Trenchless pipe repair and replacement
No other company offers you the option of using any of the 3 new technology methods for repairing or replacing sewer lines. No one in the industry can offer you “50 YEAR” warranty on their repairs like us.
A 100 year old plus company giving you a fifty year warranty means we will still be there when you need us.
Since 1904 we have been performing sewer drain cleaning and snaking services for our customers as well as sewer line repairs and replacements. Open 7 days a week at REGULAR rates we offer 24/7 availability to service our customers.
“Pipe Bursting Rehabilitation” Pipe bursting is the ideal technique to use for the rehabilitation and replacement of utility lines such as gas, water, sewer, telephone, and power. This method efficiently bursts clay, concrete, cast iron, and PVC pipe and is perfect solution for up-sizing a sewer or storm line.
Using the constant tension wench, the old pipeline is shattered using a high-powered tool with special bursting heads that smash through the old pipe while pulling through the new replacement pipe. When inserted, the bursting head breaks the pipe into pieces, enlarges the hole, and pushes the fragments into the surrounding soil. This limits pipe bursting to pipes that can be fractured and to soil conditions that will absorb the old fragments.What is “Trenchless” repairs? We have the technology to repair or replace a sewer line without digging up your yard. We can bore underground and in most cases repair or replace your line without ruining your yard. We offer a “25 Year Warranty” on the new piping. Call for details.
What is “Excavation” of your sewer line? This is the old fashion way of digging up your yard to make the repair. Unfortunately sometimes this is the only way it can be done under certain circumstances. We offer a “10 Year Warranty” on the new piping. Call for details.
This recent sewer main job only took 2 days from start to finish
"I wanted thank the folks at John C. Flood and in particular Dan Mayo. They did an excellent and thorough inspection of my homes sewer system. Dan's expertise and professional knowledge saved me a considerable amount of money by providing a second opinion. He explained to me all the details that I needed to know. I would highly recommend them and will most definitely be calling them in the future."
In 1829, the Tremont Hotel of Boston became the first hotel to have indoor plumbing, and had eight water closets built by Isaiah Rogers. Until 1840, indoor plumbing could be found only in the homes of the rich and the better hotels.