If your toilet smells sour, or you’ve experienced rancid pools of water in your yard, chances are you need a sewer replacement service. Sewers are the primary example of out of sight, out of mind, so when they back up and need replacing…it’s a major inconvenience.
Some other signs include the water in your toilet not draining—or not filling properly—and even the enjoyable moment when your toilet overflows into your main living quarters. These are all things that could happen if you don’t get your sewer replacement done when it’s first apparent you need one.
Think It’s No Big Issue?
When a sewer is compromised, you run the risk of waste not being properly transported away from your home. Roots could have broken into the line, or perhaps a series of pinhole leaks developed along the path of the pipe. Thinking that you can put off a sewer replacement is simply asking for your toilets to no longer work properly and your home to smell sour with backed-up sewage.
Sewer Replacement Service Options
When it comes to replacing your sewer line, you could either do it piecemeal or all at once. The piecemeal option can be a good pathway should you only need to replace one section of the pipe. With more significant issues, however, you’re best option is the full sewer replacement service.
Sewer Replacement Service Benefits
Some of the clearest benefits of replacing your sewer line include more efficient drainage, no smell coming from your pipes, and improved water pressure. This also creates a healthier environment in your home from waste material draining away from the house properly.
Another benefit to sewer replacement is eliminating any persistent wetness or standing water that may have cropped up in your yard. The kind of water that seeps from a broken sewer line isn’t what you want watering your landscaping.
Sewer Replacement Service Features
The 3 Mountains Plumbing team is skilled in sewer replacement. When they arrive at your property to replace a broken sewer, the first thing on the menu is to dig out the ruined line. This is generally done with a backhoe to make sure you can to the problem pipes, the first time.
Next, the broken line will get taken out and replaced; this could be with a plastic line or some other material. Plastic lines allow for proper seating on any older pipe you plan on leaving in. Once the job is done, the 3 Mountains Plumbing team will replace your landscaping and even any concrete they ruined on your property.