Sewer Line Repair

Los Angeles Sewer Line Repair

Fast, Clean & Effective Repairs Performed by Trusted Professionals

Your sewer line is is a large pipe that is responsible for moving wastewater away from your home and safely into the public sewage system so that it can be cleaned and filtered. Everything that you flush away or wash down your drains moves through this line, and while modern plumbing and good old-fashioned gravity both keep things flowing smoothly, clogs and damages are still possible. In some rural communities, however, your sewer line may connect to an underground septic tank instead. Because sewer lines are generally tucked away in places where they aren't visible, they often get ignored. But this can cause some serious problems.

Clogged Sewer Line Problems

Common problems that can arise from ignoring a clogged sewer line:

  • Sewer backups - If the sewer line gets clogged up, the waste will not be able to drain out of it properly. So each time that a person tries to shower or flush the toilet, the wastewater will flow back into the house. As you can imagine, this can create an awful and disastrous mess.
  • Home damage - Broken sewer lines leak wastewater that can damage the concrete foundation and any nearby wooden beams that support the home's weight. If any of them are concealed behind bathroom or kitchen walls or positioned above a ceiling, then they can crumble the plaster and tiles too.
  • Pest problems - The excess moisture that is caused by a cracked sewer line often attracts unwanted pests to the area, such as cockroaches and rats. This is problematic because the pests can often travel all the way from the opening to a sewer line break to the toilet and other drains inside the home, which can lead to an infestation.
  • Yard sewage - The worst-case scenario for a sewer line problem that has been ignored is that the line can completely break apart. Whenever this happens, all of the waste that was trapped inside it will flow into and potentially flood your yard.

Ignoring a broken or clogged sewer line can lead to expensive home repairs from all the damage that it can cause inside and outside of the home. It can also contribute to a serious pest problem. If you’re worried about an old sewage pipe or potential problems, be sure to contact our team right away to have your sewer line inspected and/or repaired by one of our trained experts.

When your sewer line needs to be repaired, our dependable technicians are here for you. We provide honest, reliable services with free estimates.

When Do You Need Your Sewer Line Repaired?

Because it’s buried deep underground, it can be hard to tell when something’s not right with your sewer line. That’s why you need to pay attention to small changes in your plumbing, like strange smells and gurgling sounds, and contact our plumbers at the first sign of trouble.

The small issues that signify a potential issue will eventually become big, inconvenient problems. Don’t wait for the big problems to show up before contacting our Los Angeles sewer line repair plumbers. We can perform a thorough video inspection of your sewer line, pinpointing issues and resolving them before they can make a mess.

Problems with your sewer line can create issues like:

  • Slow drains
  • Strange gurgling noises from your pipes and drains
  • Unusual smells
  • Mold and mildew
  • Toilet backflow
  • Wet, soggy patches of grass
  • Pools of septic waste in your yard
  • More pests in your home
  • Rising water bills

Common Causes of Sewer Line Issues

Due to its location and how much use it gets on a daily basis, it's only a matter of time before you need your sewer line repaired. However, knowing some of the common causes of sewer line issues, such as clogs or leaks, can help you identify issues faster, which can sometimes be the difference between needing a repair or entire replacement.

Common causes of sewer line issues include:

  • Tree roots that puncture your sewer line in search of water
  • Corrosive soil
  • Clogged drains
  • Cracked pipes
  • Aging pipes, that have the tendency to sag or fully collapse
  • Shifts in the earth that cause your sewer line to collapse
  • Damage to the line during construction
  • Improper installation

Why Trenchless Repairs?

Unlike conventional sewer repairs, our trenchless sewer line services don’t require any destruction of your carefully maintained yard. Instead of excavating equipment, we use modern, non-invasive plumbing innovations to repair your sewer line without the need to dig trenched in your property. Not only is this method more convenient for you, but it also comes with a variety of great benefits.

Benefits of trenchless sewer line repairs include:

  • They’re faster than conventional repairs
  • No costs to fix your landscaping
  • Longer-lasting results

3 Ways To Know Your Sewer Line Needs Work

How to tell if your sewer line needs work​​

Call (323) 688-4565 or contact us online to schedule your appointment with our Los Angeles sewer line repair team today!

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Since our family-owned and operated business was started in 1990, we’ve been proudly providing Los Angeles residents with all the plumbing services they need to keep their homes functional and comfortable. We don’t use outdated solutions or outside contractors – all of our work is done by our in-house team of plumbers, all of whom are fully trained, licensed, and experienced with the latest plumbing methods and technologies. Our team is dedicated to making sure your sewer line gets repaired the right way, without unnecessary delays or destruction, and will last you for years to come.

Call (323) 688-4565 today to meet our team and receive a free estimate for sewer line repair in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas!

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