Allen Sewer Services

Sewer Line Repair & Installation

Do you know what the most critical piece of plumbing is in your home? All your plumbing fixtures, drains, and pipes are connected to it: your main sewer line. This line is extremely important to each part of your plumbing system and broken or backed up sewer lines can pose serious problems in the form of extensive damage to your property and health risks from sanitation if left unattended.

Thorough Plumbing is just a call away. If you’re having problems with your sewer line, call us right away at (469) 283-6222.

Why Are My Drains Clogged?

Think about how much you put your drains through each day. Your main sewer line processes a lot of waste between your kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry.  The best way to prevent drain clogs is by being vigilant about what you put down your drains, but if you find that you’re still having issues, now may be the time to contact Thorough Plumbing to inspect your sewer line.

We often find sewer issues such as:

  • Root intrusion
  • Cracked or broken lines
  • Grease buildup
  • Sagging lines
  • Rust buildup

Get ahead of your sewer problems! If you are experiencing any of these signs, contact Thorough Plumbing at (469) 283-6222 as soon as possible.

Signs You May Need Sewer Line Repair

Sewer problems can be costly – but there are a few early warning signs you can watch out for to get ahead of the worst damage.

You may need sewer line repair if you notice:

  • Drains backing up. If you experience frequent drain clogs, you may have an issue with your sewer line. Don’t try to fix this on your own; a professional plumber can assess your plumbing system and suggest the most effective fix.
  • Different fixtures clogging at the same time. Are your shower and kitchen sink clogging? This could be because of an individual pipe blockage – or it could be a sign of a larger sewer issue. This could also be a sign that your home needs to be repiped.
  • Lawn changes. Have you noticed soggy patches of grass in your yard or an indentation in the grass? These could be signs of sewer leaks or breaks in the line.

    “Though I did not receive service from this company. When I requested a quote, the owner was quick to respond to let me know the status of his time frame for performing service. He took the time to have a discussion with me and was very knowledgeable and more than willing to teach me a thing or two. Diligently easing my concerns over my plumbing issue and even willing to make a recommendation for a company that could help me. When he does open for business, he has won my loyalty. "Thorough" is definitely justified.”

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