When to Replace Your Sewer Line

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Exposed sewer lines

Your sewer is not a topic that you probably find yourself talking about very often. At the same time, this is probably one of the most important systems in your home. It is how all of the wastewater that you and your family generate safely exits the home and makes its way from the property. Because this entire system of pipes and fittings is below ground, you probably do not even think about it. Nonetheless, you will want to look out for the following signs that it is time to replace your sewer line.

Puddles With a Foul Smell Appear In Your Yard

As you can imagine, wastewater does not smell very good. Thankfully, you do not have to worry about this when your sewer is working properly. If there is an issue, you will often notice it in your yard. If you start to notice a buildup of water where there shouldn’t be, and that area has a wretched smell to it, that is a good indicator that a sewer pipe line repair is in your future.

Bubbling Water Appears In Your Toilet

If you turn on your sink and you notice that the water in your toilet bowl begins to bubble, that is not a good sign. It could be something as simple as a clog in your bathroom, or there could be a serious issue with your sewer. Consult LeadingEdge Plumbing & Rooter out to take a look

All of Your Drains Are Working Slowly

One drain that is not working properly probably just means that you need to give it a good cleaning. If all of your drains are working slowly, then your sewer may have a problem. This is an indication that you need a sewer line replacement.

If you are experiencing any of these problems, call us right away. LeadingEdge Plumbing & Rooter is always available to help with sewer line repair. If you need us to replace a sewer line, we can do that as well. Call us or fill out the form to schedule an appointment.

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