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Sewer line repair & replacements in San Diego

sewer line repair replacement

Want to replace or repair your sewer line? If so, then keep reading.

A functional water line is a key to comfortable living. So emergency issues need to be dealt with and fast.

Ignoring sewer line problems leads to an escalating set of issues. They include bad odors and the need for a full pipe replacement.

Plus, as a home or office owner, dealing with those issues is frustrating. It requires certain expertise, so it isn’t a DIY job.

Almco Plumbing is your sewer line repair and replacement contractor! Keep reading to find out, because below, we’ll discuss the causes of water line damage and how to get them fixed!

Causes of water line damage

Foreign objects and debris in pipes

Sewer lines are built to deal with toilet paper and human waste only. Flushing difficult objects down a toilet (like wrappers and plastics) can lead to blockage. After all, they disintegrate properly as they move through a water line. So the blockages caused are difficult to fix by technicians. Grease and cooking oil are other pipe blockers for kitchen pipes. We recommend pouring those into containers, letting them cool, then disposing them into trash cans.

Corrosion

Most cast iron and steel pipes are galvanized for rust prevention. Regardless, they can still suffer from corrosion caused by magnesium and calcium build-ups, which are created by inner wear and tear. Left unchecked, corrosion leads to cracks and leaks that require a full replacement.

Tree roots

Another cause of water line damage. Tree roots follow nutritious water sources as they grow, especially if they carry waste. Pipes most susceptible to sewer damage are those made from clay. After a root comes into contact, it’ll usually wrap itself around a clay pipe, often leading to breakage.

Extreme temperatures

Extreme cold weather can lead to frozen pipes. Those pipes may rupture from internally frozen water. Extreme heat also damages pipes, leading to faster corrosion.

How to detect sewer damage

Draining problems

Some blockages happen from pipes leading directly to a shower or faucet. However, main sewage lines are harder to detect. Those are only detectable if multiple water faucets are blocked simultaneously. Toilets can also indicate severe blockages. Gurgling sounds from one are a sign to look out for. In this case, your drain line needs repair.

Bad-smelling yards

Another sign of broken sewer pipes. Sewers are normally buried six feet below ground, and in hotter climates, broken pipes show their stench fast. Sometimes, you may see a pool of water. That’ll indicate a leak if the pipe is closer to the surface. In that case, the smell will be a clear telltale sign.

Mold on walls and floors

This is a sign to watch out for inside a home. If you detect that, call a plumber immediately.

Main sewer pipe repair and replacement

If your main sewer line is broken, then you’ve got 2 options. The first is to perform a DIY job. You can dig a trench and do a tedious fixing job, which is usually a waste of time and money. The second is your best bet. You can repair a sewer without using a trench. That option is best administered by technicians. It all starts with a video camera entered into a sewer line. From there, the areas that require repair are detected. After that, one of two solutions are chosen:

  • 🔹 Pipe Bursting. If a sewer is excessively damaged, an invasive trenchless approach might be required. That’ll involve pushing a cone-shaped bit into your water line, replacing older pipes with a new one. This is an expensive and time-consuming option, though it doesn’t necessitate much excavation.
  • 🔹 Pipe Lining. The cheaper option. With minimal damage, technicians can insert an inflate tube into your pipe. It’ll then inflate to cover the area of damage, acting as replacement to the damaged line. That proxy hardens overtime, fully obstructing the leak.

Regardless of the option you choose, be sure to call a technician. They’ll fix your pipes with little collateral damage and effort!

Leave a request for sewer line repair and replacement services

Looking for sewer pipe repair companies near me? Call Almcoplumbing for sewer line repair and replacement at a reasonable cost. Our specialists are able to clearly determine the cause of the damage to the sewer pipes and replace the sewer lines from house to main. You will forget what an unpleasant smell, leaks, and mold are! Leave a request right now!

Call Almco Plumbing, San Diego, California: (858) 209-7214
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    FAQ

    • We call the cost of sewer line repair & replacement only after estimating the amount of work. We do our best to be as honest and accurate as possible. You can count on our sewer line repair and replacement prices to be affordable and consistent with the quality of service.

    • It is very easy to book sewer line repair & replacement with us. You can go to the bottom of the page and fill out a short form. Or you can go to the Booking page and leave your details there. Choose a convenient day for you and be sure – we will arrive at the specified time.

    • The specialists from Almco have more than 10 years of experience in sewer line repair and replacement. Before the procedure, we carry out a thorough inspection in order to accurately assess the scope of work and select a method that will preserve the pipes. Our prices are fair, and our specialists work carefully. We are always polite and punctual.

    • Yes, if you live in San Diego. You can book sewer line repair and replacement if you live in Santa Fe, Allied Gardens, Point Loma, North Park, Mission Valley, Carmel Mountain, and other areas of San Diego. A complete list of places where we work can be found on the Areas Served page.

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