Unlike other plumbing issues, a cracked or broken sewer line can lead to genuinely hazardous health conditions—not to mention the inconvenience of the odor and having a non-functional sewer system. Sewer lines can fail for a number of reasons: hair and grease build up into blockages, creating spots of high pressure in your system. Pipes can age and corrode, leading to more damage over time. Tree roots can even intrude into your pipe system, growing and creating cracks.
What are the signs of a broken sewer line? Call if you detect the following:
- The toilet makes gurgling sounds
- The toilet has no water
- Sewage backing up in your tub or toilet
- Sewage smell on your property
Hear, smell, or see any of these troubling signs? Don’t worry—our Montgomery County plumbers can have it handled in a single visit. Call (936) 539-4000 today.
With older plumbing technology, the only way to address a broken pipe was to dig a trench above where the pipe was located, replace or repair the pipe, then refill the trench. It left people’s properties looking unattractive, and for homeowners with beautiful landscaping, it was a setback that cost them months of labor and growth.
For our plumbing service in The Woodlands and beyond, we have a new method: trenchless repair. Our plumbers in Montgomery County can insert a small camera into your pipes and find out exactly where your leak is and what is causing the issue. Once we’ve done that, we can use the small hole we used for our camera to insert a new pipe lining within your damaged sewer line. This covers any cracks, intrusions, or damage caused by your property.
If pipe replacement is what’s needed, our team uses the same method to guide a new pipe into where your old pipe sits. The new pipe will break apart the old one, replacing it while disposing of it at the same time. This method is faster and less intrusive. As a result, our Magnolia plumbers can fix your damaged sewer line in a single visit while leaving your property practically untouched!
Schedule service with Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Montgomery County today by calling (936) 539-4000. We offer emergency services!