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Staten Island Sewer & Drain Services

Here at Staten Island Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning, Sewer and Drain Specialists, we are fully licensed, bonded and insured for all Sewer and Drain problems in your home or business.

Below is just a partial list of our sewer & drain cleaning services we offer:

Commercial or Residential
Main Sewer Stoppages
Any & All Clogged Drain Lines
Video Camera Inspection
High Velocity Water Jetter
Grease Trap Cleaning
Clogged Sink
Clogged Toilet
Clogged Bathtub
Clogged Shower
Clogged Washing Machine Drain Line
Clogged Floor Drain
Clogged Outdoor Drain Line
Clogged House Trap
Collapsed Sewer Lines Replaced
Broken Sewers

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How often should I inspect my septic tank system?

    Septic systems should be inspected and pumped a minimum of once every three to four years. You may not be experiencing any problem now, but a full septic tank may allow unwanted solids to flow into the drain field, which is the part of the system that consists of a distribution box, with a series of connected pipes. Each pipe allows water to flow into a bed of stones, which drain into the ground. If paper and other solids flow into the drain field it becomes blocked and ineffective. A blocked drain field is costly to repair or replace. Make sure to get your tank inspected whenever you feel necessary to prevent this costly maintenance.

    Why is the airgap for your sink, drain, or garbage disposal important?

    Plumbing codes call for a gap between potable water and a drain. This usually looks like the distance between the faucet and the top of the sink or bathtub (one inch or more). Without the “gap”, waste water could siphon back into the drinking supply. This “does” happen in situations where a city main is shut off causing a drain-down of the system with plumbing that has been done improperly. Sometimes it is a hose left in a mud puddle, or maybe a hose lying in bleach water. People have died this way. The plumbing code helps protect the general public from these dangers. Current improvements include antisiphon faucets for garden hoses, the air gap for the dishwasher, proper installation of water heater T&P relief drains, and backflow preventers for irrigation systems.

    This problem is usually caused by the water lines not being properly isolated. It can be easily fixed but only if your water lines are easily accessible. It means that either in one or many places your water lines come into contact with the wood of your floor joists. All you need to do is get plastic pipe hangers that go between your water lines and your joists. For Help installing them please give us a call. Our plumbers are always in your area and we will do our best to get it fixed as soon as possible.