STATEMENT UPDATE ON COVID-19
As we continue to navigate these uncertain times during the COVID-19 outbreak, we want you, our valued customers, to know that we are here for you. Governor Pritzker has put forth a legal protection order for Illinois residents. Reid & Pederson provides sanitary sewer services necessary for the safe operation of a residence, and therefore, … [Read More]
SPECIAL STATEMENT FROM REID & PEDERSON REGARDING CORONAVIRUS
Our focus remains to provide exceptional service to our customers. Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the U.S. State Department, World Health Organization, and our local health department officials, we are taking appropriate precautions to protect the health and safety of our employees and customers while continuing to maintain our business … [Read More]
Sump Pump, Battery Backup, or a Home Generator?
How to Find the Right Combination To Prevent Basement Flooding If your home has a basement, there’s a pretty good chance it has an electric sump pump or two in it. A sump pump operates by mechanically pumping rain and groundwater away from your home so it doesn’t enter your basement and cause flooding. Since sump pumps … [Read More]
Sewer Repairs & Second Opinions
Facing an unexpected home repair? Getting a second opinion may be a good idea. Why You Should Get A Second Opinion You work hard for your money. You use it to provide for yourself and your family, for home improvements, vacations, savings – the list is endless. Being told you need a costly home repair … [Read More]
Why Your Home Should Have An Outside Sewer Cleanout
What is an outside sewer cleanout? In simple terms, an outside sewer cleanout is an external entry point to your main sewer line that can be opened and closed to allow for cleaning, blockage removal and televising. Outside cleanouts are usually found in your yard and are identified by a round cap or vitreous clay pipe, and … [Read More]
How to Clear a Clogged Drain, the Right Way!
There will likely come a time when you experience slow drains in your home. While your best bet is to call a professional to remedy your problem, you may first try to remedy the problem yourself. Many times, this means grabbing a bottle of Drano, pouring it into the drain and hoping it cheaply and … [Read More]