In addition to the many products that Eveready manufactures and installs, we also offer a wide variety of related services. As with all of our work, we will give you a written estimate and written warranty (when applicable) of all work performed.
When required and necessary for the work we are performing, Eveready will file permits with your city or town and schedule all necessary inspections. Our workmanship will comply or exceed the required city or village codes. Prior to an excavation, we will also contact "Digger" in Chicago proper or "J.U.L.I.E." (Joint Utility Location Information for Excavation) in the suburbs to insure the location of all other utilities.
Flood Control Service
• Ejector and Sump Pump Replacement
• Power Rodding of Main Sewer Line and Branch Lines
• Catch Basin Cleaning
• Power Jetting of Sewer Lines
• Locating of Sewer and Water Lines
• Televising of Sewer Lines
Flood Control Service
One of the most important services that Eveready offers is the inspection, cleaning, and repair of your existing flood control. Our fully trained service department is knowledgeable, not only in the repair of the Eveready Flood Control Systems, but in the repair of all types of flood controls.
Power Rodding of Main Sewer Line and Branch Lines With Repair and Replacement as Needed
Since the flood control is installed on your existing main sewer line, proper maintenance of this line is important. Our service department has equipment to clean out any obstructions that may occur, (tree roots, grease, etc.) in your main sewer or branch lines. When an Eveready service technician rods a sewer line, you can be assured your flood control unit will never be damaged in the process. Should you ever need to repair or replace your sewer lines, we at Eveready can assess the problem and repair as necessary.
Catch Basin Cleaning
Occasionally, the catch basin, which collects grease and/or soap from the kitchen sink and laundry washtubs, can become clogged or filled with debris. This may be indicated by sluggish draining of the sink or washtub, or an unpleasant odor. Periodic cleaning should be done as needed.
Power Jetting of Sewer Lines
When a sewer line is not blocked by solid matter, but by a semi-solid or liquid, such as grease, sometimes power rodding can be ineffective for clearing the blockage In these instances power jetting of the sewer line may be necessary. When jetting a line, high-pressure water is used to remove the obstruction from the walls of the pipe. Not only is this a thorough way of clearing a "slush block" but is safe for all sewer lines, regardless of the materials used to construct them.
Locating Sewer and Water Lines
Eveready can, with the use of a transmitter and locator find and follow the directional flow of the sewer line. This equipment is important for finding the sewer line for both a flood control installation or for determining where repairs on the sewer line may be required. With the use of this equipment we are able to see if there are any potential obstacles, such as cement or shrubbery, in the way of necessary excavations. We are also able to locate the position and path of the water line, which often runs near the sewer line.
Televising of Sewer Lines
While a transmitter and locator can tell us exactly where a sewer runs, the use of a camera can show us the actual condition of the sewer line. With proper use of this equipment there are no mistakes in verifying a broken or shifted sewer line. This can also be recorded for insurance reimbursement purposes.