Sewer Line Replacement and Installation Services

Sewer Line Replacement And Installation Services

A damaged sewer line that’s beyond repair can pose serious hazards and lead to substantial property damage. If you’re facing this issue, you can rely on the expert team at Mesquite Plumbing Inc for cost-effective and efficient sewer line replacement and installation services.

No sewer line project is too big or small for us to handle. Contact our sewer line replacement and installation plumbers today to schedule an appointment at (972) 285-5938.

Sewer Line Replacement

Sewer lines have a limited lifespan, and significant damage can make sewer pipe replacement necessary. Before determining that a main sewer line replacement is the best course of action, our licensed plumbers will thoroughly assess all repair options. We prioritize creating a service plan that’s safe, sanitary, and minimizes disruption to your property.

When the time comes for replacement, we’ll remove your existing main line, ensure proper disposal, and expertly install a new one.

Common Signs Of Sewer Line Problems

Numerous issues can affect your sewer pipes, and since they’re underground, identifying problems can be challenging. Look out for these common signs that may indicate the need for sewer line replacement:

  • Sewage backing up in sinks, toilets, and tubs.
  • Dips or water pooling in your lawn.
  • Foul odors emanating from your drains.
  • Slow drainage in bathtubs and sinks.
  • Sinkholes forming in your foundation.
  • Unusual gurgling noises in your drains.
  • Your sewer lines are over 50 years old.

Sewer Line Installation

We also provide main sewer line installation services for new construction, renovations, or to correct improper placement and installation. Our team will carefully map out the installation area, offer detailed estimates, and guide you through any long-term maintenance requirements. You can trust that we’ll adhere to all state and local laws, regulations, and ordinances to ensure a compliant installation.

Emergency Sewage Pipe Replacement

Most sewer pipe failures are major inconveniences and necessitate emergency services, especially considering the health hazards posed by sewage exposure. Fortunately, our plumbers are available around the clock to diagnose and repair your emergency sewer issues.

If our team recommends sewer line replacement instead of repair, it’s because this approach ensures that your sewer line will no longer leak or cause further property damage.

Why Choose Us for Sewer Line Replacement?

At Mesquite Plumbing Inc, we are committed to helping families regain comfort in their homes. We understand that sewer line issues are major inconveniences, and we strive for efficient solutions. We conduct thorough inspections of your sewer line issues, providing clear explanations of the solutions and pricing. Before commencing work, we ensure you understand the process and any potential disruptions, and we always leave your home as clean as we found it.

Sewer Line Replacement and Installation Near Me

Prevent sewage leaks and safeguard your property with sewer line replacement and installation services from Mesquite Plumbing Inc. Call us today at (972) 285-5938 or request an appointment online.

Sewer Line Replacement and Installation FAQs

Does homeowners insurance cover sewer line replacement?

Coverage can vary depending on the location and cause of the damage. If the damage occurs within your property lines and results from a natural event, it may be covered. Policies vary, so the best way to determine coverage is to contact your insurance provider.

How long does it take to replace a sewer line?

The duration depends on the extent of the damage. In many cases, our licensed plumbers can complete sewer line replacement in a day. On average, it may take anywhere from one to three days.

How long do sewer lines last?

With proper maintenance, most sewer line piping lasts 50-100 years. Clay pipes typically last 50-60 years, cast iron pipes last 75-100 years, and PVC pipes last 100 years or more. However, sewer lines may need replacement sooner due to tree root intrusion, weather damage, or internal corrosion.