The status of the main sewer line and connecting pipes in your home is an often overlooked plumbing issue, but it’s one of the most critical parts of your entire plumbing system. Put simply, if your main sewer line has a problem, then your whole house has a problem.
Sewer Line Issues
A broken sewage line can progress quickly from a minor undetected issue to an overwhelming crisis that affects your entire home. If the drains and pipes within your home are misused, it can cause severe damage to your main sewer line, which can result in it breaking or even collapsing. The resulting failure of the plumbing system can cause a headache when your sink isn’t working, or your toilet is continually backing up.
One Way Rooter and Plumbing can help you identify the signs of a damaged or malfunctioning sewer line. With our premium services, we can repair your broken sewer lines and have your house running smoothly and efficiently once again.
Common Problems for Sewer Lines
The main sewer line in your home can become broken, clogged, rusted, or spring a leak just like any of the other pipes within your home. Upkeeping your main sewer line is essential to ensuring that the rest of your house is functioning properly. Knowing the symptoms for sewer line malfunction can help you determine when you need assistance. These are the main signs of a disrupted sewer line:
- Most drains clogging or some drains repeatedly clogging
- Toilet water backing up in the shower/tub
- Toilet water bubbling after you flush
- Low water pressure or toilet bowl not refilling properly
- Bathtub not draining
- Sewage smell in parts of your house or outside
- Flooded yard
- Bubbling or gurgling sounds coming from your toilet or shower drains
- Wet patches on your lawn even when it hasn’t rained
- Unusual hills or depressions in your lawn that weren’t previously there
Any of these occurrences can be signs that your main sewer line or plumbing has been disrupted. This inconvenience can cause serious damage to your home or property if it is not taken care of as soon as it’s identified. One Way Rooter and Plumbing will quickly discover the main problem and have your sewer line restored and working smoothly again!
Our Sewer Line Services
Here at One Way Rooter and Plumbing, we have been trusted for over 35 years to help our customers find affordable solutions to their sewer line problems. We offer a wide variety of solutions to get your sewer pipes back in working order.
Sewer Diagnostic Tests
We perform a variety of tests on your sewage line to help us diagnose the problem. This process allows us to provide an efficient solution that can repair your sewer line before real damage can occur.
Sewer Line Repair
Broken sewer pipes have the potential to not only cause damage to your home and property but can become a health risk. Our sewer line repair services provide you with an affordable way to resolve this potentially dangerous problem.
Tree Roots Invading Sewer Pipes
When a sewer pipe is cracked or broken, tree roots can invade the pipe and cause a blockage. Tree root issues are hard to detect because it all happens underground. If you suspect tree roots may be the cause of your yard flooding or backed up pipes, One Way Rooter and Plumbing can resolve the issue efficiently.
Our expert sewer line technicians remove roots from your sewer line using our effective root ripping and flushing system. This system cleans out the sewer line while minimizing the damage to your tree. Afterwards, we repair the fractured pipe to ensure the issue doesn’t reoccur.
Sewer Line Replacement
Many older homes have corroded sewer pipes. In some cases, the sewer line may be completely damaged and in need of replacing. At One Way Rooter and Plumbing, we can provide you with information on the issue and discuss the best, most cost-effective ways to replace your sewer line.
One option we offer for your sewer line replacement is copper piping. Copper piping will improve water pressure throughout the home and even reduce the cost of your water bill. This copper sewer line replacement will also help prevent the lines from collapsing or eroding over time. Our team will carefully install and replace your pipes, protecting your home and property from any further damage.