Northfield Sewer Services
Your sewer line is vital to ensuring your home functions as it should. Sewer lines are responsible for safely removing large volumes of water and waste from your property, and when they don’t work well, you have a serious problem. At Rowell’s Services, we offer the high-quality sewer line service in Northfield, NH, including sewer cleaning and sewer repair, that you need to keep your home running as it should.
Northfield Sewer Installation
Proper installation ensures a functional drainage and sewer system. Rowell’s Services offers expert Northfield sewer line installation for residents connected to municipal water supplies. Our expert technicians have the knowledge, skills, and equipment to install these vital systems properly, and they will make sure that the job is done right to help prevent future problems.
Northfield Sewer Repair and Maintenance
No homeowner wants to face a problem with a sewer line, but these issues pop up from time to time. Whether it’s a sewer line backing up into your basement or a crack in the line, we are here to help. We use the latest technology to repair problems with minimal disruption to your daily life. We’ll complete your Northfield sewer cleaning or sewer repair fast, so you can stop worrying soon!
We also offer preventative maintenance service to help you avoid sewage nightmares. When you contact us, we will carefully inspect your sewer system with a video camera so we can detect any potential problems.
Northfield Sewer Services Across New Hampshire
When you need sewer line service in New Hampshire, depend on the experts at Rowell’s Services. We are available 24/7, and we have the knowledge and experience to tackle virtually any project – from root cutting to emergency repair. We’ve been serving the area since 1983, and we would be honored to have you choose us when you are in need of a helping hand with your sewer system. To schedule an appointment, please call 603-934-4145.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SEWER SERVICES IN NORTHFIELD
What is Trenchless Pipe Repair?
Trenchless pipe repairs (or trenchless excavation) is a process of sewer pipe repair that is non invasive and can help save your yard! Rowell’s will first determine the scope of damage to your pipes
-If it’s cracked, then we will perform Pipe Relining
-If it’s collapsed, then we will perform Pipe Bursting
The best part is that we only need to dig one small hole in your yard instead of digging up the whole thing! If you’re curious about learning more, visit our Trenchless Sewer Repair page here, or give us a call!
How do I know that my sewer line needs to be repaired?
It can be hard to tell as a homeowner whether a clogged drain is just a mild inconvenience or a sign of something bigger. When your sewer line becomes damaged, it can lead to very expensive repairs down the road. Keep an eye out for these warning signs your sewer system might be in trouble:
-Sudden mold growth in the walls or ceilings
-Lush patches of grass in your yard, or new indentations in your yard
-Sewage smells in your drains, or backing up into your sink/bathtub
If you’re experiencing any of these sewer issues, call Rowell’s! We’ll do a video pipeline inspection to inspect for any cracks, giving you peace of mind and catching problems before they get bigger!
What is Hydro Jetting?
Hydro Jetting is a non chemical drain cleaning process that blasts away roots and debris from your pipes using high pressure jets of water! If you have a problem with roots growing in your pipes, or a stubborn clog that keeps returning, professional hydro jetting could be your solution! Learn more on our Hydo Jetting page here!
What do I do if Drano isn’t working?
If you’ve emptied and entire bottle of Drano down your pipes and your drain is still clogged, try some of these at home solutions:
-Baking Soda and Vinegar: mix 1:1 baking soda and vinegar and pour down your drain. Let sit for at least 30 minutes to an hour
-Grab a Plunger: Plungers work on any sort of clogs, not just toilets! Try plunging your shower/tub drain or your sink
-Snaking: chances are your local hardware store will have a plumbing snake for rent, if you are handy around the house, try snaking the drain.
Read more about these methods on our Drano blog post here, or if these DIY drain cleaning methods aren’t doing the trick, call Rowell’s for a professional drain cleaning done right!