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.
You have a big job as a homeowner, and we’re here to support you in that. When you catch sewer problems early, we can usually get things fixed up before you start having serious issues. Call us when any of the following problems show up in your home:
Clogs and Backups
You probably already know it’s not normal for there to be toilet water gurgling back up through other drains in your home. It’s also not normal for clogs to keep coming back after you’ve gotten rid of them. If you keep getting mainline clogs and backups, your plumbing might not have been installed right. We’ll take a look at what’s causing the problem and make a plan to fix it.
Leaks Inside or Outside the Home
It’s hard to mistake the musty smell of a leaking mainline once you’ve smelled it. When there’s a leak, you’re not just getting the smell from the dirty water. You might also be getting the smell of mold and wet building materials. It’s not pleasant, but it can be a helpful sign that there’s leaking somewhere in your house. You might also find brown patches on your walls or ceiling. If the leak is in a pipe underneath the floor, you might find warm or damp spots on the floor or carpet.
Wet Spots in the Yard
Everyone loves a nice, green lawn. But if yours is particularly lush in one small area, it might not be a good sign. Your sewer line could be fertilizing your lawn without your permission by leaking. Check for spots in your yard that are wet or that don’t smell good. You might need a sewer line repair!