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A building's waste-disposal system has two parts: the drainage

system and the venting system. The drainage system, also called traps and drains, comprises pipes leading from various plumbing fixtures to the building drain (indoors) and then the building sewer (outdoors). The building sewer is then connected to a municipal sanitary sewage disposal system. Where connection to a municipal sewage system is not possible, a local, private, code-approved septic system is required. Cesspools and outhouses do not meet health codes.

Drain & Sewer Cleaning companies usually come out and clean sewers lines ad drain line when they are too clogged for you to handle or it the sewer line has a tree root growing in it blocking passage of water and sewerage.  The often use a plumbers snake.

A plumber's snake, sometimes known as a "toilet jack," is a flexible auger used to remove clogs in plumbing that cannot be loosened with a plunger.

Most devices consist of a coiled metal wire with space between the coils at the end. The other end is attached to a device with a crank that rotates the wire as it moves down into the pipe. Drains are cleared by one of several mechanisms:

The auger end of the wire digs itself into the clog much like a corkscrew, allowing retrieval of the object causing the clog when the snake is pulled out. (Commonly hair, combs, small toys, cloth.)







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Action Plumbing & Heating
Petaluma, CA 707 792-2323

Action Plumbing & Heating
55 Mountain View Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 584-0714

Ameso's Plumbing Inc 
1525 Francisco Blvd E # 8, San Rafael, CA 415 457-6363

Boyle Plumbing & Drain Clean
399 Business Park Ct, Windsor, CA 707 837-8642

Bryant Plumbing
13325 Frati Ln, Sebastopol, CA 707 823-6543

Collodi Sewer & Drain
349 Burton Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 707 664-1900

Dolcini Plumbing Inc
4671 Chileno Valley Rd, Petaluma, CA 707 763-6374

Don Beavers Plumbing
2024 Dennis Ln, Santa Rosa, CA 707 523-0490

Done Rite Plumbing & Rooter
400 W 3rd St # D174, Santa Rosa, CA 707 576-7123

Dr Septic
7718 Burton Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 707 794-9984

Drainage Works
11388 Peaks Pike Rd, Sebastopol, CA 707 823-8484

Jack's Rooter Svc
Monte Rio, CA 707 865-2348

Kutz Plumbing
2201 Bluebell Dr # D, Santa Rosa, CA 707 542-2257

Morrow & Sons Super Pumper
250 Millbrae Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 585-9509

North Bay Plumbing & Rooter
112 Hull St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 542-7040

Onogaro & Sons Hvac & Plumbing
2995 Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 579-3511

Plumbing Contractors
9040 Eastside Rd, Healdsburg, CA 707 838-6627

Ron Prushko Plumbing
14136 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 707 996-1850

Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain
Petaluma, CA 707 778-7737

Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain
1315 N Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 578-5885

Roy's Sewer Svc
577 Portal St, Cotati, CA 707 795-5656

Thats Plumbing
10290 Starr Rd, Windsor, CA 707 836-9990

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The end of the snake breaks up the object, allowing it to pass through the drain. (Commonly tree roots, foam insulation, plastic objects.)

The snake flails around the inside surface of the pipe, scraping off accumulated matter (ranging from mineral deposits to bacon fat) which was reducing the effective interior diameter of the drain pipe.

The auger should be turned clockwise only, unless it has become jammed in the drain. Not only is this essential for retrieval of foreign objects, but for the longevity of the cable.

A septic tank, the key component of a septic system, is a small scale sewage treatment system common in areas with no connection to main sewerage pipes provided by private corporations or local governments. (Other components, typically mandated and/or restricted by local governments, optionally include pumps, alarms, sand filters, and clarified liquid effluent disposal means such as drain fields, ponds, or peat moss beds.)



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