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Mangano Sewer & Drain Inc. Long Island, NY Suffolk County & Nassau County Mangano Sewer & Drain Inc.
50 Brook Avenue Ste H.
Deer Park, NY 11729
(631) 586-1200  
(631) 277-2800
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Mangano Sewer & Drain - Service in Suffolk County

At Mangano Sewer & Drain, you'll receive the most comprehensive sewer cleaning services available on the market today. Our professional technicians do more than just clean your sewers and drains; they'll ensure that you receive a quality customer service experience that will keep you coming back for all your future needs. Mangano Sewer & Drain routinely delivers beyond customer expectations, solidifying its reputation as the best sewer and drain cleaning service Suffolk County has to offer. We're proud to call ourselves the most dependable technicians around.
Our Comprehensive Services Include:
■ Sewer Jetting
■ Cesspool Cleaning Services
■ Drain Cleaning Service
■ Sewer Cleaning
■ Cesspool Pumping
■ Storm Drain Cleaning service

These are just a few of the services we make available to our clients. We also provide complete inspections, 24 hour emergency services, and quality workmanship.

Fair and Honest Rates

We understand the need to get the job done efficiently and as cost effectively as possible. We always provide honest rates, but that certainly doesn't mean that we hold back on quality. We only use the best, most high end materials for all jobs - ensuring expert workmanship you can trust. Our certified licensed professionals are experts in their field and have many years of experience providing outstanding service. Our ability to provide thorough, professional cleaning services is based on our in depth and expert knowledge of everything there is to know about drains, pipes and sewers.

Cesspool & Septic Systems Explained
What is a Septic System?

A cesspool / is a home's waste disposal method, when the home is not connected to a municipal sewage system. The waste from sinks, dishwashers, clothes washers and toilets is sent to the cesspool or septic system. Depending on the age of your home, septic systems on Long Island usually consist of a primary receiver (septic tank) and a drainage area (cesspool or drainage field). The system consists of a septic tank for large sediment and channels lined with stone known as leach pools for distributing liquid waste. According to an environmental group, the Woodstock Conservation Commission, homeowners should have their septic system or cesspool cleaned every two years.

How Do Cesspools and Septic Systems Work?

Wastewater leaves your home though a pipeline called the mainline, then enters the septic tank or primary receive. The septic tank holds the waste for primary treatment where solids and liquids are separated by gravity. The heavy digested solids form a layer called "sludge" that accumulates at the bottom of the tank. The lighter materials, form a "scum" layer that floats to the top of the tank. Natural bacteria generated by the solid waste partially decomposes the waste in the cesspool and septic tank and reduces the amount of solid material by as much as 60 percent. The septic tank, only one part of your, is designed to remove solids from your wastewater as shown, prior to the wastewater entering the cesspool (drainage area). Solids and sludge should be pumped from the tank every 2 years by a licensed septic contractor. This service frequency will prevent solid material overloading the septic tank and more importantly from entering and clogging the cesspool. Homeowners who routinely maintain the cesspool / septic tank will avoid costly repairs to the cesspool drainage area commonly referred to as the overflow.

Why do Septic Systems Fail?
It is important to understand how your system works in order to properly diagnose problems. Generally, systems fail due to lack of maintenance. When a septic tank or cesspool is not pumped regularly, it will become overloaded with solid waste. This solid waste can prevent proper flow through the tank and allow solid waste to enter the cesspool. Solid waste entering the cesspool or septic tank will clog the surrounding soil, preventing proper drainage. This will cause the system to overfill leading to the possibility of waste backing up into the household.

Our Cesspool, Septic & Sewer Services

Offering customers in Suffolk County and Nassau County Long Island services, including:
  • Cesspool Services
  • Sewer Services
  • Commercial Plumbing
  • Storm Drain Cleaning
  • Hydro Jetting
  • Kitchen Sinks
  • Bathroom Sinks
  • Shower & Main Line Cleaning
  • Main Line Repair & replacement
  • Video Inspection
  • Dry Well Installation
  • Commercial Maintenance
  • Municipal Maintenance
  • Cesspool Installations
  • Aeration
  • Chemical Treatment
  • Electronic Cesspool Locating
  • Sewer Jetting
  • Grease Traps
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