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Former sheriff defeats frozen pipes with steam

It's been a busy winter for unique unclogging service

12:25 PM, Mar. 6, 2014
Justin Ledvina feeds a hose into a pipe, releasing steam, hot water and sludge from the built-up pipe.
Justin Ledvina feeds a hose into a pipe, releasing steam, hot water and sludge from the built-up pipe.
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Frozen pipe in your home? Call Lee Ledvina. Ledvina, former Kewaunee County sheriff, is the current owner of Rollie's Rooter Service and Kewaunee Small Engine. He and a small crew can de-ice pipes, and rather quickly. Jobs are done with special sewer and water jetting equipment with controllable water temperature components.

The jetter machine Ledvina originally came to own had previously been used only to clean grease lines at restaurants and bars, but today Ledvina has developed his own system, to expand the variety of pipes he can clean. Based upon the job, operators of the jetter ...

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