Catch Basin & Storm Drain Cleaning Lakeland
Avoid Costly Flooding with Scheduled Maintenance of your Commercial Catch Basin & Storm Drain Systems
For Commercial catch basin and storm drain cleaning in Lakeland, choose Shenandoah. The experts at Shenandoah understand that catch basin and storm drain cleaning are an essential measure in avoiding major issues with your commercial stormwater system. Storm drains take water runoff and direct it to retention ponds, lakes, or rivers. That’s why it’s so important to include scheduled inspections and maintenance to keep your commercial stormwater systems operating at peak performance.
We offer repair for commercial, industrial and government entities including commercial property owners, shopping centers, strip malls, home owner’s associations (HOA’s), office complexes, industrial institutions, municipalities and more. All have come to rely on Shenandoah’s maintenance programs to keep catch basins and storm drains clean and avoid unnecessary flooding. Our high velocity water jet technology will dislodge and remove sediments, sludge, rocks, concrete, grease, and other unwanted materials. It can then be vacuumed into holding tanks and properly disposed.
With offices in Pompano Beach, Tampa, Fort Myers, Lakeland and Fort Pierce we can service the entire state of Florida. So, when you need proven expertise for commercial catch basin and storm drain cleaning in Lakeland, call or contact Shenandoah today.
The experts at Shenandoah employ a wide variety of proven technologies to clean and repair catch basins & storm drains.
Regularly Scheduled Cleaning & Maintenance Prevents Environmental Pollution
It’s important to understand that debris, and garbage that finds it’s way to your catch basin and storm drain eventually makes it into lakes and rivers. This can be a major source of pollution and negatively effect the environment. That’s why regularly scheduled cleaning of your commercial catch basin and storm drain system is so important. We focus on the following types of inspections & cleanings:
New Construction – After the completion of a new construction project, we inspect for any debris and sediment that remains following the construction.
Routine Inspection & Maintenance – This is the most important inspection & cleaning. We suggest scheduling on a regular basis, usually annually, to maintain the integrity of your commercial catch basin and storm drain systems. This detects cracks, sediments, foreign debris, root intrusion and more.
Emergency – This is your worst nightmare as it probably means your parking lot, office building, or neighborhood is flooding!
The Shenandoah Solution
The experts at Shenandoah employ a wide variety of proven technologies for catch basins and storm drain cleaning. Our fleet of combination jet vac trucks allow us to vacuum debris, sediments, and other obstructions into a holding tank for disposal later. High pressure jets are also used to clean pipes of deposits and allow for free flow in the stormwater system. When the job calls for sealing leaking or damaged pipes, manholes, injection wells, retention boxes, or other structures we utilize state-of-the-art polymer grouts which are injected into the soil and pipe, creating a water-tight seal. Regardless of the problem, Shenandoah has the solution. Call or contact us today and let us show you how our IRM program for scheduled inspections and maintenance can save you money and aggravation.
Shenandoah handled our almost $1 million dollar project with dedication & professionalism. It was an underground drainage system that had been ignored for thirty two years. Lots of surprises & problems, but they’re large enough to have completed the project without using sub contractors. Among the many things I liked, each problem was addressed by them & no excuses about a sub contractor not doing their part or incorrect materials used. I highly recommend Shenandoah.
Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.