Working with sewer lines and drain pipes are not easy tasks. With reduced visibility and a variety of issues that go wrong, it’s important to choose a professional sewer expert for your next sewer line repair service.
At First Choice Plumbing Inc, we offer exceptional sewer line and drain pipe repair and installation services for homeowners in Gainesville, FL. Whether you are looking for an emergency fix or a comprehensive installation, we have the tools and ability to get the job done with minimal disruption to your routine.
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Common Signs You May Need Sewer Line Repair
Although it’s impossible for a homeowner to see the drain pipe or sewer line without special equipment, there are a few common signs and symptoms that are easy to notice that point to a potential sewer line or drain pipe problem. Some of the most significant issues include:
- Dirty water backing up into your sink, tub, or toilet.
- Slow-draining water in the sink or tub.
- Difficulty flushing the toilet.
- Waiting a long time for the toilet to refill after flushing.
- Foul odors coming from the drain.
Any number of these issues suggest a problem with the drain or sewer that could require repair or sewer drain replacement. As soon as you notice something amiss, contact First Choice Plumbing Inc for a comprehensive sewer line inspection.
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What Causes Sewer Problems?
Sewer line problems are often unavoidable and unexpected. Any of the following events can lead to needing sewer line replacement or repair in your home:
- TEMPERATURE SPIKES: A sudden spike in the temperature will cause the ground to shift and could result in the sewer or drain pipe shifting or moving underground.
- ROOTS: We tell all our clients to refrain from planting trees near the sewer line because root systems can burst through the pipes, causing immense damage.
- WEAR AND TEAR: Over the years your sewer will experience wear and tear that will result in you needing a new sewer pipe installation.
- HUMAN ERROR: If you are planning construction to your home, make sure you know the location of the sewer line so it does not accidentally get damaged during a digging project.