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Catch Basin Cleaning

Catch Basin Cleaning | Storm Drain Catch Basin

Cloud 9 Services Inc. in Orlando, Florida, we are the ultimate professional underground utility contractor. We are available to handle everything from a Catch Basin Cleaning to a lift station maintenance and repair, drain cleaning,  catch basin drainage, etc.

Storm Drain Catch Basin Cleaning

Catch Basin Cleaning

A storm drain also known as a catch basin drains excess water runoff from your businesses location. A catch basin drainage system should be found usually within a curb by the street. The main goal is to keep pollutants such as trash/debris out of the local water supply. If a storm drain becomes backed up it can cause environmental and safety hazards. This is why to ensure proper functionality of a storm drain it must be cleaned and maintained on a regular schedule.

Natural elements such as pine needles, leaves, grass clippings, and dirt can also clog a storm drain. Over time the buildup will become too great, and may even damage the pipeline. The next rain fall will make the storm drain flood causing the street to be a hazardous place for pedestrians. While facing this emergency situation you need a plumbing company you can count on.

Catch Basin Maintenance 

It is crucial that every facility from the smallest operation to the largest understands the importance of catch basin cleaning and storm drain maintenance. You will notice all types of different debris that are collected in the catch basin. A backup can be caused by twigs, leaves, grass, solid/foreign materials, and sand which accumulates over time. The catch basin is doing what it was designed for by isolating the materials in one spot. These items are removed with a storm drain cleaning and disposed of properly according to waste regulations.

Understanding why a storm drainage backup is happening will help address the situation. A storm drain back up is an accumulation caused by stoppage in the water flow. Something in the system is preventing the water from continuing down the path, so it is re-routed back in the reverse direction instead of its normal course. This can be caused by a clog in the drain or a broken pipe. If not treated right away it can turn into an emergency situation.

It is also important never to dispose of hazardous materials down a storm drain which can hurt the environment. An extra benefit of properly maintaining the storm drain system is to help protect from water run off.

How often should a catch basin be cleaned

A catch basin plays a vital role in an underground system. Its purpose is to collect various forms of debris that can enter the drainage system. Debris such as leaves, garbage and other materials tend to accumulate around the entrance to sewers and other water passageways. 


Forgetting or neglecting your drainage system can be a common mistake for many property owners. Since they are usually out of sight, it is easy to forget about them. However, over time the accumulation of debris can be overwhelming. If it becomes too high, it can create a blockage and later lead to flooding. Other than that, the buildup can travel back into local waterways such as rivers and streams. 


This is where things tend to get problematic. Property owners usually wait until they notice a serious problem coming from the underground sewage system. However, our team of catch basin experts warn against waiting for last minute service. 

It is most efficient to have routine maintenance service scheduled in order to inspect the system. If this is done in time, chances are we can recognize the problem and recommend the best action plan moving forward. 


When you have regular examinations, catch basin cleaning technicians can prevent the buildup 


To learn more about how often should a catch basin be cleaned, reach out to Cloud 9 Services.

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Rick Fender


(407) 481-2750


1201 W. Jackson St

Orlando, FL 32805