Sewer & Drainage
Fixing Water, Drainage, and Sewer Systems
for Over 45 Years!
Sewer Systems and Drainage
Your septic tank is an underground wastewater treatment system. The tank disposes of this wastewater and can often become backed up due to sludge buildup. If excess sludge builds up, it can cause an overflow or a leak. That is why it is crucial that you are ensuring your septic system is draining properly.
While we don’t pump tanks, we can resolve any issues with plugged drains, water standing in leach fields, or in your backyard. If you notice any flooding, foul odors, or discoloration in the grass surrounding your tank outside, then it’s time to call the experts the experts at Musso Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Your sewer lines can be costly to fix and hazardous to your health when damaged. There are a couple of ways sewer lines are often damaged. The following reasons are why sewer lines can become backed up and broken:
• Aging sewer systems
• Combined pipelines
• Water in your basement
• Sanitary main
• Disposing of grease through your sewer line
• Disposing of paper products down the drain (diapers, wipes, feminine products, etc.)
• Tree and shrub roots
When diagnosing the type of sewer line repair necessary, we will first have to determine what type of sewer line is in your home or business. Some commonly used sewer line pipes are cast iron pipes, clay pipes, and plastic (PVS & ABS) pipes.
Making sure your sump pump is working efficiently is crucial in keeping your basement or crawlspace dry. With the amount of snow that Western, NY, gets every year, your sump pump is almost certainly working hard during those winter months.
Musso Plumbing & Heating, Inc is here to install a new sump pump or repair your current. Our team of experts has many years of training and will ensure you are protected from flooding with your new or improved sump pump.
Storm Lines & Drain Tile
It is critical that you direct water away from your house and property. Storm lines and drain tiles allow you to do just that. Drain tile has perforated holes in it to allow water a point of entry and is immersed in a bed of stone to facilitate drainage to the piping.
Storm lines are in place to direct water away from your home in the event of heavy rain and melting snow. Many people don’t realize that your storm lines need cleaning from time to time. Additionally, your bubbler system is a drain system that collects stormwater from the downspouts and groundwater from the sump pump and transports it away from your home to the main sewer. If you notice water buildup on your lawn or need your storm lines cleaned, it’s time to call Musso Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Located in Williamsville, NY, and servicing Erie County, and the surrounding areas,, we will get the job done right.