Sewer and Water Line Repair and Service
With M & B Services, you can have your water lines and sewers cleaned and repaired as needed. Professional sewer and water line repair service is available to diagnose your problems when needed.
Blockages in drains and sewer lines are common plumbing problems. It wasn’t possible to determine the cause of the problem until fairly recently, aside from digging up the pipes. The good news is that now a sewer-line camera can make finding and repairing the problem a lot easier and less expensive. It might be time for a video inspection if your toilet water is bubbling, when your shower or tub backs up when you flush, or if your faucets are bubbling.
One of our experts can locate blocked drains and sewer lines using a fiber-optic camera snared through the line. It is even possible to record the inspection to allow you and your plumber to discuss the problem and decide on the best approach.
It might be a good idea to conduct another inspection after the repair to make sure there are no other persistent problems. Get an upfront estimate for repairs from M & B Services – we’ll find the problem and offer you an upfront estimate.
In most cases, tree roots are the leading cause of sewer line damage, because they are searching constantly for moisture, which often finds its way into the pipes. Even concrete and PVC pipes can become infected by roots over time. Older clay tile pipes are the most susceptible.
Clogged or broken sewer lines are caused by a variety of factors, including root damage. Foreign objects may get stuck in the pipes. It is possible for sewer lines to buckle or break due to extreme temperature changes or general deterioration. It may also occur due to improper installation or ground shifting.
In homes with bathrooms below the main sewage line, you’re likely to have sewage ejector pumps. In a septic tank, the sewage is raised to the level of a sewer line to allow it to be flushed to the public sewer. Waste water will not move on its own, so it needs some help.
For M & B Services, replacing or repairing a sewage ejector pump is a job. You can count on us to:
- Properly sizing the pump to fit into your home’s existing plumbing system
- Recommending either a standard sewage ejector pump or a sewage grinder pump
- Ensuring the pump meets all local plumbing codes
In the event of a sewer line backup, you will have major plumbing issues which only a professional sewer repair service can solve. It’s time to call us if your toilet bowl is making a gurgling sound or if your drains are running slowly. Get in touch with us today! What is causing your sewer line issues?
Sewer problems used to require excavation on a large scale, followed by extensive yard repairs once a line repair was completed. An easier and faster way to repair sewer lines over a landscape is with trenchless technology. By avoiding a large excavation of the property, we save our customers time and money.
There are two ways to repair trenchless sewers. As a high-density pipe is pulled through the old, weak line, it is blown apart. Relining a pipe involves placing a fiberglass line within the damaged pipe in order to seal any damage, creating a long-lasting repair.
Your M & B Services sewer line professional can recommend the repair method that is best for you.
Water line leaks may appear small at first, but if you wait much longer, they will only get worse. This is why you should call the pros before a small problem becomes something bigger that costs a lot to fix.
With M & B Services, you can rest assured that your plumbing issue will be diagnosed and resolved before it gets out of hand. Contact M & B Services today if your line is damaged.