Storm & Sewer Lines

What is a Storm Line?
Storm lines are specialized drainage systems made for groundwater management and work by carrying excess storm water from streets, sidewalks, roofs, driveways and other surfaces into storm sewers.

 

What is a Sewer Line?
The sewer line is the pipe that carries all raw sewage from a home or business to the main underground utility connection shared by all properties in the area.

 

Storm & Sewer Line Clogs
Varying from small residential drains to large and complex commercial drain systems, storm drains can easily get clogged by trash, debris, sediment, and other pollutants. Without regular maintenance, clogged drains can cause flooding, pollution, erosion, and water damage. A clog in a toilet or sink can already be a costly and inconvenient problem for your property, but you’ve got a serious issue when it happens to a sewer line. Often caused by feminine hygiene products, paper towels, toilet paper, improperly installed underground pipes, and even underground tree roots, blockages in the sewer affect your entire plumbing system. In the worst cases, clogged sewer lines result in foul smelling, toxic sewage backing out of your drains and significant damage to your property. Luckily, these issues can be prevented with routine maintenance and care.

 

Storm & Sewer Line Repairs
Most property owners have an out of sight, out of mind approach to storm and sewer plumbing. However, failure to maintain these areas can lead to flooding, water damage, and other severe issues that can compromise the entire plumbing system and condition of your property. Caused by anything from tree roots to harmful chemicals to aging, storm and sewer line damage can be a costly and inconvenient problem without the right plumbers to get your system back in working order.
Boston Drain Company, the drain and sewer experts, can do more than just clear your drains, we offer complete repair of storm and underground sewer lines for homes and businesses in Massachusetts, including Dorchester, Quincy, Milton, and the greater Boston area.

 

Storm and sewer lines are difficult to access so it can be difficult to monitor their condition on your own. Call Boston Drain Company for fast, efficient plumbing service from experienced sewer and drain professionals. We operate around-the-clock, 24/7 and 365 days a year to meet your busy schedule and offer a solution whenever a plumbing emergency may strike.