Residential Sewer Line Repair

Trust Estes Services for Your Residential Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Needs

Your home's sewer lines play an important role for your plumbing system, they carry wastewater out of your home. Atlanta homeowners will have to deal with sewer line repair issues at one point or another, but dealing with plumbing repairs in Atlanta, doesn't have to be a nightmare - a trusted plumbing professional will diagnose, repair and/or recommend replacement of your home's sewer lines with knowledge and experience. Estes Services has been in the business of plumbing for three generations and we are up-to-date with current industry best practices. If you have cracked lines, your sewer line repair can not only be costly, but also can cause extensive property damage and severe health risks for your family.

Residential Sewer Line Services We Offer

At Estes Services, we offer a comprehensive range of sewer line services in Atlanta to address any issue you may be facing: Sewer Line Inspections, Sewer Line Replacement, Sewer Line Cleaning, Sewer Line Repair, Sewer Line Clog Removal, and more. Schedule sewer line service in Atlanta with the professionals at Estes Services today!

Signs You Need Your Sewer Line Serviced

There are several distinct signs that your sewer lines need to be inspected and possibly repaired. If you have noticed weird gurgling sounds coming from your toilets or an absence of water inside your toilet, the cause could be a sewer line issue. Another sign is if your bathtub or showers aren't draining as quickly as normal or not draining at all. Also, you might have noticed a sewer smell in your basement or somewhere on your property. An overly saturated lawn in the absence of significant rainfall could be a sign of a leak. A higher than normal water or sewer bill can be an indication that it is a good time to have your sewer line inspected. Lastly, a final sign that is a huge indicator your sewer lines need to be checked immediately, is if there is sewage backing up into your bathtub or toilet.

Common Causes of Residential Sewer Line Problems

There are a few common causes for sewer line problems we often see that can lead to costly sewer line repair bills. Luckily for Atlanta homeowners, some of the following problems are easily preventable:

Flushing Non-Flushable Items:

Not everything can be flushed down your toilet, so it's important to know what you can and can't flush. Even items that seem like they can be safely flushed like "flushable" baby wipes, paper towels, and napkins shouldn't be flushed down your toilet. Stay on the safe side and avoid costly sewer line repairs by only flushing human waste and toilet paper.

Pouring Grease Down the Drain:

Think of your sewer line as the arteries of your home's plumbing system. Pouring grease, fats, and oil down the drain, even if they are hot at the time, can easily clog your sewer lines as it hardens.

Severe Pipe Damage:

Damage to your sewer pipes, whether they're broken or ruptured, will prevent sewage from properly draining causing backups.

Tree Route Damage:

As trees are searching for sources of water, they're often attracted to sewer pipes. If your home's sewer pipes were made from a porous material like clay or the connection isn't as tight as it is with PVC pipe, it can allow water to seep out and tree roots to infiltrate your sewer lines.

Trust Estes Services for Sewer Line Repair in Atlanta

If you noticed any of the problems listed above or you need plumbing service for another reason, call the plumbing professionals at Estes Services. Customer service is our top priority and our team of experienced technicians are here to diagnose your sewer line problem then clean, repair or replace your sewer lines as needed.