We're locally owned and operated here in Lexington, KY. We love our community and the customers we serve. At the same time - we're backed by a nationally-recognized plumbing network, Mr. Rooter Plumber, which has over 50 years of experience in the trade.
We've seen it all when it comes to sewers and drains - you can count on us for durable sewer line repair regardless of the issue.
At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Lexington, KY, we:
- Offer "Good", "Better", and "Best" Options. When it comes to sewer lines, it's really helpful to have repair or replacement options. That's exactly what we offer. We'll diagnose the problem, and review our options and recommendations with you. You're in control of how we proceed.
- We Offer Up-Front Pricing. With our options comes up-front pricing. We'll review pricing with you before we ever proceed with work. That way, you know exactly what you're getting.
- Offer First-Rate Customer Service. From bringing our own doormats to wearing shoe covers in your home, we offer exceptional customer service. We're also courteous and will inform you of everything.
Sewer line repairs can be stressful, but we're here to help with friendly and professional service.
To see why our customers love our services, check out our reviews. To request your sewer line service, call us today.
What Are the Signs of a Broken Sewer Line?
Some of the most common signs your sewer line needs a repair include:
- Multiple sinks or shower drains drain slowly.
- Foul odors throughout your home.
- A spike in your water bill.
- Damp floors or puddles of water in your yard.
- An accumulation of pests in your yard.
- Fluctuating water levels in your toilet bowls.
If you notice these signs, chances are you have an issue with your sewer line. But we're here to give you peace of mind, no matter the issue.
Give us a call or reach out online to schedule a service. We'll inspect the sewer line issue and offer reliable repair options.
Sewer Line Repair - FAQs
How can sewer line problems be prevented?
Chances are you'll encounter an issue with your sewer line eventually. But there are certain measures you can take to help prevent sewer line issues.
Our professionals recommend:
- Being Mindful of What You Flush. When it comes to toilets, the only things that should be flushed are human waste and toilet paper. Floss, tissue, and especially "flushable" wipes should never be flushed down your toilet. These can all form a massive clog in your sewer line.
- Being Careful With What You Put Down Your Drains. Egg shells, fats, oils, grease, coffee grounds, and starchy and stringy foods should be tossed in the trash, not your drains.