Residential Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Services
Has Your Sewer Line Been Damaged from Root Intrusion? Are Your Sewer Lines Deteriorating from Age or Poor Maintenance?
Pro Fix Drains & Hydro Jet can help. We specialize in sewer line repair and replacement throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. The process of replacing or repairing your sewer line can be frustrating, but Pro Fix makes it easy. We offer competitive pricing and multiple options to suit your needs and budget from hydro jetting to pie bursting. We can help alleviate the stress with comprehensive estimates, expert workmanship and exceptional customer service. We will perform an in-depth sewer camera inspection to identify the causes of damage so that we can make the most professional and right repair for you.
Broken Sewer Line SolutionsThere are a few solutions for a broken sewer line.
– Traditional Sewer Line Replacement by Excavation
The traditional dig-up-and-replace method for sewer replacement requires excavating a long, deep trenches around the existing sewer line to remove the broken sewer pipes and install new ones. This method can cost depending on the length and depth of the existing pipes, local rates and the ease of access. If there is no expensive landscaping or paving that would need to be dug up this type of sewer replacement can be a good option for replacing a sewer line. However, if the sewer line runs through an area that is more difficult to dig up or if the connection to the town sewer system is in the street it can cost more.
– Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Methods
You might also choose to go with “trenchless” sewer line replacement methods. In this instance, a smaller area is dug out around the problem area of the sewer line and the replacement is made in that smaller area. This can be better for your yard and your wallet because there is less work to be done.
If your unsure when it comes to needing sewer line replacement in the first place? After all, sewage line damage is practically invisible as the line itself is underground. With that said, there are a few clear-cut signs to watch out for that will indicate sewer line damage.
Signs of Sewer Issues
- Gurgling noises coming from the toilets in your home
- Slow-draining (or failure to drain) of water in your bathtubs
- Lack of water in your toilet bowls
- Sewage backup in your tub or toilet
- Sewer odor in your yard, basement or other areas of your property
We have all of the experience and equipment needed to diagnose your sewer line problem and will work with you to to determine exactly what the sewer problem is and where it exists in the sewer line. Let our trained and certified sewer line plumbers handle the problem for you. We’ve been keeping our clients worry-free for over 15 years.