COMMERCIAL SEWER REPAIR
IDENTIFYING THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM
- Grease buildup or other foreign objects restricting the flow of your sewer line
- Corrosion can damage the structural integrity of the pipe leading to cracks or a break in the line
- Broken seals in the joints of the pipe can cause water leakage
- Outdated pipes or pipes made of substandard material can cause deterioration
WHAT WE DO
RESIDENTIAL SEWER REPAIR
SIGNS OF DAMAGED SEWER LINES
Sewer lines are designed for durability, but over time pipes become worn, cracked, or damaged. If your lines become damaged or clogged there are notice signs. The most common signs are:
Multiple Drainage Issues – Clogged drains are a common occurrence in many households, but often it’s only limited to one drain. However, if water drains slowly throughout the house or you’re experiencing clogs in multiple drains, this may be a sign of a blocked sewer line.
Wet Spots In the Yard – Residential sewer lines are at risk from the elements and can become broken or damaged by shifting soil, tree roots, or frozen ground. This causes the pipe to become bellied, leading to water collecting around the collapsed area of the pipe, resulting in wet spots.
Unpleasant Smell – While you may not always see signs of a problem with your sewer line, you may smell them. Potent sewer gases may become apparent and depending on the source of the smell, may identify the problem. Blocked drains will cause gases to permeate through drains, while line breaks or leaks are most noticeable in your yard.