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 repair before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Some of the signs you need sewer line replacement are obvious, while others are a little more subtle. Here are a few things to watch out for:
You might think, “I’ve had backed up drains before…what’s the big deal?” When most of your sinks are backing up and your shower makes gurgling sounds when you flush the toilet, it’s a sign that you have a mainline clog.
Mainline clogs are deep in your plumbing, usually where your pipes meet with the sewer line. Our plumbers can get a drain cable to unclog it, but if it starts happening a lot, it could mean you need sewer line replacement.
Those stains on your ceiling could be the result of a rainstorm or a leaky roof, but they could also come from a burst pipe. Burst or leaking pipes let water build up inside your walls, which can ruin your drywall and could even lead to mold growing in your home.
When underground pipes break or wear out, the water has to go somewhere. That somewhere will often be your lawn. It leads to pooling water or, even worse, leaking sewer gasses. And yes, the smell is just as bad as you’d imagine.
When Morris-Jenkins is on the job, we’ll do everything we can to repair a problem before we’ll suggest a replacement. But if the lines are too badly worn, corroded, or broken, sewer line replacement might be the only option.