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St. Louis Park, MN local 24 Hour Plumbing Company

Going through all the pictures of tree roots our company Ken’s Sewer Service pulled out from sewer lines, this had to be top 5.

roots

Roots also known as “tree roots” grow in sewer line weather you want them to or not. There is no way to get rid of them. By not maintaining your sewer line and cleaning your sewer system yearly roots will grow thicker and bigger. Eventually tree roots will break though your drain pipe and end up costing you major pocket book money to replace your sewer line.
This root our company pulled from a clients sewer line was over 5 feet long. This is one of many roots this size we extracted from clients sewer lines this past year. We keep many pictures of impressive roots to show our clients what our company is capable of pulling out of sewer lines. Clients are always amazed and surprised what’s inside their sewer lines. When our company diagnosis a sewer line with our camera technology, clients love seeing whats growing and living inside their line.
St. Louis Park Drain cleaning & Plumbing is what our company thrives at.
Ken’s Sewer Service installs, repairs and unclogs any and all drains.
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Is your faucet sick?

Make sure you treat your faucet the way you would treat yourself or loved one.

Ken’s Sewer Service can help you with any plumbing or drain cleaning repair you need done.

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When your faucet isn’t turning off that means you need help. Dripping faucets can add up and cost you a lot of money. Get it fixed ASAP and don’t let a water leak ruin your home. Remember that leaking faucets can turn into leaky supply lines and ruin your personal belongings. Water is fun to play around in but not when it’s flooding your home. Make the necessary repairs you need on your plumbing.

Ken-Way Blades & Cables For Sale

We sell drain cleaning blades and cables for the following machines.
Ken-Way 400
Ken-Way Jr.

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Cleaning sewers since 1974 we have tried all sorts of cable sizes. We recommend 3/4 inch for cleaning sewer lines. Our company sells 3/4 inch cables in lengths of 25ft, 50ft & 100ft.