Here, we have compiled some of the most common questions and concerns that our clients have. We are proud to offer our clients the best solutions for their residential and commercial drain and septic cleaning needs. Our team of experienced technicians is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to provide reliable and professional services. From hydro-jetting to grease removal, we can handle any job, big or small. We understand that our clients may have questions about the services we offer, which is why we have put together this comprehensive FAQ section. Whether you are a residential or commercial client, we are committed to providing you with the best solutions for your drain and septic cleaning needs.
Carl B. Seeds is a reliable and professional drain and septic cleaning company that has been providing services since 1937.
Carl B. Seeds provides expert drain cleaning services for residential and commercial properties for any drain or pipeline size.
Carl B. Seeds provides a free individual assessment of drain lines to determine the frequency of sewer cleaning.
Hydro-jetting is a high-pressure water cleaning method used for residential and commercial main sewer lines to blast through any blockages that are in the drain pipe.
Jetting, also known as Hydro Jetting or Water Jetting, is the best method of pipe cleaning, which cuts up debris, scours pipe walls, and power flushes sediments out of the line.
Carl B. Seeds provides a hydraulic root cutter that attaches to their one inch Jet hose or a Full Size Truck Mounted Jet Machine to remove roots.
Carl B. Seeds does not recommend any chemicals for drain maintenance but instead provides expert drain cleaning services.
Carl B. Seeds only uses full-size jet trucks to clean trunk sewers, which are more efficient and effective in pulling heavy grit and sediments out of the lines.
An odor coming from the drains does not necessarily mean they are clogged, but an inspection with a camera may be necessary to determine the cause of the odor.
Carl B. Seeds recommends septic pumping at least every three years, depending on the number of occupants and tank size.