Some of the issues our sewer repair experts can fix include:
- Burst pipes
- Pipe relining
- Pipe maintenance
Working with our sewer replacement and repair professionals means that you’ll get access to affordable solutions, a customer-focused experience, and guaranteed workmanship.
3 Common Sewage Drainage Issues
Sewer issues can take various forms, some more noticeable than others. It’s important to take care of your sewer lines and get any of the following concerns inspected by a professional as soon as you suspect something is amiss. Otherwise, you may end up exacerbating the problem by not addressing it immediately.
1. Drain Blockages
Sewer blockage can be caused by various things, including wipes, diapers, hair, grease, food particles, and so much more. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of a sewer blockage, but you may notice early symptoms of an issue long before a completely clogged drain occurs.
Some signs include:
- Foul odors coming from pipes
- All drains become slow-moving simultaneously
- Unexplained gurgling noises in pipes
- Water starts backing up into other drains
2. Tree Roots Obstructing Lines
Stunning old trees around your property can provide shade when you want to enjoy your outdoor space, but they can also wreak havoc underground without you even knowing it. Tree roots will grow anywhere there’s water, even if that means your sewer pipes suffer. Tree roots can cause blockages and collapse pipes if the issue persists. Watering your trees regularly is one way to combat tree roots seeking water from any source possible and potentially damaging your sewer pipes.
3. No Sewer Line Pitch
Sewer lines and gravity usually work in tandem to ensure wastewater flows smoothly through sewer pipes. However, if gravity isn’t on your side, sewer lines should be installed with the proper pitch to help wastewater along. Without the appropriate slope, waste can build up, resulting in backed-up pipes. You may notice foul odors or pooling water in particular areas of your home that indicate an underlying sewer problem.
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How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Sewer Line?
The average cost for sewer line replacement falls between $1,073 and $4,054, with $2,556 being the average total cost. The price for sewer line replacement can vary depending on a wide range of factors including the length of the sewer line being replaced, the location of the sewer line, and if tree root removal is needed to prevent future sewer line damage.
Sewer line replacement typically costs between $50 and $250 per foot. If your replacement involves trenching under a concrete slab, expect to pay closer to $150 to $250 per foot.
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