We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can fix your sewer line then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your sewer line repair before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
If you’re lucky, you’ll get years of use out of your sewer lines before they start having issues. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t always keep an eye out for signs that you need a sewer line repair. There are lots of unexpected things that can happen, but you can be ready for all of them with a little help from our sewer line repair team. Here’s what we watch for in our own homes when we’re looking out for sewer line problems.
Signs of Leaks Inside
Leaks inside can be some of the most unpleasant things to deal with. Make sure to try to catch them as early as you can by looking for brown water stains on your walls or ceiling and investigating any musty smells to make sure they’re not coming from a leak. You should also call right away if you spot mold.
Slow Draining Drains
Drains have one job: draining water from your sinks and tub. If they’re not doing that, and there are clogs in more than one place, that means there’s a problem with your sewer line. We’ll let you know if drain cabling or hydro jetting will do the trick or if you need to have your line repaired.
Changes in Your Yard
Changes in your yard can be a sign of sewer damage. Think along the lines of pools of foul-smelling water. Sewer leaks can also cause grass in one area of your yard to be a lot greener than the rest of your lawn.