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Drain cover, Drain plugs, Clean-out plugs for sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota

(952) 929-4146 call to order drain covers

The wonderful part about these plugs even though they might be $10 more then a drain plug at the store is that it’s code approved. Which means when going to sell a house your inspector will like the drain cover you have installed.

Drain cover and plugs

Drain cover and plugs

Drain covers are important being in busy for almost 40 years we have seen some pretty ugly no good working drain covers. When toilet are flushed or any water is being used in the house the water will leak right though the drain covers. This cover if installed right (which is very easy) will not leak on you. Having the proper drain cover to make a tight seal is very important when talking about drain cleaning. Drain plugs are easy to buy cheap but they don’t last. If installed and taken off the proper way you’ll have a plug that lasts.

Stop being cheap when buying a drain cover or plug and call us today at Ken’s Sewer Service who can sell you a cover that works.

Ken’s Sewer Service installs covers after cleaning main sewer lines for free. The cost of the cover is there but taking the old cover off and installing the new drain cover is 100% free. Most companies will charge $40 plus to remove and install a new drain plug clean out cover plus they will charge you the cost of the cover.

Stop being taken advantage of by other drain cleaning companies and plumbing companies around town and hire a company that’s been around for almost 40 years and trusted by your family, friends and most important your fellow neighbors.

Ken’s Sewer Service now selling drain clean out covers for residential and commercial properties.

Minneapolis/ St. Paul Ken’s Sewer Service has drain cover for your need.

Wayzata Minnesota water leaking through ceiling

Weather your experiencing a water leak through your ceiling or onto your cement basement floor it’s always a huge problem. Clients ask all the time how to prevent water leaks but really it’s hard to know when the next will spring. One way is by looking at your water and drain lines and seeing there condition and age. If your copper pipes look green it may be time to consider replacing some if not all your pipe. If the water lines are not copper in your home or office building it may mean there quite old. Lead and galvanized pipe means it may be time to consider replacing and updating those lines. Knowing exactly when to replace your water and drain lines is a very good question. Your local plumbing company can help out with that. Pin pointing what needs to get replaced should be left to the experience of the plumber. But taking action before an issue arises is the smart way to go.

Typically, when water is rushing through your ceiling it has to do with the plumbing coming from directly above and is normally from a bathroom. If you have a kitchen or other water sources above please check those areas. There are several drain and water lines that run through the walls of every property. Even in newer homes water leaks do happen and they are very unfortunate to encounter.

Ken’s Sewer Service repairs and replacing water lines each and every day for clients that have undergone water leakage. Our company has seen everything from little puddles to a ceiling that has fallen down and major repairs are needed. We understand when a water leak is happening this is considered an extreme emergency.
When having a major water leak the first step of action before calling a plumber is to turn off your main water source in the house.
If this valve can’t be found call a plumber for help or a friendly neighbor ASAP. Once the main water is shut off then the repair work starts and the negotiating of a plumber. Hiring a plumber isn’t always an easy process. Asking family members and friends is a great way to start. See who they’ve used in the past and make a pro and con list. Make sure you hire a plumbing company that is honest and trustworthy all the way to the ending bill.
Hire a local plumber that will not charge you travel fee. Ken’s Sewer Service – Wayzata plumbers is here for you with no travel cost fee. We explain over the phone and go over all pricing before even coming out. There are no hidden fees.
Your local Wayzata plumbers are here for you 24 hours a day. We know what an emergency is and we know what can wait and what can’t.
Wayzata Plumbing and Drain Cleaning Service is here for you help to solve any plumbing issue weather it’s an emergency or not.
While working on your plumber repair if your in need of any drain cleaning service our company can also help you out. Our company has full time drain cleaning professional technicians on our staff.
Ken’s Sewer Service has been servicing the Wayzata area since 1974.

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Leaking around your Kitchen Sink?

Whenever you come in contact with a leak, right away a trigger should turn on in your head telling you to turn off your water. There are two places normally to turn your water off. Either from under the sink or at the main water supply to the property. After turning off your water call a neighbor or friend and ask who they have used in the past for plumbing problems.

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Next, call the plumbing company and tell them your problem. Once they calm your nerves the hard part has passed. Finding a leak can be very obvious or can be a major headache. Water can develop a leak from many different sources near the kitchen sink. Don’t let water fool you. Water is always on the move, figuratively speaking. Having water in one spot doesn’t mean that the leak is coming from there. A water leak in the kitchen can be coming from the dishwasher, garbage disposal, instant hot dispenser, water filers, kitchen sink faucet, water lines, drain pipes and more. Have the plumber take a look and let him decide what needs to be fixed.

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Waste water treatment plants

Easy to read map of a waste water treatment plant. People are sometimes curious as to where debris goes when it exits their homes. Some people might think once they flush and put something down their drains it’s magically gone, well think again. Lots of hard work goes into separating sewage and water. Water that we use is recycled and we eventually use it again.

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Ken-Way Drain Snakes & Augers For Sale

Besides running a plumbing and drain cleaning company we wanted to make people aware that we also sell professional drain cleaning machines and augers.
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The brand of drain machinery we carry is called Ken-Way. Ken-Way is what our company uses and has trusted since the 1970’s. The Ken-Way has two drain machines for different sized pipes. The Ken-Way Jr. can be used for inside main lines and smaller sized pipes including 1 1/4, 1 1/2, 2 inch and more. The Ken-Way Jr. also come with a dolly. The Ken-Way 400 serves for cleaning out the main sewer line to the city main. We have used this machine since the beginning and we love the machine.
Call Ken’s Sewer Service today to buy or inquire information about buying one of these wonderful drain cleaning machines. Our direct number our 952-929-4146 or 612-501-9984

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