Sewer and Drain Cleaning Services

 You can count on Rumpca Services for quality and professional Sewer and Drain cleaning services and repair. Done by our professional and knowledgeable employees.
 

The Rumpca family has been providing drain cleaning services to the local communities in South Washington County and other Twin Cities Metro Areas for three generations. We know these local sewer and drain systems very well and have lots of experience and knowledge about how to take care of any issues you may encounter.
 

Contact Rumpca Services  today for professional help with all your sewer and drain cleaning needs!
 

Residential - Commercial - Industrial
 

  • Main Sewers
  • Floor Drains
  • Kitchen Sinks
  • Laundry Sinks
  • Bathroom Sinks
  • Toilets
  • Bathtubs
  • Showers
  • Frozen Water Lines
  • Frozen Septic Lines
  • Frozen Storm Drains
  • Camera - Sewer Pipe Locater Service
  • Jetter Service
  • Commercial and Industrial drains
  • shop and Garage Drains
     
SEPTIC DO's
  • DO educate your family to proper use of the system
  • DO check for faucet leaks - it is estimated that one leaky faucet can waste  as much as 700 gallons of water a year
  • DO setup and adhere to a sound system of inspection and cleaning
  • DO install a riser/manhole just below ground level if tank is more than a foot below the ground level
  • DO Inspect outlet baffles as they are important in stopping the solids from entering the leach fields
  • DO keep accurate records about locating and cleaning of the system in the permanent house file, so this information can be passed on to the next owner
     

SEPTIC DON'Ts

  • DON'T do all your laundry in one day - space it out
  • DON'T put a lot of water into the system all at one time - use water sparingly and teach children to do the same
  • DON'T allow excess amounts of fat or grease to enter the system - it can congeal and cause obstructions
  • DON'T flush down paper towels, tissue paper or other heavy matter
  • DON'T use chemical compounds or septic tank "cleaners". They do not improve the bacterial process and some may actually retard it
  • DON'T use large amounts of laundry soap, detergent, bleach, drain cleaner - recommended quantities should not adversely affect the system - liquid soap is the best
  • DON'T discharge from any water treatment should not go into the septic system