Are you experiencing sewer issues in your home? If so, your sewer line may need to be replaced.
Nobody wants to deal with sewer problems! But unfortunately, they do arise. And when they do, they can set you back hundreds, or even thousands of dollars.
You can live in a house for years and never need to replace a sewer line, but if your home has old pipes, you’re more likely to see an issue.
So what are your options when it comes to sewer line replacement? Does it always have to be messy and loud? Keep reading to find out.
Replace or Repair?
There’s a chance you may not need to replace your sewer line. However, it’s good to find out if you should replace it or not. To determine the extent of your sewer line issue, consult a professional.
Minor cracks in a sewer line can be replaced. The same goes for holes. If they’re substantial, though, you’ll need to replace the line.
Choose a plumbing contractor that knows how to do the job right. You want the repair or replacement process to be as smooth as possible.
Signs That You Need a New Sewer Line
How do you know if your sewer line needs replacing? Here are some things to look out for:
- Sewer backing up through toilets and showers
- Clogged or slow-flowing drains
- Poor water pressure
- Tap water that’s rusty
- Soggy lawn areas
- Flooding in basement
- Hike in water bills
If you notice any of these issues, call a professional to have them scope out the severity of the problem.
Sewer Line Replacement Options
You do have options when it comes to sewer line replacement. The cost, as well as the method, differ between each option. Consult a professional to determine which method is best for your situation.
Sewer leaks and backups cause all sorts of problems. The sooner you get the issue fixed, the better.
The traditional method of replacing a sewer line involves excavation. A trench will be dug in your yard for workers to access the old pipe and insert a new one.
Trenchless sewer line replacement is much more convenient than the traditional method. It can also be less expensive in some situations. It involves less noise and work, and it doesn’t require the digging of a trench.
Luckily, the trenchless method requires that higher quality pipes be used. So you’ll have less hassle and noise to deal with and you’ll get a better sewer line than you would in other situations.
Thanks to the higher quality, you’ll have fewer problems down the road and repairs, when needed, will be easier.
Sewer Line Replacement: Do It Today!
Whether corrosion or plants are the root of the problem, you’ve got to get a broken sewer line replaced. Don’t try to fix the problem yourself and don’t wait! Always call a professional for sewer line replacement.
Whether your sewer line needs to be repaired or replaced, we’ve got you covered. Contact us today to get all your sewer problems fixed!