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Huge Massive Sewer Tree Roots

Huge Massive Sewer Tree Roots

Like in any job, helping out a client is the number one task. Being able to say that we saved a client over $5000 is a very good feeling at the end of the day (and this happens several times a week). In the picture above you see a major tree root that was growing in a residential sewer line. Having out sewer line cleaned and camera inspected is so important we can’t stress enough to get your line cleaned and views. This can save and prolong you spending several thousands of dollars.

Call Ken’s Sewer Service today and set up maintenance on cleaning your main sewer line along with a camera inspection. You’ll be happy you called and we look forward to working with you.

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Ken-Way 400 Machinery

When blades get worn they start to shine and wear down. Blades don’t last forever but they sure hold up great and serve us well.

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Kitchen Farm Sinks

Farm sinks are special and is considered a unique style kitchen sink.

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Plumbing Gift Certificate

The holiday season is all about giving so we’ve come up with a wonderful idea. Here at Ken’s Sewer Service we hear our clients all the time talking about performing more work but they just can’t afford it. This year instead of guessing what gifts your loved ones want, buy them a plumbing gift certificate.
If you know a friend that has a slow drain or a faucet/toilet that leaks non-stop giving them a plumbing gift certificate to pay for part of their repairs is the right way to go. Your friends will greatly appreciate this gift.
Here’s how it works:
At the time of scheduling an appointment for a friend you’ve decided to buy the plumbing gift certificate for, please call in with your visa information. Additional costs of job apply.
We look forward to hearing from your.
Call 952-929-4146 for any questions.
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Blow out your sprinkler system

Before winter make sure you remember to blow out your sprinkler system lines and sillcocks on the exterior of your home. Replacing valves and pipes come spring is never fun, so do your part. Install a frost free sillcock the next time you replace your outside exterior sillcock.

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