123 Drain Special

Expires: January 22nd, 2021

Valid towards standard pricing only. Residential Use Only. Limit 1 per household. Cannot be combined with other offers or member discounts. Cannot be used toward purchase of any membership plan or service call fee. Only valid on work done. Mention offer when calling. Drain must be clean-out accessible from the exterior of your home. If drain is not clean-out accessible, you will be provided with various options available and a standard service fee/trip charge will be assessed. Price does not include after hours or emergency service. Call or email BERKEYS for additional details and to schedule service. Does not include air conditioning drain lines.

Drain clean-outs provide an entry point into home drainage systems so clogs can be removed or a camera inserted to inspect the system. Drain clean-outs have not been required for every home, especially older homes, so it’s possible your home may not have an external accessible clean-out. If your home does have an externally accessible clean-out, it is usually located on the large vertical pipes—otherwise known as the main drain, located in the front or backyard, visible with a white plug as seen in picture). They are designed so they can be opened and resealed. Clean-out fittings are “Y” shaped and capped with a large metal or plastic disk molded with a square fitting to accommodate a wrench. A clean-out may be blocked if you have more than one backed-up sink, bathtub or toilet in your house. If you’re having problems with multiple drains, your main drain may be blocked.