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Drain and Sewer Cleaning in Greenfield, IN

Also serving New Palestine, Knightstown, and New Castle, IN

Give us a call today: 317-695-0740

Homeowners throughout Greenfield and the surrounding communities don’t often realize just how essential their drain and sewer system is to their overall plumbing system as well as their home comfort. Unless you have an issue such as blocked drains or a clogged-up toilet, you probably don’t think about it at all. Of course, when you do have a problem, Jake's Heating, Air & Plumbing is here to help!

  • We’ve Been in Business Since 2006
  • Trust Jake’s for Solution-Focused, Friendly, and Reliable Service
  • Our Guarantees are the Best in the Industry

Whether you need sewer drain cleaning with a hydro jet or want to replace your sewer line with newer plumbing pipes, Jake’s crew can help!

Contact us today for your drain and sewer cleaning services. Trust Jake’s to Get the Job Done Right!


Drain Cleaning

You may think that all you need for proper drain cleaning is a bottle of liquid drain cleaner you can get at the store. Unfortunately, these "solutions" actually do more harm than good. They’re highly corrosive and can eat away at your pipes. If you want thorough drain cleaning done, you need to contact our Greenfield professionals.

Clogged Drain Prevention and Treatment

Jake's Heating, Air & Plumbing is always here to help when you have a clogged drain. But we also love to share tips with our customers to help them avoid clogged drains to begin with!

  • Have annual plumbing maintenance done. Ask about our VIP Club Maintenance Program!
  • Use drain screens and covers on your bathroom sinks and shower drains.
  • Keep FOG (fats, oils, and grease) out of the kitchen sink.
  • Don’t flush anything except toilet paper down your toilet. Even products marketed as "flushable" are actually problematic.

Sewer Cleaning

Do you know how to tell if you’re in need of professional sewer cleaning? Smelly drains are one of the common signs. We’re not just talking about one or two smelly drains, but when you walk through your home you discover they’re all smelly.

The other big sign that something is amiss with your sewer line is that you noticed wet spots in the yard, which might also be smelly. If there’s been no rain or sprinkler head to account for, it may be a sewer line leak deep within the system, which can be caused by tree root infiltration.

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Proudly Serving Hancock & Henry Counties