Give your drains a little attention today. Avoid higher insurance premiums and thousands in water damage tomorrow.
Avoid spending thousands on major repairs by catching them when they’re small — or preventing them in the first place.
The signs are there. You know there’s a problem with your drains. So don’t make the costly mistake of ignoring it until it gets worse.
If water is building up already, there’s a high risk of flooding and damage with heavy rainfall. Prevent that with better drainage.
For your health, legal requirements, and smart property care. Test your backflow devices and keep wastewater where it belongs.
It doesn’t take much for a slow drain to become a blocked drain that costs you thousands. Get it cleaned before that happens.
In other words: we do things the right way, and you’re protected if a project hits a snag.
We avoid cutting or digging when we can, and we take care of cleanup and disposal for you.
With assigned areas, our technicians know the drainage and water conditions where they work.
The estimate you receive is the amount you pay. No surprise costs or hidden extra charges.
Read what real customers say. See the honesty, courtesy, and high standards our technicians bring to every project they work on.
Intense and concentrated rainfall from atmospheric rivers is the new norm — and it’s only going to get worse.
That’s bad news for your drainage system, putting it under higher stress and raising the risk of flooding or backups.
We (almost) always choose the least invasive or damaging option available for a project.
However, in some cases cutting or digging can’t be avoided, and in others, those may be better choices for lowering your total cost or completing a project on your timeline. We’ll always consult with you before cutting or digging.
Here in Metro Vancouver, the average cost to clean a drain is around $250. However, that cost can be as low as $99 for simple projects or as high as nearly $1000 for complex, challenging blockages.
Our technicians will always provide you with a firm quote before starting on a project, so you’ll know exactly what you need to pay — no surprises.
Experts recommend flushed your drains and checking for potential blockages or damage every 6 months to 1 year.
That’s especially important for businesses, as it only takes a single blockage or backup to cause damage, health issues, and service interruptions that can significantly affect a business’ financial health.
Absolutely. Perimeter drains are designed to redirect water around your property and prevent it from building up in any one place; if those drains are fully or partially blocked, water can’t flow away the way it was meant to, leading to pooling water around your property.
Protect your pocketbook by making sure your drains are ready for even the heaviest rains. Contact us to get a free quote and schedule a service call!
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