IS YOUR SEWER BLOCKED OR CLOGGED?
Drain & Sewer Cleaning in Buffalo, North Tonawanda, Amherst & Nearby!
No worries! Whether it’s a corroded or collapsed pipe, a roaming tree root, or a huge frost heave –we’ll fix your problem fast and we’ll fix it right the FIRST time. Our dedicated team of expert plumbers are ready to tackle any drainage or sewer issue you may be facing. No job is too BIG or too SMALL.
Think your pipes may have a clog? Don’t stress! We use the highest quality camera drain inspection equipment in the industry to correctly identify the source of your problem, right at the start of the job! After the job is done, we’ll go BACK into your drainage system with our video camera to verify the drain is 100% clear. We install new, non-corroding PVC or SDR Drainage pipe, designed with a smooth interior to prevent future clogs.
We handle the entire job—from excavation to materials and permits!
“Can't say enough nice things about Pat R, Marc, James & Shawn K. They couldn't be more professional,...”
Ord H. of Niagara Falls, NY
“There is no price that I can place on the piece of mind your services has given me. I'm sure you will hear...”
Debbie K. of Eden, NY
“Frank's Mr. Plumber snaked our our basement drain. We were happy with all aspects of the service we received.”
Todd and Diane of Tonawanda, NY
Frank's Mr. Plumber is your Greater Buffalo septic and sewer cleaning expert. Our special sewer camera goes right into the drain line so you can see the problem. There is absolutely no guessing as to what the problem is and where it is located.
With our modern water and sewer line replacement equipment, we can minimize lawn, driveway, sidewalk, and landscape damage to your property.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Yes, the following preventative measures can help you avoid sewer issues:
If you experience a sewer backup, immediately stop water usage and give us a call at 716-876-6000, or contact your local sewer authority if necessary. Avoid DIY remedies, document the incident for insurance purposes, and check your policy for coverage. Be sure to act promptly to prevent further damage.
In general, the portion of the sewer line that is on your property, also known as the “lateral” is the responsibility of the property owner. The main sewer line, however, is typically the responsibility of your local municipality or sewer district.
OUR SERVICE AREA
We serve the following areas