Residential Sewer Repair
Serving Hillsboro | Beaverton | West Portland
If your sewer line has sprung a leak or is broken, contact All Pro Plumbing. Not only does sewage produce an unpleasant odor, but it poses health hazards to you and your family.
With more than 20 years of experience, you can always count on us for a thorough inspection and accurate diagnosis. Plus, we offer upfront estimates and believe in 100% customer satisfaction!
Signs You Need a Sewer Repair
Your sewer line has an important job. It carries wastewater from your home and into the sewer main where it eventually gets treated at a wastewater treatment plant. Over time, your sewer line can become clogged from debris and if it’s not cleared effectively, it can crack or corrode.
To help prevent the need for an entire residential sewer replacement, here are some common signs to look for so you can replace them in a timely manner.
- Sewage backups: if your sewer line is clogged, the sewage has nowhere to go so you may experience sewage backing up into your drains.
- Unpleasant odors: even if you can’t see sewage, you may definitely smell it. Sewage has a foul odor, similar to rotten eggs. If you start to notice unpleasant odors in your home, especially your drains, it could be a sign your sewer line is full.
- Soggy Lawn: when an underground sewer line is damaged, sewage may begin to pool in your yard. When this happens, you’ll experience standing water and areas of your lawn that are much greener than other parts.
- Spikes in your water bill: is your water bill surprisingly higher than it should be? It could be a problem with your sewer line. If you can’t seem to explain the rise in your water bill, it might be a good idea to have a plumber inspect your plumbing.
If you think you need a residential sewer repair, don’t wait until the issue gets out of hand. Contact us. We’ll inspect the sewer line, using a sewer line camera, locate the damage, and recommend a solution.
Trenchless Residential Sewer Repair
While traditional sewer line repairs require a lot of digging and time, today’s methods are very cost-effective and require little to no digging. They are trenchless methods called: pipe lining and pipe bursting.
- Pipe lining: if there’s only minor damage to your sewer line, an epoxy resin can be applied to the interior of the pipe. This process uses an inflatable tube to repair leaks, which is removed once the epoxy cures and hardens.
- Pipe-bursting: if the sewer line damage is more than minor, pipe-bursting may be recommended. This process is more invasive than pipe lining, but doesn’t require excavation. Plumbing technicians will feed a cone-shaped bit through your sewer line, destroying the existing pipe, while simultaneously replacing it with a newer one.
Residential Sewer Replacement
If your sewer line is damaged beyond repair, you’ll need to have your pipes replaced. Traditional residential sewer replacement involves digging a trench, removing the damaged pipes, and replacing them with newer ones. If your sewer line is beneath a sidewalk, the process will be more invasive.
Experts in Residential Sewer Repair
Having sewer issues can be quite a headache, which is why it’s helpful to have a reliable and experienced residential sewer repair company there when you need it most. All Pro Plumbing has been providing fast and reliable plumbing services in the Portland and Beaverton area for over 20 years. We specialize in residential sewer repair and replacements. Contact us today or fill out our convenient online form. We offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your lifestyle and household needs.Back to Residential Plumbing Services
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Residential Sewer Repair in Portland Beaverton & Hillsboro OR
Serving Washington County and West Multnomah County