172 Flaggy Meadow
Gorham, ME 04038

Sewer video inspection,drain camera, pipeline video inspection…Whatever you want to call it

Think about the last time you had a sewer back up, and how frustrating it was to not to be able to see what was causing the problem. This is common with homeowners, but thanks to new technology sewer inspections or video inspections can answer those questions quickly and precisely . Northeast Sewer & Drain Service professionals can perform drain pipe inspections and sewer inspections of your sewer pipes or positive drain pipes and find out what's really going on. These special, waterproof cameras allow for real time visual inspection of underground sewer lines and other drainpipes to determine the condition of the pipe that you wouldn’t otherwise be...

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Drain snaking vs. hydro jetting

  As a home owner we all are looking to get the best services at the lowest price. Especially now that many Americans are facing hard times and every penny counts. That's why Northeast Sewer & Drain Service believes that making informed maintenance decisions will not only save you money in the long run but will provide comfort and reassurance too.  Nobody wants the large expense of replacing their main sewer line.  With todays technology Northeast Sewer & Drain Service has many options instead of digging up your entire front yard, and most of the time we don't have to, your clogged main line drain...

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Drains in Maine

With Hurricane Sandy behind us, Maine fared pretty well.  We had a few major drain emergency's but Mainers took precautions and weathered this storm. Now with a Nor'easter bearing down on the east coast we are in for more heavy rain:(  Storm drains are at capacity!  Leaves and debris are covering drain grates....   If you see your storm drains collecting debris, please clean them off, this is first prevention for back ups and flooding. If you you are having drain problems and your basement keeps flooding, I would recommend having your lines televised by a drain camera. This a really inexpensive...

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Drains and Hurricanes

Drain cleaning certainly picks up when hurricanes arrive in Maine. The already saturated ground, sump pumps and drainage systems cannot keep up with the heavy rain that is sure to plague us in the next 3 days.  City drainage lines take on debris such as leaves and sticks and rushing water has no place to go...And your basement becomes flooded. To avoid this, make sure all catch basins near your house are clear of leaves and trash, make sure sump pumps are in good working order and make sure all positive drain exits are clear of any leaves, slime or trash...

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