Storm Sewers and Storm Drains

Storm drains and sewers divert water from your property. Storm drain pipes flow water into the storm sewer after heavy rain. Typically, these systems divert the water into the municipal sewer system, but other can channel into natural bodies of water. If you’re noticing any of the below issues,

give Plumbing Works LLC a call for a free estimate.

Common Storm Sewer Issues:

•Broken sump pump discharge line

•Discoloration near your walls or floors

•Water leaking when it rains

•Foundation settlement

•Sump pump recycling water to crock area

•Serious on-going problems with moisture, mold, and mildew

Plumbing Works Repairs:

•Clogs and blockages

•Cracked or broken piping

•Pipe corrosion

•Leaking pipe joints

•Bellied pipes

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1-517-525-5171  //  info@PlumbingWorksMI.com

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(517) 525-5171
In need of a plumber around the greater Lansing, Mason or Jackson areas?
Plumbing Works  // P.O. Box 323, Mason, MI 48854
Plumbing Works provides plumbing services for the greater Lansing, Mason, and Jackson Michigan areas - commercial and residential! Free quotes!
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