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Sewer & Drain Cleaning in Owatonna, Minnesota

Call (507) 790-2564 to schedule drain cleaning services near Owatonna, MN area

Our sewer and drain technicians provide drain clearing and cleaning services for homes, businesses, and industries in Owatonna and nearby towns, including Blooming Prairie, Havana, and Clinton Falls.

We unclog and clean your sewer and drains throughout your home or business, including kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and floor drains. We also have the right equipment and know-how for camera inspections, clearing blockages, and repairing your main sewer line.

We offer pipe descaling, camera inspections of drain and sewer lines, and hydrojetting to keep your drainage system clean. We provide grease-trap and sandpit cleaning for commercial businesses in and around Owatonna. We also thaw frozen pipes in winter and can install heat tape to prevent plumbing from freezing.

Services Provided

Business Hours

Monday through Saturday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Our Service Area

We provide sewer and drain cleaning services in and around Owatonna and Steele County, including Waseca, Blooming Prairie, Havana, Clinton Falls, Meriden, Merton, Ellendale, Hope, and Medford, Minnesota. 

If you are looking for sewer and drain cleaning services elsewhere in Southern Minnesota, including Albert LeaAustin, Fairmont, Faribault, Le SueurMankato, Northfield, Owatonna, Rochester, and Saint James, visit Southern MN Sewer & Drain Cleaning

General Rooter of Southern MN - Sewer & Drain Cleaning

Owatonna Minnesota Branch
1065 24th Ave SW #116
Owatonna MN  55060
(507) 790-2564 (CLOG)

It is owned and operated by Jason Viebrock, General Rooter of Southern MN.

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Things to do in Owatonna

When your drain problems are resolved, you will have time to enjoy all that Owatonna and Steele County offers.

1. Tour Kaplan's Woods Park

Whether you like hiking, biking, or trail running, Kaplan's Woods Park has trails for all such activities. It has seven miles of trails for different skill levels: easy, intermediate, dirt, and hilly terrains.

Don't like to hike? You can swim or fish next to the trail in Lake Kholmire. There are also bike trails through the densely wooded area of the park.

2. Visit Owatonna Arts Center

Owatonna was home to the Minnesota State School for Dependent and Neglected Children until 1947, when it was abolished and converted into Owatonna State School to provide education and vocational training to the disabled. In 1970, the city purchased and converted these historic buildings into Owatonna's administration complex and home to Owatonna Arts Center and a seniors' activity center.

3. Visit the Minnesota Orphanage Museum

The  Minnesota State School for Dependent and Neglected Children was home to over 10,000 orphaned children. A portion was preserved when the historic buildings were converted into Owatonna's administrative building. 

After the city's council purchased and converted these historic buildings into an administration complex, a few buildings were preserved as a museum, and a cottage was restored to tell the school's fascinating history. The museum now shows what life was like for kids who lived there up until 1947.

4. Visit the Reptile and Amphibia Discovery Zoo

Owatonna's RAD Zoo has some of the planet's rarest amphibian and reptile species. You'll find a 14-foot python, a 12-foot alligator, and an albino boa, among other rare animals. There are shows every day where guests can pet some animals. On the weekend, visitors can also feed the animals, which is the best kid-friendly fun thing to do in Owatonna.

5. See the Famous National Farmers Bank

This Owatonna bank at the corner of Cedar and Broadway is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The National Farmers' Bank has elaborate architecture and is a sight to behold. It's one of the eight Midwestern banks designed by Louis Sullivan at the end of his career. For the National Farmers' Bank in Owatonna, Sullivan created a new architectural design that combined rationality, emotion, function, and spirituality. It features red brick layered with green terra cotta bands and two large arches on the sides facing the streets.

6. The Village of Yesteryear

The Village of Yesteryear is a pioneer village in the southeast region of Steele County fairgrounds. It includes several history museums, the Dunnell House, The Windmill, and The Bachelor Cabin.

So let General Rooter of Southern MN in Owatonna take care of your drain problems so you can enjoy what they have in the Owatonna and Steele County area.