Drain and Sewer Archives | WM Henderson

Drain and Sewer


One of the Biggest Dangers to Your Sewer Line: Trees!

The most common danger to a sewer line that can end up clogging or breaking the pipe is from trees.


Drain Cleaning Is Better and Faster with This Amazing Device

There’s one device that modern technology has developed that makes drain cleaning faster and more effective than ever before: video pipe inspection equipment.


Weird Causes of Drain Clogs!

On this post, we want to do a little something different: list a few of strange and more uncommon reasons for drains to clog.


How to Prevent Hair Clogs in Bathroom Drains

We’d like to help you stop the problem from starting in the first place. Here’s what you can do to avoid hair clogs in the drains.


Now is the Time for Trenchless Sewer Repair

Few repair jobs are more arduous to homeowners than sewer repair. Or at least that’s the way it used to be.


Signs That You Need Sewer Repair

Your sewer line is designed to be as quiet and unobtrusive as possible, funneling waste out of your home so you don’t have to deal with it. That can make things difficult when your sewer line malfunctions, as you may not be able to recognize the signs.


How Do Sewers Get Clogged?

It’s not particularly pleasant to think about your home’s sewer line, but should you experience a back-up, or have trouble removing wastewater from your home, there is a likely chance your sewer line in Bryn Mawr, PA, is clogged. Any kind of sewer work requires a trained, licensed and certified expert…


What Is Trenchless Technology?

One of the reasons homeowners cringe when they need sewer or water line work is the mess that has traditionally accompanied these kinds of plumbing jobs. Major plumbing pipes, like your sewer or water line, run underground, and…


Will Drain Cleaning Get Rid of Odors in My Drains?

It’s that unidentifiable smell around your sink. You clean the sink, wash dirty dishes, and yet, it hangs there. You finally bend down to take a good whiff, and realize that the smell permeating your nose is coming from your kitchen drain. What do you do now?


Isn’t the City Responsible for Replacing the Sewer Line?

It’s one of those home repair nightmares you hope you don’t have to deal with: sewer line replacement. Not only is it serious work, it can be fairly costly. But as the homeowner, are you liable for the replacement of a faulty sewer line? Most of the time, yes, you are.