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Catch Basin Cleaning, Installation, & Repair Service in Chicagoland

Catch basins are often found in older homes in areas that experience heavy rainfall. They play an important role in flood prevention, as they’re designed to filter and drain excess water.

While these solutions are known to be somewhat archaic, it’s not uncommon to have them installed in homes with poor drainage. Once they’re in a home, regular catch basin cleaning is important to keep them in tip-top shape.

If you need a catch basin installed, repaired, or cleaned, look no further than J. Blanton. We offer services to help you ensure that your home will be ready for the rainy season.

Catch basins need to be regularly cleaned, as dirt, debris, and waste can clog them. Clogs, when left unattended, can cause long-term damage, which will require catch basin repair. A clogged catch basin will also put your home at risk for flooding. 

Some signs that indicate that something may be wrong with your catch basin include:

  • The concrete around the lid or cover seems to be sinking in

  • Water pools around your home or office’s curbs when it rains heavily

  • Your lawn is constantly damp

  • Your basement, garage, or lower floors seem to flood during or soon after heavy rainfall

If you notice any of these signs, use the contact form or call the number on our website to get in touch with our team at J. Blanton right away. We provide the best service to homeowners in the Chicagoland area, whether it’s catch basin installation, repair, or cleaning.

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If you need help installing a brand-new catch basin on your property or are looking for catch basin maintenance, reach out to J. Blanton. We’ve operated in the plumbing space for more than 30 years and have provided customers with high-quality service for decades.

When you choose J. Blanton, you’re choosing excellent customer service and top-notch workmanship that’s sure to satisfy.

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