At Plumbline, we have all the latest tools to correctly figure out exactly why your drain is clogged or draining slowly. Our experience and friendly drain cleaning experts will arrive at your Longmont home promptly to diagnose the problem, and they can usually clear your drain during the same visit. We are ready to provide you with fast, reliable drain clearning and sewer line service when you need it.
For just $93, our drain care experts will quickly respond to your call for help with these clogged drains in these areas:
Our plumber will start with a professional auger (also called a rooter or drain snake) to unclog the drain. If that does not work, we can perform a video camera drain line inspection to find the source of the problem.
For really tough clogs, like grease buildup, we can use a high-pressure water-jetter. Using highly pressurized water, we can blast a powerful and safe cleaning solution through the affected pipe, removing all solids and residue, and leaving you with a clear and clean drain and plumbing lines.
If the initial video camera inspection discovered that the drain is damaged, we offer you a same-day sewer line repair/replacement service. Once we have repaired the drain line, we'll run the video camera back down again to make sure everything is good to go.
Our exceptional customer service, high-quality craftsmanship, and years of industry experience are just a few of the reasons why Longmont and Denver area homeowners choose Plumbline for their drain cleaning and plumbing needs.
We’re committed to doing everything we can to ensure the job is done correctly and that you are 100% satisfied. Our work is also backed by some of the best warranties and guarantees in the industry:
While we offer our standard drain cleaning services for less than $99, the price of sewer and drain cleaning can vary based on these factors:
A simple clog can be cleared with an auger, which is less expensive than using a mini water-jetter (only needed to clean a drain, not necessarily clear it).
If the tech has to pull a toilet or go through a crawl space to clear the drain, the cost increases.
The farther down the clog, the more expensive it gets to unclog it. In general, a clog in the main sewer line is more expensive to remove than a clog in a secondary line. That’s because a main sewer line clog is farther down in the piping system and affects more than one fixture.
If your project requires other plumbing work and labor, you’ll be responsible for the cost of additional materials and labor.
Some examples of additional labor include:
Tight budget? Fear not. We have flexible financing options.