Professional Water and Sewer Line Repair
Drain cleaning is important when it comes to both clearing a completely clogged drain and preventing future clogs with regular water and sewer line maintenance. Our plumbing pros have the equipment necessary to tackle almost all drain and sewer problems. While it is tempting to resort to certain drain cleaning products on the market, these products rarely deal with the true source of the clog.
Our professional plumbers use high-tech equipment to diagnose the location of a clog without actually tearing apart your walls or pipes to find the source of the clog. This makes it easier to quickly find the clog and come up with an effective way to remove it. Generally, we will be able to address the issue without having to replace a pipe.
We service many kinds of drains: toilets, sinks, bathtubs, sewers, washing machines, and air conditioning condensing lines, just to name a few. For all water and sewer line issues in the Charleston, South Carolina areas, contact the professionals at Plumb Pro®.
Water Line Repair Services
Water is one of those things most of us take for granted. We turn on the faucet, expecting a stream of clean water to come out every time. However, there may be a time when you turn on your faucet and your steady stream has turned into a weak trickle, or you may notice your water is muddy looking. Your water likely comes from a single supply line that runs underground and into your home. These lines can fail, and when that happens, you’ll want to call a professional plumber right away.
Another red flag that there’s a problem with your water line is the sudden appearance of standing water in your yard. If water continues to collect in a certain location on your property, it might mean there’s a leak in your water line, which if ignored, could result in significant issues.
Did you know that bathroom toilets and bathtubs often share the same drain line? This means that you may have a situation where one is clogged and it affects the other one. Sink and laundry drains are often connected as well. Many homeowners commonly make the mistake of thinking there is an issue with their washing machine when it’s really the drain. Having a professional plumber out to address your water line issue is best. You’ll end up saving time, money, and major headaches.
Sewer Line Repair Services
Sewer pipe problems are typically the result of damage caused by tree roots bursting through the pipes, or objects becoming lodged in the main sewer line. Generally, we don’t see burst pipes due to extreme weather in this part of the country, but it has been known to happen on occasion. Of course, there are other factors that can lead to a broken sewer pipe, but these are a few of the main culprits we see over and over again.
A blocked sewer pipe or a break in the line can quickly become a nightmare. Once the sewage leaving the home starts to accumulate or leak out of the pipe, you’ll start to notice foul odors or even worse… a sewage backup. For most homeowners, a slow-moving drain or that telltale sewage smell is the first indication there’s something wrong. If this happens to you, call us right away. It’s best to tackle the issue before you have an even bigger mess (literally) to deal with.
If you notice any of these issues or would like to schedule a water or sewer line repair, give the experts at Plumb Pro® a call. We will be more than happy to provide an estimate before we get started, and we’ll discuss your options with you and help you find a solution that works for you.
Of course, we always recommend preventative maintenance and regular sewer line cleaning for best results and longevity. Drains and lines that are inspected and kept in good repair will serve you longer and will be less prone to failure. Ask about one of our service agreements when it comes to providing the regular maintenance that you need for your home or business. Local businesses can especially benefit from regular drain maintenance since water and sewer line issues could result in unexpected closures and a loss of sales and revenue. Don’t wait; call the pros at Plumb Pro® today!
Our Drain Cleaning Services:
- Bath Tubs
- Washing Machines
- Air Conditioning Condensing Lines
Did You Know...
Bathroom toilets and bathtubs often share the same drain line. This means that you may have a situation where one is clogged and it affects the other one. Sink and laundry drains are often connected. Many homeowners commonly make the mistake of thinking there is an issue with their washing machine when it’s really the drain.
Drain Cleaning Maintenance
Ask about one of our service agreements when it comes to providing the regular maintenance that you need for your home or business. Local businesses can especially benefit from regular drain maintenance.