Sewer Line Repair & Replacements

Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Services in the USA

Your home's plumbing and sewer system have been an intricate part of your home from the time it was built. For homes those are more than 50 years old, chances of noticing failures in the piping systems are huge. One of those may be the main sewer and drainage lines connected to your home.

What Materials are used in the construction of Sewer Lines?

When it comes to sewer lines, is it is important to understand what your sewer lines are made of. There are two basic materials used to create sewer lines, these include:

  • Clay pipes, or terra cotta pipes, are very susceptible to tree root intrusion, from where cracks are formed and are have a high chance of breakage.
  • PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic piping was designed to last for longer periods of time.

While they are estimated to last a long period amount of time, there are problems that can arise that limiting the livelihood of your piping system.

Signs of a Failing Sewer Line

Your home’s main sewer line is buried beneath the yard and it is making difficult to identify the exact location of problem. There are a few indications that your sewer line could be broken:

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Sewage Backups and Blockages: Regular backups may be a symptom of broken or deteriorating sewer lines. It is normal to experience the occasional minor clogs in your toilet, kitchen sinks or showers. But, if the problem is occurring frequently it is advisable to consult a plumbing agency. It could be a sign of an obstructed or damaged sewer line.

Foundation Cracks and Sinkholes: If the main sewer line is running under the slab in your home develops a leak that goes unnoticed for an extended period of time.

Sewer Gas Odour: You might not always be able to see a sewer line problem, but there’s a high chance that you will be able to smell it. So, if you start to notice any unpleasant odors in your home, it’s time to call for a professional help because there is a good chance there are problems with your sewer lines.

Soggy spots in the yard: Leaks in your sewer lines are often hard to detect, when the sewer line is buried deep underground.

Extra Green and Lush Patches in Grass: If you ever spot an unusually green and lush patch of grass in your yard, it may be a symptom due to a sewage leak underground.

Slow Drain: A slow drain may be the reason for a blockage that is forming which will eventually lead to a sewage backup.

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