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Sewer Line Repair and Replacement

Plumbers Who Work With Sewer Lines

Considering that sewer lines are hidden and underground, they don’t come to mind frequently. Most houses have a sewer line that connects your home’s drains to the main sewer line. The job that this sewer line does is crucial because if it stops working, a repair and replacement is needed immediately. If a sewer line is unmaintained, then your yard and health are at risk, so don’t wait to repair or replace it. At Blue Owl Plumbing, our experts will help you throughout the entire sewer line process. We will determine if a repair or a replacement is needed and get your line back to working as good as new.

Signs Your Sewer Line Needs Replacing

It’s important to know what to look for when you suspect that the drain line needs work done. It is difficult to see your lines since they are in the walls and underground, but these signs are easy to notice without having to dig.

Mold. Mold in itself is an issue to your home. With that being said, if you are finding mold on the walls of your home, it may be because of a faulty sewer line. Do not wait on the mold to worsen, call the professionals to take a look at what's really going on.

Toilet. Another telltale sign is if there is a backup and overflow somewhere in your home. This could be a shower drain in your bathroom or it could be something like a floor or laundry drain in the basement.

Smells. Nobody likes gross smells around the home, but when your sewer line needs attention, your nose might notice it before anything else. When weird smells are wafting around your home, it’s time to check the sewer line. Your nose and your sewer will thank you.

Outside. Have you noticed that your grass is unexpectedly more green and lush? Are there puddles randomly in your yard? These are both signs that your sewer line isn’t working as it should. Although a greener lawn is nice, a broken sewer line is not. Take a look around your yard and see if these signs are happening to you.

Pests. If you see mice or rats in your home, not only do you need to call an exterminator, but a plumber as well. These unwanted guests could be attracted to your home because of the sewer line being damaged. To keep out these pets, sewer line work might be needed.


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Should I repair or Replace My Sewer Line?

In order to have a fully functioning sewer line that will do its job, our plumbers will have to evaluate whether a repair or replacement is better for you. We first need to investigate your sewer line on site and, depending on the damage and the extent, determine the course of action. When it comes to a pipe bursting and minimal damage, typically a repair is all that is needed. However, if the damage on your line is more severe, then a replacement is inevitable. At Blue Owl Plumbing, our professionals have experience in evaluating damaged sewer lines and understand what needs to be done in order for them to be fixed. It’s important to make the right repairs to a sewer line so you do not have to go through this process over and over again. You can entrust our professionals to assist you throughout the repair or replacement evaluation, and know that they are making the choices that best suit you.

Call a Sewer Replacement Company Hoo Answers

Make a wise choice and trust Blue Owl Plumbing for all of your sewer line needs. If you suspect your sewer line needs replacing, it’s important to get it fixed as soon as possible. Blue Owl Plumbing’s professionals will make sure to help you throughout the process in order to get your line back to working correctly. Call us today to schedule service!

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