Sewer and Septic Repairs in East Amherst, Tonawanda, Clarence & Amherst, NY

Specializing in repair and installation, we're familiar with any and all types of systems. Whether you need to connect to municipal sanitary sewer, water, and wastewater lines or you need a septic system installed, you can trust our sewer repair contractors. Given Erie County's size, population, and diversity of urban, suburban, and country, we've seen every conceivable kind of system, from the oldest municipal pipes to the newest sand filter septic systems. We've never met a challenge we couldn't tackle- if it has pipes, pumps, and valves, M.J. Spoth has the personnel for the job. We also specialize in clearing your sewer system with sewer-jetting capabilities.

Offering septic system installation and more!

Licensed and insured, M.J. Spoth knows municipal and New York State laws governing septic and sewer systems inside and out. We've been in the business for far too long to have any difficulty understanding the specifications and materials needed for your septic system installation or repair.

We now offer commercial and residential hot water sewer jetting services at MJ Spoth.

Grease, sludge, sand and debris are the main causes of commercial drain line blockages. Our high-pressure water jetting service can help you clear this sediment by:

  • Penetrating and emulsifying grease.
  • Breaking up sludge and debris.
  • Pulverizing roots.
  • Cutting out hardened scale.
  • Flushing out the system.

Cable machines are used to remove tree roots and break through solid obstructions. However, they are less effective in removing softer blockages such as grease, scale and other buildup. Cable machines will bore holes through sludge but they can't clean and push the debris out of pipes as effectively as a water jet machine.


  • Restaurants
  • Pizzerias
  • Automotive dealerships
  • Garages
  • Homes
  • Sewer lines
  • Gutter lines bubblers
  • Storm sewers
  • Pipe opening due to partial freeze
  • Patio drains
  • Parking lot drains
  • Any more uses

Restaurants and other commercial establishments typically require frequent high-pressure water jetting to remove mineral deposits, grease buildup, sludge and debris that accumulate in the lines. Clogs can cause down time, and down time in any industry means lost customers and revenue.

Some businesses may require just one or two cleanings annually, while others benefit from monthly or quarterly cleanings. That's why many of our customers prefer to set up a scheduled program for water jetting service that keeps their drains flowing freely. We can schedule a planned maintenance program to fill your needs.

Water jet machine service means cleaner pipes, which means fewer service calls, less down time, overall cost savings and one less thing for you to worry about.

You can set up regular appointments for water jetting maintenance or call us in an emergency too. We're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year - even holidays and weekends - to help get your plumbing system up and running smoothly again.

We offer both high and low pressure with hot water.

High-pressure water jetting is an efficient, economical, and environmentally safe way to clean drain and sewer pipes. Using state-of-the-art pumps and flexible hoses, ordinary water is propelled under varying amounts of pressure into the sewer line. A special nozzle mounted on the end of a heavy-duty hose has an array of forward and reverse water jets, which direct extremely powerful concentrated streams of water all the way to the pipe walls. Even the toughest blockages and buildup can't stand up to water jet machine cutting, which thoroughly cleans pipes.

What is pressure jetting?

Sewer jetters, also known as "hydro-jetters" or "water jetters", are powerful drain cleaning machines that use high-pressure water jets to clear obstructions in residential and commercial drain pipes as well as larger municipal sewer systems.

Low-pressure water cleaning (LP WC) uses water pressure less than5,000 psi (34 MPa); High-pressure water cleaning (HP WC) uses water pressure between 5,000 to 10,000 psi (34 to 70 MPa); High-pressure water jetting (HP WJ) uses water pressure between 10,000 to 25,000 psi (70 to 170 MPa);

Give us a call for a free consultation today - 716-741-3667