Don’t risk a smelly mess in your yard - or your house - when you have a damaged sewer line. Instead, act quickly and schedule professional repairs at the first signs of an issue. Call TR Miller Heating, Cooling & Plumbing for sewer line repairs and replacements in Naperville, IL. When you call us, we promise to provide on-time, no-hassle services.
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Common Questions About Your Sewer Line
When customers call us to inquire about sewer line repairs and replacements, we hear a lot of the same questions and concerns. Some FAQs we get are:
How long will my sewer line last?
There is no clearcut answer to this. The reality is it depends on the pipe material, the age of the sewer pipe it’s connected to, how close it is to trees, and more.
Am I or the city responsible for fixing a damaged sewer line?
In most cases, the homeowner is responsible for maintaining the sewer line from their home to the sewer main.
What causes sewer line damage?
Sewer line issues can be caused by multiple factors, including tree roots, acts of nature, damage from digging too close to the line, and deterioration.
When to Schedule Sewer Line Repairs
The best way to prevent major damage to your house or property is to catch sewer line issues as soon as possible and schedule professional repairs. Some symptoms that can indicate you need repairs are:
- Your drains are slowing down.
- Several drains are clogged at the same time.
- There is a foul smell of sewage around your property.
- There are bubbling sounds when you flush the toilet.
- There is water pooling up around the sewer line.
- There is water backing up out of your tubs, toilets, and sinks.
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What To Know About Sewer Line Repairs
You might be a little anxious about scheduling sewer line repairs if you’re not exactly sure what to expect. Here are some tips you should know before the repairs begin to put your mind at ease:
- You will not be able to use your sewer or water systems during the repairs.
- You might need to do some cleanup work on your yard after the repairs.
- Before the work begins, ask your technicians about the timeline so you know what to expect.
- Make sure you listen to your technicians when they explain how to keep your line properly maintained.