Drain Cleaning &
Sewer Line Repair
A sewer line leak can be irritating to deal with. Along with the unpleasant smell and messy cleanup of a settled sewer pipe, it can be difficult to pinpoint the root cause of your sewage problem Tony’s Plumbing is here to help.
To prevent sewer line damage it’s important to know how to spot the main causes of sewer line damage. Common causes of a damaged sewer line from clogged pipes to normal wear and tear.
The most common cause of sewer line damage is the roots of trees. Tree roots go after sources of water as they grow. Since sewer lines carry liquid waste, roots are naturally captivated by the source. Once in contact with a sewer pipe, tree roots begin to cover around and break into pipes, clogging the structure.
Sewer lines are only used to handle human waste and toilet paper. Keep away from flushing waste like wrappers and paper towels, as they are not able to correctly disintegrate and can source blockages in the toilet sewer line.
Signs of a Damaged Sewer System
Whether you have a clogged sewer line, clogged drain, or pipe, you can rely on Tony’s Plumbing to quickly diagnose and solve your problem.
SEWER LINE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
When a sewer line leaks or cracks and needs to be repaired, you have the choice: Plow a pit around the sewer pipe or use closure sewer line repairs. To start the process, plumbing technicians use a camera to enter into the sewer line and suggest repairs. Then, one of two plumbing repairs is usually proposed.
If a sewer line is too damaged to use the pipe lining method, a more interfering trenchless repair can be executed. Plumbing technicians feed a cone-shaped bit through your existing line and destroy the pipe while instantly replacing it with a new one. This process is more expensive and less time-effective, but it doesn’t require large digging.
If your pipes are damaged far off repair, you may have to resort to standard sewer line replacement methods. This is a very interfering and costly method that requires Plumbing technicians to dig up your yard to let out the damaged or broken lines.
To confirm that your sewer system is in good working condition, hire a plumbing professional from Tony’s Plumbing. To inspect at least once a year.