Plumbers provide a range of sewer line services to address issues with your sewer system. Here are some common sewer line services offered by plumbers:

Sewer Line Inspection

Plumbers can conduct sewer line inspections using specialized video cameras. This involves inserting a small camera into the sewer line to visually inspect the pipes' condition and identify blockages, cracks, leaks, tree root intrusions, or any other potential issues. A sewer line inspection helps accurately diagnose and determine the most appropriate solution.

Drain Cleaning and Clearing

If you're experiencing slow drains, gurgling sounds, or multiple drains backing up simultaneously, it may indicate a clog or blockage in the sewer line. Plumbers use various methods such as drain snakes, hydro-jetting, or chemical treatments to clear the clogs and restore proper flow in the sewer line.

Sewer Line Repair

If your sewer line is damaged or leaking due to cracks, breaks, offset pipes, or root intrusions, plumbers can perform repairs. Depending on the extent and location of the damage, they may employ techniques such as pipe relining, where a new lining is inserted into the existing pipe, or traditional pipe replacement if necessary.

Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement

In cases where the sewer line is severely damaged or requires complete replacement, plumbers may recommend trenchless sewer line replacement methods. This approach minimizes the need for extensive digging and disruption to your property. Trenchless methods such as pipe bursting or pipe lining are used to replace the old pipe with a new one without the need for a traditional trench.

Sewer Line Maintenance

Plumbers can provide routine sewer line maintenance to prevent issues and keep your sewer system functioning optimally. This may involve periodic drain cleaning to remove debris and prevent clogs and preventative measures like root treatments to inhibit root growth within the pipes.

Sewer Line Odor Detection and Elimination

If you're experiencing foul odors emanating from your drains or yard, plumbers can identify the source of the odor and take appropriate measures to eliminate it. Odors can be caused by sewer line leaks, venting issues, or other plumbing system problems.