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Residential Sewer System Backup Services in Champaign, IL

Local Plumbing Company for Your Plumbing & Sewer Emergencies

With time, your home’s sewer pipes can become damaged by tree roots, debris, and more. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Champaign specializes in resolving residential sewer system backups for homeowners in Champaign, IL. Sewer system backups can create all types of problems, but you can depend on our experienced and insured service professionals to solve your issues quickly and effectively. Our experienced team offers repair and re-piping services for sewer lines. We have the process down to a science and can repair sewer system backups to get your plumbing system back up and running in a hurry. Learn more about what we can do about your home’s plumbing problems and get in touch with us today to request a job estimate.

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Signs You Have a Residential Sewer System Backup

With our busy lives, sometimes it proves challenging to know when your home may have a sewer system problem until the issue gets too obvious and expensive. Our plumbing team wants to catch your sewer system problems early on while they are more affordable and easier to fix and can repair sewer system backups. To help, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Champaign has prepared some common sewer system backup warning problems to help you contact us early in the process, including the following:

• Pools of water around your basement’s floor drain

• Multiple drains backing up in your home

• Water backing up from toilets, showers, or sink drains

• Strong odors coming from your home’s drains or outdoor areas

• Drain backup combinations that involve a toilet

• Gurgling noises coming from your toilets or drains

Comprehensive Solutions for Sewer Line Tree Root Invasions

Tree roots are often to blame for intruding into your home's sewer pipes in Champaign, Urbana, Rantoul, or Danville, IL. When your pipes develop leaks or condensation, tree roots have a way of finding them while searching for nourishment. Tree roots can slip in through tiny cracks in sections of pipe, as well as holes or separations. Once tree roots find a water source, their roots will continue to grow. After new roots infiltrate your pipes, the holes will become larger and clog your system before your pipe eventually bursts. Some signs that you have tree roots clogging your sewer lines include backups in your bathtubs or toilets, gurgling noises coming from toilets, bathtubs that do not drain properly, and a lack of water in the toilet bowl. Our professionals offer multiple solutions for tree root invasions, including:

Hydro Jetting – This long-term solution cleans pipes using pressurized water jets. Our plumbing technicians thoroughly scour sewer lines, removing grease build-up, debris, and tree roots.

Pipelining – Our team resolves sewer line damage using this permanent solution to line and seal your sewer pipes using a sleeve to eliminate water leakage. Pipelining is an effective solution for avoiding trenching and demolishing any structures or walls.

Maintenance – Routine preventative maintenance is a great way to save time, money, and hassle. Our experts offer sewer and plumbing inspections and drain cleaning services that will help prevent grease and other types of debris from building up in your pipes. Sewer line maintenance is an excellent way to prevent tree roots from wreaking havoc on your pipes.

Rooter Work & Drain Cleaning – Our experts will start by punching through the invading tree roots and then clear out your sewer line so it functions properly. We will then check the extent of the tree root problems and recommend permanent solutions.

Schedule Sewer System Backup Service Today

Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Champaign encourages you to contact us immediately at the first sign of a sewer system backup. We can answer any questions you have about sewer backup prevention systems and your sewer backup prevention system cost. Contact us today to schedule service or request a job estimate.