Sewer Line Repair
Pipe Master Plumbing has 20+ years of experience repairing and installing nearly every type of project.
Whether you need a leak fixed, want to install a tankless water heater, need major plumbing renovation work done, need excavation and water lines repaired, or you just want a new shower head system installed…
We have you covered.
Our team is competent and guarantees the that the job is done right or our labor is free.
Sewer Line Repair in Franklin, Brentwood, Columbia, Spring Hill, and Mt. Pleasant, TN.
From clogs in your toilets to old pipes leaking, when your sewer lines are damaged your plumbing system becomes vulnerable to frequent back-ups because the pipes aren’t draining properly.
If you have a sewage back-up in the home, you’ll need to get the affected cleaned, and the blockage removed as soon as possible. A restoration service can help you with the clean-up while our licensed and experienced team can help you with the sewer line repair.
We’ll clear blockages and make sure any leaks or other to the pipes is repaired. Call us at (931) 215-1693 anytime when you’ve had a sewer back up.
With any sewage spill, make sure to block off the affected area, and keep children and pets away from it. Avoid any contact with bare skin. Wear protective clothing like rubber boots and gloves, coveralls and face masks, if you need to go into the affected area for any reason.
If you have older pipes, or your pipes are rusted or corroded, you may want to consider getting the system replaced. One leading cause of sewage line damage is tree roots breaking through the lines or crushing the pipes. The roots may need to be removed and pipes repaired or replaced.
We Can Repair Sewer Lines and Exterior Water Lines
Signs of Sewer Line Damage
Sewer lines affect every area of your plumbing from the kitchen sink and fixtures like garbage disposals to washers, as well as the bathroom, and even the main water line. That’s why it’s important to stay on the lookout for common problems that could lead to sewer line repair.
While clogs are a common problem, when you begin to see multiple clogs at the same time, especially in areas you rarely use, you could have a problem in your sewer line. If you have water backing up in other drains after using the plumbing, this could indicate a sewer back up. If you notice bubbles when you flush or when your sink drains, the bubbles are a result of air pockets forming because of a clog. Toilets that aren’t flushing well or are gurgling after you flush may indicate clog, and sewer line repair may be required.
Other indications of sewer line problems include sewer odor smell, and mold growth due to leaking pipes and moisture build-up. A foul odor is a definite sign there is a crack or other opening in the sewer line. An underground sewage leak may cause patches of grass to appear greener or more lush than usual, or you may discover soft spots or indentations in your lawn.