Your sewer line might be the easiest part of your plumbing system to overlook, but it’s also one of the most important.
The most common sewer line issues you’ll find in Mountain House are root invasions, cracks, and collapsed sewer lines. Many homes in Mountain House were constructed using the cheapest plumbing materials available, including the sewer systems, which is why you’ll find so many broken, cracked, and otherwise failing sewer lines.
While it’s hard to visually inspect your sewer line without the proper equipment, the most common signs of trouble are:
- Sewer lines that back up into your toilet, shower, or floor drains
- Bad smells coming from drains
- Roots that reach up through your drains
- Damp or moist parts of your lawn
- Indentations in your landscaping, or signs of dying plants
The good news is that a video sewer inspection is a fast and affordable way to see inside of your sewer line, so you can know exactly what issues you’re dealing with, and what options there are for repairs
Learn more about our sewer inspection services »
If we do find an issue with your sewer line, the next step is to determine the best options for repairs.
Our most common approach is to perform a trenchless sewer repair. This works a lot like minimally-invasive surgery: instead of digging up your entire yard, we simply dig a small access hole at one or two points along your sewer lateral. We then insert a pipe inside your existing sewer pipe which can cure in place, leaving you with a new, more durable sewer line.
But trenchless sewer repair is not always the best option, and it’s not the only option we offer. Visit our sewer repair page to learn more, or call today to speak with a specialist.