Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Service in Charleston, SC

24/7 Sewer Line Replacement & Repair

Are you dealing with faulty sewer lines? Sewer line issues can be stressful and frustrating. At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater Charleston our licensed plumbers are here to fix the issue. Whether it’s a broken pipe joint or cracks due to tree roots, you can trust that we will be able to resolve the issue quickly and efficiently.

We specialize in any and all kinds of sewer line repairs and replacements. Our highly rated plumbers are always available 24/7 to help get your sewer line running properly again. We even warranty our work as per our Neighborly Done Right Promise.

Ready to schedule your service? Give us a call or request your service online today.

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Why Choose Us for Sewer Line Repair Near You?

A friendly Mr. Rooter Plumbing technician showing his business card to relieved customersWith our years of experience in the plumbing industry, we've seen our fair share of sewer line issues.

From clearing routine clogs to performing trenchless sewer repair, we've seen it all and can help with anything you're experiencing.

At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater Charleston:

  • We Offer Up-Front, Flat-Rate Pricing. We won't surprise you with hidden fees afterward. We offer up-front, flat-rate pricing for each job - there won't be any hidden costs later down the road.
  • We're Backed by a Great Reputation. We've served thousands of customers throughout the Greater Charleston area. We're highly rated for our professionalism, responsiveness, and high-value service.
  • We're Uniformed & Professional. We arrive when we say we will. We'll also show up in our clearly marked Mr. Rooter Plumbing service van and in our professional uniform.

Need courteous, expert North Charleston sewer line repair or replacement? You can trust us! Contact us today to book your service.

How We Clean, Repair, and Replace Sewer Lines

As homeowners like you, we know anything regarding your sewer line can seem like a daunting fix. But at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater Charleston, we make the process easy by keeping you informed each step of the way.A Mr. Rooter Plumbing tech using a sewer video inspection to troubleshoot a sewer line issue

Below is how we typically handle a sewer line service:

  • Thorough Inspection. First, we'll inspect your sewer lines with a video camera. This will allow us to locate the clog, crack, or other issue with your sewer line. With this step, we'll know exactly what we're fixing.
  • Clean Your Sewer Line. If your issue is a simple clog, we'll use our hydro-jetting service to clean and clear your sewer line. This should help all the drain water to flow freely through the sewer line once again.
  • Repair Or Replace Your Sewer Line. If your sewer line has been damaged by tree roots, corrosion, or another issue, we'll need to repair or replace your sewer line. Thankfully, we have cost-effective and minimally invasive trenchless sewer repair options. These include the Pipe-Pull™ method or commonly used pipe relining.
  • Perform Another Inspection. Once we've either cleaned or repaired your sewer line, we'll perform another inspection to ensure the issue is fixed.
  • Provide a Warranty. Once everything is done, we'll leave you with a warranty for your peace of mind.

Once we've diagnosed your sewer line issue, we'll review all sewer line cleaning or repair and replacement options with you. That way, you'll get to choose which option is right for you. With Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater Charleston, you're in control.

To book your appointment, request a service online or call our courteous team today. We look forward to serving you.

Sewer Line Repair & Replacement | FAQs

What is the most common cause of clogged sewer lines?

The most common cause of clogged sewer lines is the accumulation of debris and waste in the pipes over time.

This often happens when folks flush items that are too large or not meant to be flushed down a toilet, like:

  • Flushable Wipes
  • Baby Wipes
  • Disinfecting Wipes
  • Floss
  • Napkins
  • Paper Towels
  • Tissues
  • Sanitary Products
  • Diapers
  • Plastic Toy Pieces

Additionally, tree roots can often grow into sewer lines and create blockages.

Grease, mineral build-up from hard water, and soap scum can also contribute to blocked drains over time.

What are the signs of a clogged sewer line?

A clogged sewer line has several telltale signs that can alert you to potential issues.

The most obvious sign of a clogged sewer line is multiple clogged or slowly draining drains at the same time. All your drains eventually connect to the main drain or sewer line. If there's a clog in your main sewer line, you'll have slow drains throughout your home.

Other common indicators include:

  • Frequent backups in sinks and toilets after flushing.
  • Standing water in the shower or tub that doesn’t drain away quickly.
  • Gurgling sounds coming from the plumbing fixtures or drains.
  • A foul odor coming from the drains.

These all indicate that material—such as dirt, grease, tree roots, or other items—has built up inside the pipe and is blocking wastewater from flowing freely out of your home.

If left untreated for an extended period, these problems will only get worse and cause more significant damage to your property.

Have any questions or suspicion that your sewer line needs cleaning or repair? Call us or reach out online today. We're here 24/7!

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