Sewer Repairs & Replacements in Broomfield
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If you notice that all of your sewer lines are starting to back up and drain slowly, your issue might not be with several clogs. Instead, your sewer line may be the issue. This can often be further corroborated by the smell of raw sewage somewhere in your yard, certain areas of your lawn growing far thicker and lusher than the areas that surround them, or maybe even an increase in bugs like mosquitos and flies. If you suspect your sewer line may have an issue, you need to get help with your problem right away.
The Broomfield sewer line pros at Craig Plumbing Heating & Cooling LLC can help you with whatever problem you might have. We know how serious these issues are and we know what it takes to properly fix them so your property’s risk is minimized. We offer fast response, reliable service, and repairs that are proven to withstand the test of time. Plus, we’re available for emergencies. You shouldn’t have to be without help when your sewer has a problem, and our team will be there for you as soon as possible.
Have a sewer line problem? Schedule an inspection of your line by calling Craig Plumbing Heating & Cooling LLC at (720) 619-3380 today!
Sewer Repair FAQ
Here are the answers to some of your common sewer repair questions:
Do I Have to Dig Up My Yard to Repair My Sewer?
In the past, the answer to this would have been a certain yes. However, that’s no longer the case today. While some sewer repairs still do require excavation, some problems can be fixed with modern trenchless repair technology. Trenchless sewer line repairs and replacements use sophisticated machinery and methods to replace your line without the big dig, meaning it saves you time, money, and headaches. Find out if one of these services is right for you by having your line inspected by a professional.
How Long Does Replacing a Sewer Line Take?
The answer to this question is going to be unique to every customer. Every project has its own set of circumstances and factors that will influence the process followed and the amount of work that needs to be done. However, we can generally say it takes no more than a few days to perform either type of repair or replacement. A professional sewer expert can provide you with a more accurate timeline after conducting a thorough inspection of your sewer line.
Do I Need to Fix My Sewer Problem Now?
The longer you wait, the worse the problem will get. Sewer problems are particularly bad because if they aren’t properly handled right away, they can be devastating for your property. For one, leaking raw sewage into the soil beneath your property leads to odors at best, and a serious health hazard at worst. However, it can also threaten the stability of your property by causing shifting or sliding of your foundation. The sooner your problem is rectified, the sooner the risk goes away.
How Do Sewer Inspections Work?
Sewer inspections are done entirely internally… meaning from the inside of your sewer line! Our plumbers are equipped with sophisticated drain cameras that we feed into your sewer line from the exit point in order to check over the entire line from a safe distance. These high-sensitivity cameras capture remarkable detail and allow us to see what the problem in your sewer line is before we ever take action. That way we not only know where the issue is, but what it is, and how to properly fix it. This also tells us whether or not your issue requires digging or if it can be done with trenchless technology.
How Do I Avoid Damaging Sewer Lines?
Many sewer problems are the result of long periods of exposure to potentially damaging substances and chemicals. Sometimes this is unavoidable—sewer lines have to be able to handle exposure to some pretty nasty stuff. However, you can help protect your sewer line by being cautious about what you put down the drain. For example, don’t put highly acidic or alkaline materials down the drain, even to remove clogs from smaller drains. Eventually, these chemicals find their way into your sewer and damage it as well as the drain line they were supposed to be fixing.
Get help with your sewer line issues from the team the community trusts! Contact Craig Plumbing Heating & Cooling LLC today.