Fort Worth Sewer Line & Drain Repair

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High Quality Sewer Line Services in Fort Worth

Some parts of our home are so essential that we don’t even notice them until they break down. That’s when we realize how much they affect our lives.

One of those parts is the sewer lines that run under and around our home. If they work well, we don’t think about them. But if they crack or leak, we face huge problems and expenses.

Luckily, we can avoid those troubles by regularly caring for our sewer lines. By using sewer line services, we can ensure those vital lines stay in good shape for a long time.

Don’t hesitate to call us at (682) 268-4077 for affordable sewer line or drain repair and replacement services.

Fort Worth Sewer Line Repair & Replacement

Nothing can ruin your day like a sewer line problem. If you have one, you may not know much about them or how to tell. But don’t worry, we are here to help. Our Fort Worth sewer line replacement and repair experts can diagnose and fix any issues for you. Whether you have cast iron, clay, or PVC pipes, we can handle them all.

Some of the Common Causes of Sewer Line Damage Are:

  • Tree roots invading your sewer pipe
  • Clogs from things like hair, debris, dirt, oil grease, or toilet paper
  • Shifting soil
  • Normal wear and tear from using your pipes
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How Our Team Detects Leaks In Your System

You can trust our certified and insured plumbers in Fort Worth, TX, to find and fix any sewer line leaks. They may be hidden, but we have the latest tools to locate and solve them. We use a video camera to inspect your plumbing lines and identify the source of your problem.

We also check the health and quality of your sewer system and advise you on how to prevent future plumbing emergencies and expenses.

Some of the Signs of a Damaged Line Include:

  • No water in your toilet bowl
  • Bathtubs or sinks that drain slowly
  • Strange smells around or inside your home
  • Bubbling noises from your toilet

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(682) 268-4077

Our Drain Repair & Replacement Options

When you need a sewer line repair or replacement, our skilled Fort Worth drain and sewer repair technician will help you choose the best option. We will explain the pros and cons of each alternative and let you decide.

Traditional Sewer Line Repair/Replacements: This option uses a backhoe to dig up the area around the line and access the problem area. After the repair is done, the backhoe fills up the area. This option may be the only one available sometimes, depending on the type, condition, and layout of your pipes and where you live.

Trenchless Pipelining Repair Methods: This option makes small holes at the start and end of the damaged pipe and pulls a new pipe through the existing pipe. Trenchless repairs are less harmful to your yard and driveway than traditional methods because they disturb less dirt.

Our Location: 4204 Garland Dr, Haltom City, TX 76117


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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do most clogs happen?

Most clogs are caused by soapy slime that builds up inside a drainpipe, especially where there is a drain assembly or a sharp bend. Toilets can handle solid waste, but other drains can only carry water. Hair, grease, soap, food, and other stuff will block a drain.

If all the drains in your house are slow or not draining, the problem is deeper in the plumbing system, the main drain line that goes to your septic tank or sewage plant.

How do you deal with a severe whole-house drain and sewer line problem? We have some options, and we can help you pick the best one for your situation.

Should I repair or replace my sewer line?

While repair may seem like the more cost-effective solution in the short term, it’s essential to consider the severity of the problem and the overall condition of the sewer line.

Here are a few factors to help you make an informed decision:

  • Extent of deterioration: A repair may be sufficient if the damage to your sewer line is minor, such as a localized crack or blockage. However, replacement may be a more viable long-term solution if the line has extensive damage or multiple issues.
  • Age of the sewer line: The age of your sewer line is crucial. Suppose it’s an older line that has experienced repeated problems or is made from outdated materials. In that case, replacement may provide better reliability and longevity.
  • Future maintenance concerns: Consider the ongoing maintenance requirements and potential costs associated with a repaired sewer line versus a new line installation. The replacement may offer greater peace of mind and save you money in the long run.
  • Professional assessment: It’s advisable to have a highly skilled sewer technician inspect the line thoroughly to assess its condition, identify any underlying issues, and provide recommendations tailored to your situation.

How do you pinpoint the location of the issue?

As your Fort Worth drain and sewer repair professional, we use advanced in-line video inspection camera technology to offer affordable solutions for residential and commercial customers.

The camera takes pictures of your plumbing lines and sends them to a device our camera technician operates. These pictures are saved, and a radio transmitter on the camera shows the location and depth of the drain pipeline. Then, the best repairs can be planned and done. This usually means faster and cheaper repairs.

How much does a sewer line cleaning cost?

When you choose us as your plumbing professionals, you can expect to pay $89 for a drain cleaning service in Fort Worth.