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.
It would be nice if you could have monthly staff meetings with all of the appliances and systems in your home. That way, you would always know when there was a problem you needed to do something about. But as it is, you can’t see your sewer line or ask it how it’s doing, so how do you know when there’s a problem? Luckily, there are other ways to find out if there’s a leak.
Signs of Water Damage or High Water Bills: Leaks can sometimes be sneaky and stay where you can’t see them. But other times, you’ll be able to see stains on the ceiling or walls of your house. There might be puddles on your floor, wet spots on your carpet, or higher water bills. You can also check your water meter when all the water is off in the house to see if it’s still ticking.
Clogged Drains or System Backups: If you’re getting frequent clogs, there might be a problem in your sewer line. Another sign of sewer line problems is water backing up into your tub or other areas when you flush the toilet. Some sewer line clogs can come from roots growing into the pipes, so you’ll need a sewer line repair to handle that kind of damage.
Changes in Your Yard: Check for pools of water or lush spots in your yard. Unless the rain has only been falling on one part of your lawn, it probably means you’ve got a sewer line leak.