Drain Cleaning & Sewer Repair Services Jackson TN and Surrounding Area's

Our family has been cleaning drains for over 50 years. From kitchen sinks to mainline sewer stoppages, we've seen it all.

We're Your Local Rooter Service

We use drain-cleaning cable machines for normal stoppages. We also have hydro-jetters for those instances when a cable just won't do. A hydro-jetter uses high-pressured water to remove debris and build-up along drainpipe walls. They can drastically improve the condition of your drainage system.

With Our Advanced Equipment We Can Fix Your Problem Fast!

The DrainVision system is a remote control camera made for entering sewer lines. This enables us to go deep inside the pipe and visually inspect the entire length from house to roadway. If we locate a problem early enough it can save you from having to dig up the yard and replace your entire system.

We Offer Full Excavation Services

If we do need to excavate to fix a break or blockage, we operate our own digging equipment so you can trust us to complete the whole job quickly and professionally.

Green Technology Saves Money

BIO-CLEAN is an environmentally friendly product that works to eat out the waste that accumulates in your pipes. It is a friendly bacterium, and when mixed with the water in your pipes, it begins to eat and digest vegetation and animal waste, producing water that will run harmlessly out of your waste system. After cleaning your system with BIO-CLEAN, add it periodically to keep the system flowing smoothly. BIO-CLEAN is effective, safe, and non-polluting.

BIO-CLEAN is non-poisonous. It creates no heat, no fumes, no boiling. It does not attack live tissue nor inorganic materials, only organic wastes like grease, hair, food particles, paper, cotton & sewage. This makes BIO-CLEAN safe for people, plumbing and the environment. BIO-CLEAN changes the waste particles into water, carbon dioxide and mineral ash which run harmlessly out of your waste system. These elements are then available for plant life.

Within an hour after pouring the bacteria into the drain, the bacteria begin to eat their way into the waste that has accumulated on the sides and top of the drain pipe.