Here at Johnny’s Septic Service, we deal with the stuff that cause the kind of issues that can come from smelly clogged septic systems or sewer pipes – the not so fun stuff! If you have a backed up sewer system or a clogged drain we have some additional tools to bring you the full septic service you need.
Drain Pipe Jetter Service
We use a mainline jetter system, also known as “hydro-jetters” or “water jetters”, that send a powerful high pressure jet of water to clear out clogs and obstructions in your septic system pipes that connect your house to your septic system or the pipes that are built into your septic drainfield. These are powerful drain and pipe cleaning machines that can clear obstructions in residential and even commercial drain pipes. We can service relatively large septic systems because we have 300 feet of hose for our jetter system. Sometimes our jetter system can help our customers avoid higher septic repair or entire septic system replacement costs.
Another indispensable tool in helping our customers with septic system issues is a camera we use to inspect all of the mainline pipes in a septic system or the main drain pipe connecting a home or business to a septic system. With this camera we can inspect the pipes for damage along with any tree roots or clogs to the pipes in a septic system. This tool allows us to quickly diagnose an issue and go right to where the clog or problem is in your septic system – which saves our customers money!
We also have a mini Kubota for any jobs that require heavy digging or earth moving when the situation or septic repair requires it. There are times when septic components need to be repaired or further troubleshooting is needed. We have the tools and expertise you need for your septic job. Call Now!
We have electronic locators that help pinpoint septic components that are hard to find. These locators can be flushed from inside the house or attached to a camera.
Our company also offers affordable and convenient maintenance plans, that ensure your family’s system gets the maintenance it needs to help maintain the lifespan of the system.