. Our Minneapolis/Maple Grove sewer cleaners clean floor drains in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas by auguring these lines with the largest blade we can possibly fit in to them to ensure the clogged floor drain line is clear of any obstructions. Click here to view our service areas, or contact us to have one of our Minneapolis drain cleaners clean your floor drain.

Frozen lines: With cold Minnesota Winters comes frozen lines. Frozen Drain lines occur when the frost goes to pipe level, and water sits for long periods of time in your pipes and then freezes inside your drain line. Drain lines that are most commonly affected are: main lines, kitchen sink lines, and any line could be exposed to the cold. Frozen lines cannot be cabled, it is best to use our High Pressure Water Jetter to power threw and melt the ice that has formed. Our Minneapolis/Maple Grove drain cleaners use our High Pressure Water Jetter to treat frozen lines. Contact us today for a quote on this service.

Garbage disposals: Garbage disposal clogs are caused by too large or too hard of food being processed through the line. Garbage disposals are intended to dispose of food that are of spaghetti sauce consistency with no meat. It is best to dispose of larger food objects in the trash to unsure you don't have a garbage disposal clog. But, if you do have a backed up garbage disposal contact us, and one of our St. Paul drain cleaners will assist you with your garbage disposal problem.

Grease traps: Grease traps are found inside most restaurants, sometimes large ones are found outside. Inside grease traps are around 50 – 80 gallons; outside grease traps can be up to 1500 gallons. When our South/North Metro drain cleaners clean the inside grease traps we suck out all grease, liquid and solids then scrape down the sides to remove all debris that has formed. Our technicians then test the line with water to ensure it is in good working order. We recommend cleaning grease traps during off peak business hours. Contact us to have one of our Minneapolis/Elk River drain cleaners clean your grease trap today.

High Pressure Water Jetting: Our Minneapolis/Brooklyn Center Drain Cleaners are trained in using high pressure water jetting to clear and unclog drains and pipes. Our High Pressure Water Jetting technology removes grease, and other debris from your pipes and runs it to the city sewer line. Viking's High Pressure Water Jetting technicians can clear clogged drains, clogged sanitary lines, clogged man holes, and clogged sewers. We are able to clean up to 6" diameter sewer lines with 3000 PSI (Pounds per square inch) up to 10 gallons of water per minute. This high pressure allows our technicians to cut through scale build up, grease, ice (frozen lines), and long sewer lines. High pressure water jetting can be more effective than the usual cabling because it doesn't just unblock obstructions in the drain, it cleans it. A clean drain will not snag foreign objects that could block the drain all over again. Contact us to speak to one of our Minneapolis/Brooklyn Center sewer cleaners for more information on our High Pressure Water Jetting services.

Inside main line: The inside main line is the part of the main line that is in your home or business. Our Minneapolis/Ramsey drain cleaners locate the access to the inside main line and use our sewer cleaning machines to augur any inside main line blockages in the line. Sometimes our Minneapolis sewer cleaners have to pull a toilet to gain access to this line. Our Minneapolis/St. Paul drain cleaners use the largest blade possible to ensure main line clogs are completely removed. Contact us today for a main line cleaning in the Minneapolis and surrounding Twin Cities areas.

Kitchen Sinks Lines: Kitchen sink lines are small lines that usually run past a floor drain then out to the main line. Longer kitchen sink lines could have dips or sags in the line that allow grease, soap and food particles to gather. Our Minneapolis/St. Anthony drain cleaners get the largest blades possible through the line to ensure they are clear of any obstructions. When kitchen sink clogs are found to be very greasy our Minneapolis/St. Anthony sewer cleaners will use our High Pressure Water Jetter to clear the clogged kitchen sink line. If you have a slow kitchen sink, or a kitchen sink clog contact us, and one of our expert Minneapolis sewer cleaners will assist in clearing the problem away.

Main line cleaning: The main line drain is the central drainage system of your home or business. It is also the one drain most home owners tend to take for granted, that is until there is a sewer back up. Viking Sewer's Minneapolis/Plymouth drain cleaners augur the main line out to the city sewer or the home's septic system. Our Minneapolis/Plymouth sewer cleaners cut out tree roots, grease build up, and even foreign objects. If you have a clogged main line, all your other drain lines can be affected. This can cause a lot of stress, and may also pose health issues, and even property damage if not taken care of right away. Viking Sewer's Twin Cities sewer cleaners are experts in clearing main line blockages in any type of home or business. Contact us today to have your main line cleaned.

