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Don’t Flood Your House

With the melting of snow on it’s way over the next couple weeks it’s crucial to have your sewer system professionally cleaned. Tree-roots that are in the sewer line restrict water flow from getting to the city sewer which means flooded basements. Roots are an on going maintenance that you need to stay on top of. Cleaning your sewer line and camera inspecting it will prove the condition of your sewer line. Making sure you know how to properly take care of your sewer line is essential to home ownership.

Unlike most things sewer lines is one that we can’t see and thus can cause serious severe damage to one’s property. Everyday we go into houses that have gotten flooded and we see lots of possessions ruined. Don’t let this happen to you it’s not a pretty sight.

Our goal as a company is to make homeowners aware of how to take care of situations that they may not be familiar with. Being in the plumbing an drain cleaning business since 1974 we understand the steps that should be taken. Cleaning a sewer line “professionally” with a well established company you can trust. Take a minute and read some of our testimonials.

Have fun with the Spring like weather right around the corner. Don’t let the weather get the best of your house/property. Take pride and call Ken’s Sewer Service today to set up your appointment.

Live professionals only a phone call away!

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Snow Days for Plumbing Companies

Plumbing & drain cleaning is a very interesting field with all the different problems we come across each and every day. Clients ask us if were busier more at one time of the year then others. I think the answer is no, except for very cold winters like this one (2014). This has been an unusual winter being how cold it has been for long periods of time. Any building weather commercial, residential or industrial gets frozen pipes without knowing. It’s to hard to plan for when you might get a frozen pipe. All you can do it once you know you have one address the situation and call a local plumber you might know. The earlier you address the problem the easier it will be to repairs and get your drain flowing again. Same goes for if your water lines are frozen contact a plumber asap cause if the pipes bust you’ll have a bigger mess at hand.

Snow days for plumbing companies can be very hard and frustrating. This goes for any service company that has to come to your house to address the situation. From not having clients shoveled out and tracking through snow to having the roads move like a parking lot (which isn’t fast). Please consider when weather hits us with bad with especially snow to have your driveways and sidewalks cleared so our technicians don’t trip and injury themselves. Remember, your calling us to help you with a problem your having. Were not the bad guys, but only your rescuer.

Thanks again to all our clients that stick with us through good and bad weather.

Above & Beyond Plumbing Company

As often as time let’s me I like to write plumbing blogs about anything that comes to mind. Today’s blog is really about hiring a real plumbing and drain cleaning company and not just one’s that are gonna take advantage of you without you even knowing. A real down to earth plumbing company will go “above and beyond” what the average company will do. From the start.

Since late November after Thanksgiving the plumbing and drain cleaning industry has been extremely busy. Several companies are jammed packed with work 24 hours a day. Hiring a company that’s been around for several decades means and stands for something. Like our business were around cause were meant to be around. We treat the customer and situation right from the beginning. From the start when answering the phone and saying “sewer service how can I help you today” until we close with payment we do it right. Most companies just end after they get paid our company goes “above and beyond” but you’ll have to hire us to see what we do.

Ken’s Sewer Service handles plumbing and drain cleaning issues now for over 40 years and were proud of what we do and what we’ve accomplished. Our company has clients dating back to the 1970’s and they keep calling us cause we treat them right.

If your finding yourself in need a plumber call Ken’s Sewer Service today to get your leak stopped or your drains flowing downhill again. Call a family member or friend and chance are they might have even heard of our company cause we’ve been around for 40 years in the Twin Cities area.

Plumbing and Drain Cleaning is only a phone call away

Major Tree-Roots In Sewer Main Line System

When a 6 inch blades comes back with roots that means your line has been majorly neglected. Tree-roots that come back this big in the picture below and with that kind of thickness means your line hasn’t been cleaned in over 5 years and excavation costs will surprise you.

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Major Tree-Roots In Clients Sewer System

Major Tree-Roots In Clients Sewer System

If a sewer/drain cleaning company like ours gets lucky enough to open your sewer line with the amount of roots shown above feel grateful and make sure you clean your line once a year from then on. Most companies won’t spend the amount of time we do on sewer lines and will give up and either try and sell a power jetting or a digging service. If our company can’t open your line after ample amount of time it’s time to dig. Being in business since 1974 and by reading our testimonials is proof enough.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Are there tree roots inside your sewer line?

No one wants to deal with clogged sewer lines. To prevent having an unexpected sewer line back up it’s important to clean your sewer line yearly. Roots continually grow and never stop. To maintain tree roots hire a professional drain cleaning company to clean out your sewer system.

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Call Ken’s Sewer Service today!

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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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