Our Residential Plumbing Department can meet any of your plumbing needs, from a leaking faucet to a busted water line. Chase’s customers can count on us for their remodeling projects from installing a sink, tub or toilet to replacing your out-of-date water heater with a high efficiency tankless one. We also have a state-of-the-art, digital camera tracking system that can locate the source of a leak or clogged sewer line. A good portion of our business is also focused on running and repairing gas lines.
The Commercial Plumbing Department has experience in chillers; air, water and flue piping; starch lines; sewer ejector pumps. We are also experienced in locating and repairing gas line leaks.
Sewer jetters, also known as “hydro-jetters” or “water jetters,” are powerful drain cleaning machines that use high-pressure water jets to clear obstructions in residential and commercial drain pipes as well as larger municipal sewer systems. High pressure water alone cannot do the job. You need proper flow to wash the debris downstream where it can be collected and removed.
*Apartments/Hotels/Restaurants – Remove all grease and debris from main lines.
*Factories – Drain and sewer blockages. We recommend having your drains cleaned periodically to prevent risk of total plant shutdown.
*Housing Authorities – Drains, laundry lines, garbage chutes, clean-outs.
*Institutions – Clean-running drains and sewer lines are a “must” in hospitals, schools, prisons.
*Municipals – Open culverts for proper flood control, wash down manholes, clean lines in wastewater treatment plants.
*Residential – Clean drain lines, septic lines, field tiles and culverts.
Backflow means the undesirable reversal of flow of a liquid, gas or solid into the potable (drinking) water supply — A backflow prevention device keeps this from happening.
In water supply systems, water is normally maintained at a significant pressure to enable water to flow from the tap, shower, etc. When pressure is compromised, contaminated water or toxic chemicals may be drawn up into the drinking water. Sources of back pressure may be pumps in the water distribution system, boilers, heat exchanging equipment, or power washing equipment. The backflow devices help protect the potable (drinkable) water in such critical areas as residential and municipal water systems, food processing plants, medical and dental water supplies, and many industrial applications.
Did you know that if you have an irrigation system at your home, you are required to have it backflow tested on a yearly basis by a licensed contractor?
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