Sewer Service in Everett
Without your sewer line working properly, you won’t have access to water within your property. While sometimes a sewer line will burst out on the street requiring Everett workers to drive over and shut off everyone’s water to do a sewer line repair, other situations can be much closer to home or work.
Did you know that you’re responsible for the sewer line on your property? That means, any pipes and lines within your property, should they become damaged, will need to be repaired at your expense.
In the case of improper maintenance, or natural disasters, you’re going to need reliable plumbing and sewer contractors on hand who can help you out, any time of the day or night. That’s where Allen Plumbing comes in!
Unless the need for a full sewer replacement is clear immediately, ever assessment will begin with a video drain inspection through the pipes. Many sewer plumbing problems can be fixed through drain clearing.
By using a drain camera, we can see if there are cracked or broken pipes, corrosion, blockages, bellied pipes, or roots that are interfering with the flow of water into your home or business. Then, by clearing these pipes ideally you can continue on with life as usual.
It’s ideal to continue with regular sewer and drain cleaning so you aren’t faced with major sewer problems in the future.
Sewer Line Repair
Sewer repair services are necessary if there are broken, cracked, or collapsed pipes leading to and including the main sewer line. Leaking joints, and bellied pipes—where a section of pipe sinks into the ground creating a blockage—are also causes for repair.
Another common problem we face often with Everett properties is roots in pipelines. Sewer lines are fairly large, and as a tree grows, its roots can break into that pipe and start growing inside of it. Getting them out is necessary to keep water flowing properly!
There’s a variety of methods that can be used during sewer repair, some that involve excavation, and some that do not. At Allen Plumbing, we always do our best to find the most non-invasive avenue for repair rather than resorting to excavation immediately.
As a sewer company, we don’t just clean and repair, we replace as well. Full sewer line replacement can cost an average of $2,600, and because of this, we offer flexible financing to help you out at this time.
When your sewer line needs replacement, don’t put it off. Act quickly before problems get worse. If you are facing a sewer line replacement and need your questions answered, just give us a call!
Clean Up Your Act
Sewer services are a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it! And, at Allen Plumbing, we’re invested in the work we do. Fully licensed, bonded, and insured, when we arrive to assess, repair, or replace your sewer line, we provide a full line of services.
That means, anything you need, we can do. And, we don’t just hurry through a job—we ensure that when we leave, your plumbing system is safe and secure for many years to come.