1072 Route 9 Suite 1 Fiskill, NY 12524
All sanitation companies are not alike. Choose quality, reputation and service. Choose Herring.
Clogged??? Herring Sanitation Service provides a variety of snaking and
jetting services to get your pipes flowing properly again.
For immediate temporary relief of a minor clog.
Specifically meant to clean toilet bowl traps.
Used for sink, shower, and washer drains.
Used to unclog the pipe exiting your house to your septic tank. Ideal for pipes 4 inches in diameter.
Most often used for commercial jobs. Ideal for pipes 4-6 inches in diameter.
More powerful than the electric snake. Ideal for pipes 3-8 inches in diameter.
This high-pressure water jetter is ideal for pipes 4-18 inches in diameter.
Herring Sanitation Service’s new sewer jetter can save our customers time and money as well as reduce the amount of excavation necessary to find and fix problems. The sewer jetter combines the precision of the video camera with the power of the water jetter to accurately locate problem areas and immediately break up any clogs.
If the pipes are not cleaned properly, the problem will continue to reoccur relatively frequently. The sewer jetter provides the powerful force necessary to clean the pipes the right way. After the clog is cleared we are able to go back through the pipe with the camera hose to ensure that the pipe was indeed cleaned properly. The video camera also allows us to pin point the clog or area of damage in order to minimize the amount of excavation necessary to find and fix the problem
The video camera is an extremely powerful tool when used for a visual inspection of underground sewer lines and other piping to determine the condition inside the pipe. A flexible rod with a specially designed, high-resolution video camera on its tip is inserted into the pipe for inspection. As the rod is pushed through the pipe, the waterproof camera records its progress and findings. With the video camera we are able to identify obstructions, determine the extent of the damage to the pipe and pin point the location of the problem area. The condition of a line usually cannot be determined without a visual inspection using a video camera and the accuracy of the video camera often reduces the amount of excavation necessary to correct the problem.