Sewer Line Repair, Cleaning, and Replacement
Sewer Line Repair
Even the sturdiest of sewer lines are susceptible to damage. Sewer lines can crack, break, collapse, or become offset due to frozen ground, or settling and shifting soil. Corrosion can cause a sewer line to collapse hindering the water flow. Broken seals between the pipes may cause the joints to leak and roots from trees or shrubs can force their way into the line’s path causing a break or obstruction. If you suspect this is the cause of your sewer line issue, call Super Service Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning. We have the tools, equipment, and knowledge to seek out the source of the problem and our skilled technicians can repair the line with the least obtrusive techniques available.
Sewer Line Cleaning
The sooner you notice indications of a primary sewer line blockage, the better. A stop up in the principal sewer line that goes overlooked or unnoticed can prompt expensive overhauls and can likewise subject your family to tainted water.
To help keep your family and home safe, we suggest 4 cautioning signs that your home’s fundamental sewer line is stopped up.
- Several Backed Up Drains – If you have more than one drain in your home backing up at a time, it is possible that the main sewer line exiting your home is clogged. When this happens, the wastewater has nowhere to go but back up into other drains attempting an exit.
- Drainage in the Sewer Cleanout Pipe – Most all homes have a sewer cleanout pipe that plumbers use to clear clogs in your homes pipe system. If you see evidence that sewage is leaking or presenting itself in this location, it is highly likely the main sewer line is clogged. Instead of the wastewater going down the sewer line, like it is supposed to, it once again is trying to find the easiest exit.
- Floor Drain Sewage – In the event that you have a floor drain in a shower or basement, this is a primary location to detect a main sewer line blockage. When wastewater has nowhere to escape, it will make its way up into a secondary drain to escape. This is very evident when you can see and smell the leakage.
- Water Backs Up in Random Places – Another big indicator of a main sewer line clog is when water from use in one fixture results in backflow of another fixture. For instance, when a toilet is flushed, water appears coming from the shower drain. Or, when a washing machine is used, water begins to surface in sinks, tubs, or toilets. This happens because when the main sewer line is clogged, the water has nowhere else to go but back up into the rest of the pipes.
If you see any of these warning signs, call Super Service Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning so we can quickly help you get the issue resolved. We can perform a camera inspection to specifically locate the clog and snake or hydro-jet the line. The faster you act the better, as this situation will only get worse.
Sewer Line Replacement
Sometimes it is inevitable that a sewer line needs to be replaced. When the line is beyond repair due to damages it has incurred for whatever reason, replacement is the only option. Age, corrosion, frozen pipe damage, and roots in the line are all suspect reason for broken sewer lines and the culprits for needing replacement. If you are having serious issues with sewer line blockages or wastewater flowing back up into your drains when it is supposed to exit the house, call Super Service Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning. We will dispatch a trained technician to examine the situation and give you a full diagnosis of the findings. We will then recommend the best course of action to replace your sewer line in the least obtrusive way possible as to not greatly interfere with your daily activities and obligations. Don’t wait, call us today and we will make your sewer line problem go away!