Sewer Lines Replace Or Repair
Do You Know The Conditions Of Your Sewer Lines?
Most people think that as long as they are able to successfully flush their toilets, their sewer lines are working perfectly. The truth is, there’s a number of things that could be wrong with the sewer line that won’t get discovered until it is too late. If you have noticed wet spots in your yard that have nothing to do with the weather, the stench of wastes, or slow-running drains, it is time to take a closer look at your sewer lines.
- Lack of proper maintenance
- Weather conditions
- Aging pipes
- The house settling over time
- A snap of cold weather
The list can go on and on. Sometimes your pipe issues could have been avoided; other times it is completely out of your control. Whatever the cause of the problem, the important thing is that you are ready to fix or replace the sewer line.
Even if you know there is a problem brewing with your sewer lines, determining whether to replace them or repair them can be quite the dilemma. Typically, sewer pipes in older homes (built before 1970) will need to be replaced because they are made of clay tiles that can break very easily. Trying to patch up every soft spot found on these pipes can be extremely costly. The most cost effective way would be to replace them with new pipes because they can have a lifespan of about 100 years. However, if there are only one or two damaged spots on the sewer line, then it would make the most sense to patch them up.
With our extensive knowledge and specialized equipment, Top Service Plumbing will be at your service to take care of sewer lines replace or repair without damaging your yard. We have the tools to fix or repair any sewer line. With our help, we will diagnose the issue, replace or repair the sewer line, and let you move on with your day.
Top Service Plumbing is a family-owned business that doesn’t take any plumbing issues lightly. Let us ease your mind and resolve your most difficult plumbing issues.