Same-Day Drain & Sewer Plumbing in Columbia & the Midlands

For all your drain, sewer, and rooter needs in Columbia and the Midlands area, speak with the drain and sewer experts at Meetze Plumbing. With nearly four decades of experience and a level of service that’s second-to-none you can rest easy knowing your drain or sewer issue will be resolved quickly when you choose our team.

From drain clog removal to sewer line replacement, we can handle anything. We’re available seven days a week, so call 803-732-3747 or contact us online today for fast service!

Our Sewer & Drain Services in Columbia, SC

Columbia Sewer & Drain Cleaning Services

With the latest in camera equipment to locate your blockage and water jetting technology to remove your blockage quickly and efficiently, we can minimize any disruption to you and your family or business. We utilize advanced hydro jetting to blast clogs from sewer pipes when needed.

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Sewer Line Repairs & Replacements for Your Columbia Home

When you have more than one clogged drain, there’s a chance that the issue lies in your main sewer line. Whether it’s a foreign object blockage, a collapsed pipe, or a tree root infiltration, our team can use sewer cameras to inspect the pipe, find the problem, and help you decide on a solution. If a section of the sewer line needs to be replaced, we can walk you through this process—we can even make new connections to city sewer lines!

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What You Can Expect When You Choose Meetze Plumbing for Your Columbia, SC Home

Fast Drain & Sewer Service with Up-Front Pricing

When you have a blocked drain or sewer emergency, we can be there fast, seven days a week, to expertly diagnose, assess, and repair the problem. With our transparent pricing policy, you’ll know the full price of the job before you give us the go-ahead to start. No matter how long the job takes, you only pay the quoted price—keeping you in control.

Our Professional Columbia Drain Specialists Guarantee Satisfaction

All our plumbers are fully licensed and insured with the experience and expertise to professionally diagnose and repair all your drain and sewer issues. We pride ourselves on providing you with the highest level of customer service and treating you and your time with the respect you deserve. We’re so sure you’ll enjoy our customer service level that we guarantee it!

For quality drain and sewer cleaning, repairs, and new installations in the Columbia area, speak with the drain repair experts at Meetze Plumbing today. Contact us online or call 803-732-3747.

FAQs

Some of the frequently asked questions we receive include:

Does homeowners insurance cover furnace repair?

Sometimes. “Homeowners insurance covers repairs or replacement of furnaces, boilers, and other parts of your HVAC unit if they are damaged by a covered condition in your policy,” says one insurance professional.

What that means is:

  • Your homeowners will probably cover repairs/replacement if your HVAC unit is damaged by “peril” (example: fire or water damage from a burst pipe).
  • Your homeowners will probably not cover repairs/replacement due to a mechanical problem, earthquake, or flood.

How much does it cost to repair a furnace?

A lot depends on where you live. For 2020, a national average for furnace repair is $295. Electric furnaces are usually cheaper to repair. Because they are more complex systems, gas furnaces cost more to repair.

Hourly charges usually start at $75/hour but can range from $50 to $150/hour. Again, it depends on where you live. Enter your ZIP code in HomeAdvisor’s furnace repair calculator for an estimate for your area of Ohio.

Should you repair or replace your furnace?

The age of your furnace or HVAC system is a big factor. Furnaces last from 15 to 20 years, depending on maintenance and homeowner diligence (replacing furnace filters, etc.).

Your local furnace repair professional should be honest about what you need and when you may need it. But a good rule of thumb is, if it’s under 10 years old, repairing your furnace is best. If it’s over 12 years old, consider a replacement.

What can cause a furnace to stop working?

Dirty filters are the most common cause of furnace problems (and the easiest to prevent). When the filter is dirty and clogged, the heat exchanger works harder and may overheat.

Other common issues that can lead to a service call include:

  • Age
  • Blower runs non-stop
  • Cycling too often
  • Ignition/pilot
  • Lack of maintenance
  • No heat
  • Noises
  • Provides heat, but not enough
  • Thermostat

JM Mechanical Heating & Cooling recommends twice-a-year maintenance (spring and fall) to keep your HVAC system operating at maximum efficiency for longer. But when you need same-day service, you can depend on us! Call 513-574-4000 or contact us if you have questions.