Your sewer line is important because it moves wastewater from your home into the municipal sewer lines. A sewer line can also connect your home to a private septic tank. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your sewer lines, please contact us and we will set your mind at ease.
Unlike other plumbing companies, we use a sewer inspection camera to find where clogs and damage are located. That way, you can have peace of mind knowing that our plumbing contractors will be able to quickly find solutions.
Sewer Repair vs. Installation
Sewer Line Repair
If there is an issue with the sewer line, you will notice plumbing issues throughout the home. For example, you may hear a gurgling sound from your toilet when you run the washing machine. Other signs of a clogged sewer line include water or even raw sewage coming up from the drains. If you suspect you need sewer line repair, shut off the water supply to your house to prevent sewer overflow damage and call our local plumbers.
Tree roots can clog your sewer line if you don’t call a plumber in time. This is because tree roots seek out underground supplies of water, such as your sewer line. Too many tree roots will clog the sewer line, preventing it from working properly.
If tree roots are a recurring problem for your sewer lines, we recommend investing in preventive maintenance to avoid backups and water damage. Our plumbers are able to use a sewer inspection camera to spot blockages and damaged pipes.
Sewer Line Installation
Whether you need us to install a sewer line during new construction or replace a failing system, you can trust our years of experience. Our plumbing contractors will be able to determine whether your sewer line is in good shape or needs replacement. Call today!
Our plumbers in Michigan work hard to keep your sewer lines clear. To request your estimate for sewer line repair or installation, call Whitney Electric & Plumbing at (877) 393-2141.