Roto-Rooter has a commercial division that can handle some bigger stuff.Similar question-
Anyone know of anyone who repairs tiled drainage lines or un-clogs them> Specifically 12" lines. My father has an issue with his that drains a county culvert that's on a adjacent property that runs thru his property.
Thanks Beaston-I have them coming out Friday to take a look, but I wanted to see if anyone else was out there. The county has fixed it in the past when an issue came up, but they are dragging their feet this time, and it's not making my 85 year old father a happy camper. He has about 1200' of it that the county installed in 1972.Roto-Rooter has a commercial division that can handle some bigger stuff.
I worked for him when I was a youngster and didn't know he was still in business.This would be for Geauga/ Ashtabula counties. What is the name and number of the Ashtabula farmer that does this type of work. I could probably give him 10 acres to do.