Getting The Right Sewer Repair in Bonney Lake
All of the plumbing on your property is critical. If any line fails, and the water keeps flowing, small problems could quickly cascade into something unmanageable.
But no single pipe has a job as important as the job performed by your sewer line.
Tasked with carrying out wastewater and being fed by every single water line in your home, your sewer line is a high-capacity, out-flowing drain that needs to keep working.
Your sewer line leads to one of two places, the public sewer line, where it then goes to a major water treatment plant, or to a private septic tank.
Whichever system your home is on, a problem with the sewer line means you’ve got plumbing issues that must be addressed quickly. Though their job is unique, sewer lines can be compromised in the same ways that other water lines can be:
- Collapsed or broken lines due to freezing temperatures or foundation shifts.
- Clogs or blockages from waste or debris.
- Age-related leaks or seal failure.
- Tree root growth into pipes
For any problems you’re having with your sewer line, the plumbers and West Coast Plumbing, Pumps and Filtration LLC can help.
Diagnosing a Sewer Line Problem
The good news about a problem with the sewer line is that you’ll likely know it when you see it. The bad news is about a problem with the sewer line is – you’ll know it when you see it. If your plumbing is showing any of the following symptoms, give us a call.
- Slow or Backed-Up Drains
- Plumbing Changes Following Foundation Issues
- Gurgling or Sloshing Sounds
- Unpleasant Smells Near Water Fixtures
- Water Stains Near Basement Floor Drain
- Visible Sewage on Property
- Varying Toilet Water Levels
- Unexplained Sogginess or Sinkholes
- Frequent Basement Drains or Tub Back-Ups
- Sudden Appearance of Rats
Sewer Line Inspections: The Sooner the Better
Our plumbers can diagnose any problems related to your sewer line but will most effectively be able to work if the problem is found early on. Which means if you have any reason to suspect a leak or a clog to your sewer line, don’t wait and see, let us take a look.
Left to get worse, sewer backups or leaks could potentially pose a health risk. Because of the obvious bacteria present in wastewater leaving the home, getting a sewer line problem under control is something that needs to happen quickly.
Wondering How A Sewer Line Inspection Works? Here’s What We Do
Every sewer line repair we perform begins with an exhaustive inspection to determine the problem and the extent of your plumbing issues.
We employ modern, non-invasive techniques that locate the problem and gives us the exact information we need to begin our repairs.
- Septic Systems and Drain Pipe Mapping
- Digital Video-Recorded Inspections
- Well Pump & Sump Pump Evaluations
- Installation, Upgrades & System Repair
- Electrical Component Evaluation and Configuration
- Leak Detection
- Electrical and Motor Programming
Between our experienced plumbers and thorough inspection procedures, we can identify the exact nature of the sewer line problem as well as the best course of action to get it fixed. Every member of our team operates with full transparency and will carefully give a plain-speak explanation of the evaluation results so everything is perfectly understood.
For comprehensive sewer line inspection and repair, give a call to West Coast Plumbing, Pumps and Filtration LLC today.