Are your drains clogging all around the house? Is there a strange or unpleasant smell throughout your yard? Is your yard wetter than usual? If any of these are true for you, you might have a sewer line problem on your hands.
Don’t worry. Morris-Jenkins can make it right. If your sewer line is damaged or broken underneath your Kannapolis home, we can replace it for you in no time!
We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can fix your sewer line right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your sewer line replacement before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
As tempting as it might be, putting off sewer line replacement will only lead to further damage. If you suspect you’re dealing with a damaged sewer line, the best time for a sewer replacement is right now! Not entirely sure you have a damaged sewer line? Here are some tell-tale signs:
Clogged Drains Everywhere
A single clogged drain is one thing. But when you find clogged drains all over the house, that’s a problem. You most likely have a mainline clog somewhere in your sewer line that’s stopping drainage throughout your home.
We can come out to clear the clog for you, but you should know that this would only be a temporary solution. Typically, clogs like this only occur when a bigger problem’s going on.
Water Damage in Your Kannapolis Home
When your sewer line gets damaged, it can leak. When your sewer line leaks, that water can come right back into your home. So look out for wet or spongy spots throughout your house, mold growth in those dark corners, and any mildewy smells. If you spot signs of water damage, call us right away for speedy sewer line replacement.
Flooding and Unpleasant Smells
If your sewer line ruptures or leaks, all of the wastewater and sewer gases it holds will flow into the yard. The soil in your yard might be wet and spongy underfoot, and you’ll most likely get hit in the face with the smell. If you find yourself in a situation like this, have no doubts! There’s something wrong underground, and you probably need professional sewer line replacement.
The Difference Between Repairing and Replacement
You may feel tempted to get a repair instead of a full-on sewer line replacement. In some cases, that’s actually just fine. Repairs are typically the better solution when damage is localized to a small portion of your sewer line. But if your sewer line is sufficiently damaged or corroded over a wide area, you’ll most likely need several repairs to solve the problem. In this case, a sewer line replacement will be much more cost-effective.