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Sewer pipes have to be taken care of as they play an important role in carrying waste to the municipal sewer system. However, many homeowners ask the question of whether they are the ones responsible for it or not. To keep it short, it is the homeowner's duty as the sewer line serves your household under the property. To give more information about sewer lines, we gathered some information. Throughout this article, we will go over the signs of sewer line problems, sewer line replacement, and repair, discover more about trenchless sewer line replacement, and how New Era Plumbing & Septic can help.


Signs of Sewer Line Problems

  1. Sewer Smell: One of the first and most common signs of sewer line problems is the bad odor. If there is a horrible smell in your house, especially near drains or your toilet, it can indicate a sewer problem.
  2. Slow Drains: Home drains can sometimes be clogged or even too slow. One reason for this can be because of a broken sewer line. Call a plumber to see whether the problem is caused by a broken line or clog.
  3. Sewage Backup in Toilet: A sewage backup in the home can be a common sign of a clogged pipe, but you still need to be cautious about a sewer line problem.
  4. Cracks in Walls: Cracks in walls can be caused by many things, one of which is the sewer line. If there is a leak in the sewage line, it can cause the soil below your house to move, causing cracks. If you notice cracks and new ones forming quickly, contact New Era Plumbing & Septic today.

Sewer Line Replacement & Repair

If you notice any of the signs listed above, it is recommended that you get a plumbing service to help. A repair or replacement service may be offered by them. Repairs are usually done to houses that have cracks in the sewer line. If the cracks or holes are everywhere, the cost of replacing them may be lower. If you are noticing these signs in your house, and they persist despite getting a repair service, it might be a better option to get a replacement service. One of the most common services for this is the trenchless sewer line replacement.

Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement

Trenchless sewer line replacement is a new technology used by many plumbers. This service repairs or replaces a sewer line without the need for equipment that digs a trench across your property. It can also be used to seal up any leaks or replace the entire pipe.

The Plumbing Service Here For You, New Era Plumbing & Septic

Are you looking for a professional plumbing service that can help with your sewer repair? At New Era Plumbing & Septic, we are here for you. With our experience, dedicated staff, and exceptional customer service, sewer lines are no longer a problem. Call us today to learn more about us and our services, or get estimates for your plumbing solution.


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