Preventative Maintenance Plans: Our Minneapolis/Shakopee drain cleaners can set up a regular preventative maintenance plan for the drain lines in your home or business. These plans are specific to the needs of your home or business. They are set up as a way preventing sewer backups from occurring when you know of an outstanding issue in your drain lines. For example, if you have had tree roots in your main line previously – we can set up a timely plan to ensure when those tree roots start growing back they do not get out of control and cause expensive, messy sewage back ups. For business, such as restaurants we can set up routine preventative maintenance on specific lines that commonly become blocked, such as grease traps, floor drains, and main lines. All of our Sewer Preventative Maintenance Plans are set up for individual building needs. Contact us to have one of our Minneapolis/St. Paul sewer cleaners set up a plan for your home or business.

Rooter service: This is a term for the type of service our St. Paul/Andover sewer cleaners perform on drain lines. We use sewer machines that augur out lines to clear out blockages that are affecting specific lines in your home or business. Contact us today for Rooter service in Minneapolis/St. Paul and surrounding metro.

Slow drains: Slow running drains can be an indicator that there is a dip or partial blockage or vent issue in you line. Usually a buildup of scale, hair, grease or foreign object. A slow drain can be an indicator that a back up could occur in the near future. Our St. Paul/Zimmerman drain cleaners can clean slow drains by using our sewer cleaning equipment. Contact us today fast immediate service.

Tree Roots: Our Minneapolis Drain Cleaning Technicians specialize in tree root removal in Minneapolis and surrounding areas. Tree roots are attracted to water, this is the main reason they creep into drain lines. Roots get in through the seams of your drain lines where they are able to grow and prosper eventually causing sewage and debris to back up. If tree roots are left untreated, the roots can completely fill your drain line with hair-like masses that block sewage from getting to the septic system, or city sewer. Results of these blockages can be slow running drains, sewage backups in your home, eventually they can break the line which can lead to expensive repairs and replacement. Viking Sewer's St. Paul/Bloomington sewer cleaners use blades to cut through the tree roots that are currently in the line.

Once you have a tree root problem, we strongly recommend setting up a preventative maintenance schedule to continually remove the growing tree roots from your drain line and causing additional backups. Click here for more information on Preventative Maintenance Plans. We can also do a video inspection of drain line after cleaning to ensure that there are no breaks in the line. Contact us and one of our Minneapolis/Maple Grove drain cleaners today for more information.

Trench Drains: Trench lines or trough lines lead to an oil separator. Dirt, oil, and mud get into these lines and need to be High Pressure Water Jetted out to the oil separator. If the seproator tank is full it will need to be pumped out. We recommend that you clean your trenches on your own once a week or as needed depending on use of lines. Our Minneapolis drain cleaners should clean these trench lines after the separator is pumped out to ensure the best cleaning and to ensure trench lines are running properly. For more information contact us, and one of our St. Paul/Otsego drain cleaners will clean your trench lines.

Video Inspection: Our St. Paul/Arden Hills drain cleaners are trained to do video inspection of your lines. We do this when we suspect another issue has arisen above and beyond normal sewer line blockages. We recommend video inspection in the case that you have a presumed break in your line. A video inspection will eliminate any uncertainty when it comes to broken lines. Our St. Paul/Arden Hills sewer cleaners use our video technology to make recommendations on what you should or should not do to your line. Our mission is to take care of you, so you can rest assured you will get a recommendation that is in your best interest – not ours. We do not replace broken lines, so you will not be pressured into unnecessary and costly repairs. Contact us today to speak to one of our Minneapolis/St. Paul video inspectors for more information.

Waste Interceptor: A Waste interceptor is a tank where all sewage, mud, debris goes to be separated. Water moves through these lines where oil, grease, sand and dirt can get stuck on the sides causing blockage, these materials need to be regularly pumped out. Our Minneapolis/Maplewood sewer cleaners recommend not putting large objects over the waste interceptor so as to keep it easily accessible. Contact us today for more information.