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Do I Need Sewer Line Repair?

Updated: Apr 26, 2023

Sewer lines have an important role to play in the overall health of our plumbing. Your sewer line moves soap, grease, detergent, and waste through your system out of your home.

Slow drain, not draining in the bathtub.
Slow drain, not draining in the bathtub.
When your drains start to work slow or stop draining altogether, you may have an issue deep within your sewer line.

If DIY clog solutions don’t work, you may need to call in a professional to get your sewer line fully functioning once again.

What Causes Sewer Line Issues? Foreign objects or debris can cause sewer line issues. Our sewer lines are tough, but they aren’t meant to handle everything. Kitchen elements such as massive food waste, grease, or oils can cause the pipes to become blocked. You can usually spot this issue through a rotten smell coming up from your kitchen sink. When it comes to your sewer line connection with your toilet, the system is meant to handle toilet paper. Other items such as feminine products, wipes, or paper towels should never go down the drain. The shower can also contribute to a build-up of hair that can block your system. Trees and plants in our yards can impact the quality of our sewer lines as well. Roots naturally follow sources of water as they grow, often causing them to grow near and around sewer lines.

Repairing Your Sewer Pipes The best way to protect the health of your sewer lines is through regular maintenance. A professional will be able to address any problem areas early. This helps you avoid common issues that contribute to sewer pipe issues. If you are experiencing any issues with your sewer pipes, don’t wait to seek help.

The Trenchless Guys can help assess what is causing your sewer line issues. They can suggest the options for a permanent fix. They will be able to repair or replace your sewer line to ensure that whatever problems you are currently experiencing are permanently addressed. Contact us today with any questions or concerns about your sewer pipes.

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