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Why Drain Cleaning is a Two Man Job in Delaware County


Two is Better Than One: An Extra Hand to Help With a Tough Job

If you are a handy do-it-yourselfer, you may think it more cost-effective to try and cable a sewer yourself. Well, from one handyman to another: cabling a sewer line alone is probably not going to go over too well. Drain cleaning is an involved process that can be very tricky, and will go much more smoothly if there is a second person around to assist, and here’s why.

Why You Need a Second Set of Hands

  1. Cabling in close quarters – like a crawl space – requires two men to move the equipment around without damaging the tools or your surroundings. The second person can also help with feeding and retracting the cables while you work the actual machine.
  2. You worked hard to make sure your home is in a condition that you’re happy with and proud of. Surely, you want to protect it and keep it the way that it is. While performing a cabling, if large appliances have to be moved, one person can do the moving, and the other can ensure no property is being ruined.

In most cases, you’ll want a professional to come out and perform this whole process for you. And you can be sure we’ll bring extra techs to ensure your property, and your sewer line, are in good condition when we leave!

Need us to be your extra hand? Call Feehan Plumbing & Heating today!

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