OneVac - Overview
With over 35 years experience in the storm and sanitary sewer business - OneVac is setting the standard for others to follow.
With cutting edge technology and over three decades of experience, OneVac offers unparalleled service.
Whether you need residential, municipal, commercial or industrial services, OneVac does it all!
Our Commercial, Industrial and Municipal services include, but are not limited to:
High pressure water jetting of sanitary and storm lines, video pipe inspections
and locating with PACP notation, catch basin (cleaning, maintenance, repair and installation),
grease and debris removal, wet well (cleaning, maintenance, repair and installation), grease trap (cleaning, maintenance, repair and installation) and excavation services.
Our Residential services include, but are not limited to:
Sanitary and storm drainage repair / installation , T.V. Inspections on: sink drains,
laundry drains, floor drains, curtain drains, shower drains and roof drains. Sump
pump repair and installation, wax rings (leaking toilets), clogged sinks and drains and light plumbing repairs. If your basement gets water, even with a sump pump,
call us so we can evaluate the situation and recommend a solution.
We do pre/post sale home inspections of sanitary and storm systems via CCTV (recommended).
We are a member of the Better Business Bureau and proudly serve the following communities
- Greenwich, CT
- Stamford, CT
- Darien, CT
- New Canaan, CT
- Norwalk, CT
- Ridgefield, CT
- Redding, CT
- Weston, CT
- Wilton, CT
- Westport, CT
- Fairlfield, CT
What Separates Us From The Competition?
- Quality and Craftmanship: Every job we do is completed to the highest standards. No corners are cut and everything is done to code and EPA guidelines.
Each job is as important to us as the next, albeit small or large. All services are delivered with the same level of commitment and excellence.
- Affordable: Although cost should not be a deciding factor in getting the right company for the job - in reality, it usually is.
We are less expensive then most of our competitors becuase we leverage our experience for each job, without sacrificing quality and service.
Our philosphy is not to charge customers based on our experience and/or equipment, but to allow them to save money because of it.
- Knowledge, Experience & Certifications:
We are not only experts in the Sewer and Drain field, we are certified experts.
Any job we perform is done right and completed at or above recommended specifications.
We understand that not everyone is an expert or is knowledgeable in our field.
We take the time to explain each problem/circumstance so that our customer is comfortable with entire process. By doing this, our customer know exactly what is wrong, what is involved, and how we are going to correct the issue.
- Guarantee : We stand by our work and our word - guaranteed!
Why use OneVac ?
OneVac provides it's customers with a cost effective solutions. We provide a detailed estimate of the job before any work is done. Our prices are
competitive, our work is done right and in a timely fashion. OneVac is bonded and insured and reputation speaks volumes.
Hundreds of problems... Endless solutions... OneVac!
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