Drain King Services Sewers, Drains & More!
Commercial Lift Stations
Schedule A Service
You should get your lift station serviced every 6 months or 5,000 hours.
Our service included checking:
- Float Switches
Wet wells should be drained and cleaned. This will prevent greased and solids from building up which prevents gasses that can damage pumps. It also prevents solids from getting caught in propellors.
Pump inspections can prevent propellors from stopping up.
Cleaning and inspecting floats also prevents grease buildup.
Call or use the form below to schedule your commercial lift station maintenance.
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Your #1 Drain Specialist
Consistent and timely service, our team of specialists are a crew you can depend on.
All estimates are free. We won’t let you get service without knowing what to expect as the final cost.
Our Drain Services
Toilets & Faucets
Your drain specialists will determine whether the problem is with the sewer or septic system.
Then they will find the location of the trouble and whether inside or outside the buildings. Plan out a solutions and fix the situation.
Our climate lends itself to frozen pipes our team knows how to deal with these and can safetly thaw to allow flow to return.
Our team will find a solution to power through the ice in your pipes.
Modern composite pipes are designed to satisfy all requirements for sewer and septics systems.
Our drain service will work with your complete system to ensure your pipes flow free.
Our grease recycling will turn your waste into reusable resource. We will pick up.
This will ensure a quick process for you with no stinky grease accomulating in an unsightly area.
Sewer and Septic Repair
Sewer systems are a huge expense our regular service to your sewer lines can prevent major repairs.
Our technicians can proform about any type of service on your sewer or septic system.
No matter the size of your lift station, our team is able to handle the maintenance needs.
Technicians are trained about all the needs of a lift station and are experienced in spotting problem areas before they become expensive replacement issues.