Welcome to All Clear Drain Service!

We’re a full service sewer and drain cleaning company.


All Clear Drain Service include Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Restaurants and Hotels in the following areas:

Sussex County, Warren County, Morris County, Passaic County, Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Union County, Middlesex County, Somerset County, Mercer County, Monmouth County and Hunterdon County.

We clear all plumbing drain lines in: Kitchens, Bathrooms, Floor Drains, and Grease Traps as we’re dedicated in keeping our customers satisfied. We also provide sewer jetting of sewer lines, restaurant grease lines, and frozen plumbing drain lines. We’ve been servicing Northern and Central New Jersey since 1987 – A Full Sewer and Drain Cleaning


Camera and Video Inspection

Video cameras have become one of the most valuable tools in the plumbing business. Specially made fiber optic cameras allow for a visual inspection of underground sewer lines and other piping to determine the condition of the inside of the pipe. A flexible rod with a high-resolution video camera on its tip is inserted into the pipe for inspection. Video images are transmitted to the camera operator and can be saved onto a CD/DVD for a permanent record. Radio transmitters on the camera record the depth and physical location from the surface so that defects and obstructions can be corrected cost effectively. Video cameras have also been used to locate lost jewelry and other valuables.

Drain Cleaning

  • Main Sewer/Septic Lines
  • Bathroom Sinks, Tubs, & Shower Stalls 
  • Laundry Drains or Washer Lines
  • Outside Leader Gutter Drain Lines

  • Tree Roots Removed
  • Kitchen Sink Lines
  • Toilets
  • Floor Drains
  • Lines to Dry Wells
  • Grease Trap

High Pressure Sewer Jet Service

High pressure jetting breaks up sludge and debris and is environmentally safe. Jetting pulverizes tree and plant roots and clears the toughest blockages. Cuts out hardened scale accumulation. Literally flushes drain build up out of the system. Thaw frozen pipes by penetrating and breaking up ice blockages.

Septic & Leach Field Restoration


Your septic system no longer works properly. Smelly water seeps up on to the lawn above your leach field when you have company, or do the weekly wash. Sewage might even be backing up in your house. The leach field for your septic tank is exhausted, and badly needs to be repaired or rejuvenated.


Terralift™ can provide a solution that is fast, effective and relatively inexpensive. In a few hours, years of life can be added to your septic system. Terralift is a patented system that represents a technological breakthrough in soil restoration. It solves a number of problems with your septic system-including compaction, saturation and improper drainage almost immediately. It does not use chemicals, and will not pollute your property.


The alternative to Terralift is the installation of a new leach field which is expensive and time consuming. Since heavy equipment is used, work cannot be done until the area above the septic system is dry. Then the area has to be dug up, a new system installed, and the soil and landscaping replaced-an operation taking a number of days and costing many thousands of dollars. Terralift, on the other hand, is light enough to be driven on to the leach field and used immediately-even if the system over flowing, and covered with water. It takes just 2-3 days and you will be able to use your plumbing almost as soon as the operation is complete. It will not disturb your lawn. And it can save you thousands of dollars.


Terralift™ uses a long, narrow probe and an integral pneumatic hammer to penetrate soil to depths of three to six feet-depending upon the depth of your leach field. It then forces air into the soil at a controllable rate using a special high-pressure compressor creating a network of fissures and cracks which breaks up the biomat that has formed on the walls of the trenches, and loosens compacted soil in the leach field as shown in the video.

Terralift adds a new dimension to the process by using a second tank and parallel system that simultaneously allows the injection of air into the fissures and cracks that have been opened by the compressed air. This maintains the passages for the percolation of liquids away from the trenches.

Because air tends to follow the path of least resistance, the air will move horizontally and vertically upward through the soil.

The operation is repeated every four feet (depending on soil conditions) around each of the leach field trenches.

Septic Inspections

  • An objective evaluation of the onsite wastewater treatment system’s characteristics based on the conclusions of a qualified inspector.
  • An evaluation of each component examined leading to a conclusion about the component and the overall system’s condition as either “satisfactory”, “satisfactory with concerns”, “unsatisfactory”, or “more investigation is needed”.

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