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Unfortunately, your sewer line won’t last forever. A burst, collapsed, or cracked line isn’t uncommon. So when it comes time for sewer line replacement, call the certified plumbing experts at Service Plus Heating, Cooling & Plumbing! We carry nearly two decades of experience and use the newest technology and products to complete your sewer line replacement. By choosing Service Plus, you’ll receive:
- Knowledgeable and well-trained plumbing professionals
- The latest technology with our “trenchless” replacement method
- Peerless, solution-oriented options providing you with the best solution
- Free sewer line assessment with clear pricing estimates
Trenchless “No Dig” Technology for Sewer Line Replacement
The long trenches that characterize a replacement can leave landscapes in ruin and may even necessitate deconstruction of patios and other yard installations. However, the alternative trenchless technology allows our experts to repair and replace damaged lines without the use of a deep trench, only requiring a single access hole. This method offers a faster, more economical replacement, minimizing any intrusion to surrounding landscapes, patios, porches, driveways or walkways.
Three Signs of Needing a Sewer Replacement
A broken or unserviceable sewer line displays many of the same signs as a mere clog, and can make it difficult for a homeowner to know when replacement becomes necessary over repair. Any time your line has become compromised indefinitely, a sewer line replacement becomes necessary. This is typically due to tree root invasion or bursting, collapsing or cracks along the sewer line. These are signs that your sewer line might be permanently damaged:
- Pooling water in the yard
Large amounts of water that have no clear source are a sure sign you may need a replacement. These are a result of a sewer line no longer capable of holding water properly, with water residing in the soil near the damaged pipe.
- Foul odors
The unpleasant odor of sewage will be very strong if your main line has been corrupted or damaged.
- Slow or poorly draining fixtures
Tubs, toilets, and sinks that drain slowly or refuse to drain at all are often your first sign that something is wrong. If you notice these, it’s best to contact a plumbing professional for an inspection of your sewer line right away.
If you need to schedule a consultation regarding your sewer line replacement, call Service Plus at (317) 973-4451 to receive your free estimate.