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Sewer problems can be some of the most inconvenient and frustrating plumbing problems you will ever experience. It could be a slow-draining sewer that makes it difficult to get rid of waste and make your home clean, or it could be a complete sewer blockage that causes your sewer to back up into your home. You may have sewer problems and not even realize it until the damage becomes extensive. If you have broken or leaking sewer line at some point between your home and the street, then your property could be in trouble. In most cases, you are responsible for any sewer pipe damage on your property between the street and the building. If this happens to you, then you need to be ready.
The worst thing that can happen to you and your family is that you call a plumbing company that is unprofessional or reliable. We have years of sewer troubleshooting and repair experience that we can put to work for you immediately. Our experienced professionals can diagnose a problem quickly and suggest the right course of action.
Time is of the essence when it comes to sewer and drain work. It does not matter if it is the middle of the night, the weekend or Christmas Day; you need help immediately when you sewer acts up. Our professional plumbers are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We know the urgency of a sewer and drain situation, and we don’t want to make you wait any longer than absolutely necessary.
The safety of your property, your home and your family is of the utmost importance to us. We need to act fast to solve your sewer problems, but we also understand the challenges of paying for expensive plumbing work. That is why we don’t get started until you know what the job will cost and we have discussed all of your options. Addressing the issue is important, but your satisfaction at the job we do is also important to us. We discuss all of the charges and options with you before we get to work.
We also want you to know that we have nothing to hide. Before our certified plumber gets to work, he will show you exactly what the problem with a free camera analysis of your sewer. You will see the damage, understand the severity of the problem and know exactly what we are working on.
There are several reasons why your sewer or drain would cause you problems.
The most common cause of sewage backup is a blockage in a intersecting service pipe between the home and the city main. In the case of home and office plumbing, generally, the main cause of a blockage is the accumulation grease, hair, dirt, or solid materials, such as disposable sanitary napkins, broken dishware, garbage, diapers, and other types of debris that are too much for the wastewater pipes to manage effectively.
A problem like this is usually a local problem inside the dwelling. Most of the time, it is the water from the home that is backing up. The amount of backup will depend on the amount of water that is used. When the water is turned off it will drain very slowly but the problem is likely to return as soon as the water is turned on again. When your sewer or drain starts to back up, the chances are very good that there is a clog somewhere. Over the years, people flush materials such as soap, hair and household chemicals down the drain. These materials can build up at any point along the line and cause a back-up.
A sewer is just as susceptible to clogging as a drain. The accumulation of materials that are flushed down a sewer line will gather along the sewer walls and eventually lead to a clog. It is a common occurrence that we can easily rectify with our years of experience and fast service.
A sewer or drain line can be damaged for several reasons. If you were digging on your property and accidentally hit the sewer channel, then it could rupture. The line could be old and crack from the pressure of the materials flowing through it, or the line could crack from the natural movement of the land. In some cases, the damage just happens and we will be there to help you deal with it.
The roots from trees or other large foliage spend years weakening your sewer lines. If plant roots manage to wrap themselves around your line, then the roots will eventually work their way into pipe as the surface of the pipe weakens. We can help deal with sewer lines that have been compromised by plant roots and will work to replace the sections that have been damaged.