When your sewer line breaks, you don’t have time to wait for a plumber. Sewer line repair is a time-sensitive issue that requires emergency work. Bob Larson Plumbing offers fast reliable broken sewer line repair that you can count on when you need it most. Our team can find the problem and fix it right away.
In some cases, your sewer line may be too broken to fix. If so, sewer line repair is the best solution for replacing your line. We can pull the old line out and replace it with a brand-new, durable line that will give you years of dependable performance. Call today to get a free estimate.
Our sewer line inspection services involve plumbers using specialized camera equipment to inspect the interior of your sewer pipes visually. This non-invasive process allows us to identify blockages, leaks, or damage within the sewer system. Issues like tree root intrusion, pipe corrosion, or misaligned pipes can be discovered early, preventing costly repairs down the line.
We recommend scheduling a sewer line inspection when buying a new home or if you suspect sewer line problems. Accurate inspections allow us to make precise repairs, saving time and money while ensuring the longevity and efficiency of your sewer system.
If you notice an area of your yard is particularly lush and green, it could be due to a leaking sewer line fertilizing the grass. A broken sewer line can lead to soil displacement, causing noticeable indentations or dips in your lawn or under pavers. In extreme cases, a leaking sewer line can cause damage to your home’s foundation or even lead to sinkholes. An unexplained increase in your water bill could also be due to a leak in your sewer line.
If you notice any of these signs, contact our plumbing professionals as soon as possible to inspect your sewer line and make any necessary repairs.
Some common signs that your sewer line might need repair include :
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Sewer line damage can be caused by a variety of factors including tree root intrusion, ground shifting, pipe age and deterioration, poor installation, and flushing inappropriate items down the drain.
The cost can vary widely depending on the severity and location of the damage. On average, homeowners can expect to pay between $1,000 and $4,000. Major repairs or replacements can cost significantly more.
Typically, homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover sewer line repairs as they’re considered part of home maintenance. However, some insurers offer add-on sewer or water line coverage, so it’s best to check with your provider.
The duration of the repair depends on the extent of the damage. Minor repairs might be completed in a day, while more extensive repairs or replacements may take several days to a week.
We offer trenchless sewer line repair. This method causes less damage to your yard than traditional methods, but it may not be suitable for all types of damage.
Regular maintenance and inspection can help prevent damage. Avoid planting trees near your sewer lines, don’t flush inappropriate items, and consider installing a backwater prevention valve to prevent city sewers from backing up into your lines.
The lifespan of a sewer line depends on the material. Cast iron pipes can last up to 100 years, clay and cement pipes can last up to 60-70 years, and PVC pipes can last indefinitely if properly maintained.
Yes, in most municipalities, the homeowner is responsible for the sewer line from the house to the street.
While minor drain clogs can often be handled by a homeowner, major sewer line repairs require professional equipment and expertise due to the potential for further damage and the health risks associated with exposure to sewage. It’s recommended to hire a professional for such repairs.