High on the list of the things homeowners don’t want to have to worry about is anything to do with the sewer line. It seems intimidating and unknowable, but that isn’t the case at all. If you are worried about needing a sewer line replacement we are here to help.
Identify Sewer Line Problems
How do you know if you need help with your sewer line? If you are experiencing significant issues around the house and have fixed clogs, identified leaks and dealt with far too many issues for a normal situation, then it’s time to call a reputable, qualified company for a professional diagnostic. Good companies will get you a free estimate for your situation whether that is sewer line repairs, sewer line cleaning, or sewer line replacement; you will get the information you need to make the best decision for your situation.
Learn more: How To Tell If Your Sewer Line Is Broken
How Much Does Sewer Line Replacement Cost?
You will see wide ranging estimates online for costs to repair or replace a sewer line. You may also want to contact your homeowners insurance to see if you have coverage for the type of issue you are experiencing. The reason you see repair cost ranges as wide as $1000 to $4000 and replacement costs from $1400 to $20000 is because until a qualified technician checks the situation there is no way to know what level of service is necessary.
The cost will vary based upon several factors such as:
- Pipe Material (ABS, cast iron, galvanized steel, PVC)
- Extent of Damage
- Accessibility of the problem area
- Repair vs. Replace
- Potential Cleanup Expenses
We can quickly and efficiently diagnose onsite and let you know how affordably and efficiently we can solve the problem and restore normalcy to your household.
When To Replace Your Sewer Line
How do you know when the sewer line needs to be replaced? First, have a great company like ours out to assess the situation so you can be sure, but you definitely want to call us if you experience signs of a problem. Weird or unpleasant events like repeated backups, toilet overflows, terrible smells, and even strange yard growths are just some of the signs you could encounter.
It might surprise you to know that most modern sewer lines are designed to last a hundred years. Most older pipes are designed to last 50 years, but all pipes can encounter issues like roots invading or clogs developing. This is why working with your expert plumber is the right course of action. Proper handling of issues as they arise can prevent an issue from accelerating into a disaster.
Sewer Line: Repair or Replace?
One final question homeowners often have is whether to repair or replace. Your technician will be able to give you all the options to figure out the best course of action. One of the great developments in sewer line management is that we have developed efficient modern methods to fix the problem with less time, money, and disruption. We, here at Phend Plumbing use a process called trenchless sewer line repair. That means, we probe the sewer line for issues and fix it where it’s affected. With this method, we don’t need to dig up your whole yard and cause so much disruption and disturbance. These repairs can even take less than a day to complete.Don’t let another day pass worrying unnecessarily, just give us a quick call at 480-388-6093 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange for a free estimate to solve your problem right away.