Since 1935, Roto-Rooter has used company founder Samuel Blanc’s patented electric drain cleaning machine to clean more drains than any company in North America. Our residential and commercial drain cleaning services include floor drains, kitchen drains, sink drains, shower and tub drains, storm drains, downspout drains, sewer drains, roof drains and more.

As an industry leader, St. Cloud Roto-Rooter Plumbers can help with any kind of clogged drain and address any sewer cleaning services you may need. Whether for an emergency call or a scheduled call, contact us anytime 24/7/365!


The kitchen drain is a high traffic area for greases, soaps, detergents and fat that build up inside the pipes over time. Do-it-yourself remedies, such as drain cleaners and snakes, can damage surfaces. If you’re having trouble with a clogged kitchen drain, call your Roto-Rooter plumbing pro.


Hair, soap scum, shampoo caps, toys — bathtub and shower drains can get quite mucky and clogged with debris.


If your bathroom sink drain is draining slower by the day, it could probably use a good cleansing. Check out Roto-Rooter DIY videos or call one of our plumbing pros.


Your basement and utility room floor drains are essential when you really need them, from an overflowing washing machine to a burst water heater. Make sure your floor drains are inspected annually.


Your gutters provide an essential function of moving water away from your roof and foundation. If your downspouts flow into drains that feed to municipal storm drains, they can become clogged with tree roots and other debris.


For more than 75 years, Roto-Rooter has provided quality commercial drain cleaning. Your local St. Cloud Roto-Rooter Plumbers can solve all types of industrial, commercial and municipal sewer and drain issues.


Whether your business has a flat roof or sloped, St. Cloud Roto-Rooter plumbers are equipped to clean and unclog roof drains to get them like new.


Most residential homes have roof gutters that flow into downspout drains that direct water away from the house. When those downspouts are connected to underground drains that flow to municipal storm drains or street gutters, they sometimes become clogged with tree roots and debris. These types of clogs cause gutters to overflow and the weight of the water can cause gutters to pull away from a house while inflicting water damage and rot to the structure. Please note that Roto-Rooter does not clean roof gutters or rectangular aluminum gutter downspouts.

Roto-Rooter can mechanically clean underground residential roof drainpipes as long as the pipe is made from heavy schedule pipe that can withstand the power and motion of the Roto-Rooter machine. Your Roto-Rooter service technician can make that determination with a visual inspection before attempting to clean and unclog the pipe. Older homes were often built with terracotta or cast-iron underground roof drains. These rugged pipes can easily withstand a Roto-Rooter mechanical cleaning. Old Orangeburg/bituminized/tar paper fiber pipe may not withstand a professional cleaning and Roto-Rooter may decline to clean it unless a customer signs a hold harmless release.