Reliable Repair For Sewer Backups? The Backwater Sewer Valve
And as we have mentioned before, Chicago area suburbs have been enduring record breaking rainfall and flooding.
We see the downstream effects here at Rocket Plumbing HQ. More rainfall equals more debris that can create backups. Add heavier daily use from COVID19 lockdowning… our plumbing systems all over the city have been working overtime.
If you look, many homes have these white, freestanding pipes that are buried in front yards and back yards everywhere. And while these pipes are convenient to access any issues within your building sewer out to the street, they can’t always prevent your home from flooding with sewage.
The Rocket Plumbing recommendation? Installing a Clean Check Backwater Sewer Valve. Here’s why…
Much of your home’s plumbing can be viewed from somewhere in the house. So, when it has problems we can find the problem and fix it. But the building sewer line in your yard is totally concealed. Often by the time we realize it’s really having problems, it’s too late. A clog or excess water can flood your home with sewage and gray water which is every homeowner’s worst nightmare.
This is why you need the CleanCheck backwater valve.
How does a backwater sewer valve work?
The Clean Check Backwater Sewer Valve protects your home or business from disaster due to:
- Sewage backups
- Plugged pipe
- Groundwater flooding
It’s a pretty cool solution because we don’t have to disrupt your house AND your home is protected from things you can’t control.
We can install it between your house and the clean-out. If there is a clog or flooding, a flapper inside the valve quickly closes and stops the reverse flow from entering your home or building. And the really cool thing about this is that it installs outside and below ground.
Just another plumbing science idea from Rocket Plumbing. Contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our field technicians today!