Solving Sewer Line Problems

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Prevent broken sewer lines and clogs by learning to recognize the signs of sewer line problems. At Aloha Plumbing, we're here to offer a few tips and tricks.

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Catching and resolving problems with your sewer line is important to stop small problems from turning into larger, more expensive issues. Here are some things you can do when you are experiencing sewer line problems.

Notice the Signs

Have you been experiencing:

  • Slow draining water
  • Foul smells around your plumbing
  • Mold near your pipes
  • Puddles within your lawn
  • Greener grass
  • Cracks in your foundation
  • An increase in pests
  • Multiple plumbing issues

If these symptoms sound familiar, you may have an issue with your sewer line! Check out our blog to read more about signs your sewer line may need repair.

Schedule a Camera Inspection

If you are noticing one of the signs that your sewer line is experiencing issues, we recommend you schedule a sewer camera inspection. A sewer camera inspection is an accurate way to see exactly what is going on in your sewer in real-time. Oftentimes, camera inspections only lead to small repairs, but can catch future potential problems too!

Know Your Replacement Options

Understanding your options is important when thinking about a sewer line replacement. Our licensed plumbers can provide both traditional replacement and trenchless sewer replacement. Traditional replacement requires a large hole to be dug in order to remove and replace the pipes, while trenchless sewer replacement involves inserting a liquid epoxy resin into your pipes to fill the cracks. If you have questions about which sewer line replacement option is right for your home, don’t hesitate to give us a call!

Our team of plumbing experts at T.J. Huggard Plumbing specializes in camera inspections, sewer line repairs, and sewer line replacements. We will conduct a thorough diagnosis of your sewer line and provide our professional opinions on what repairs or replacements may be needed. We are proud to be a family-owned business serving our American Fork community.

Tips for Preventing Springtime Clogs and Backups

The accumulation of debris, such as leaves and sediment, over the winter months, can worsen these issues, making it essential for homeowners to take proactive measures to protect their sewer lines.