Sewer Cleaning & Repair

Professional Sewer Cleaning Services

Do You Have Healthy Sewer Lines?

Operational and efficient plumbing is an essential component of any household. Although, there's more to your residential plumbing than just pipes and drains. This is generally where sewer cleaning comes in. Being educated about the signs you possibly need sewer repairs are essential to sustaining a healthy living environment. A sewer that's damaged or that requires cleaning can have a range of negative repercussions.

How Often Should I Cleanout My Sewer Line?

For a good precautionary measure, you should have your sewer lines cleaned every 18-22 months. If you are encountering problems more frequently than that, you may need to call a plumber and schedule a video inspection of your pipes.

Your plumber will insert a video camera down through your pipes to help visually determine what other troubles might be creating your sewer back-ups. That video inspection will then make it possible for your plumber to make the appropriate professional recommendations for a repair that is necessary to correct the problem.

Signs your sewer line needs repaired

Signs and Symptoms You Need Sewer Cleaning Services

  • Irregular Water Level in the Bathroom or Sinks
  • Slow-Draining Water
  • Soaked and Spongy Patches in the Yard
  • Bad Smells and Irregular Sounds
  • Experiencing Foundation Issues
  • Infestations Of Rodents Or PestsThat Are Attracted By The Sewage
  • List Various Plumbing Problems

Every bit of plumbing in your home disposes of used water through a sewer line. Like the rest of your plumbing, it's possible for the sewer line to experience complications. This includes clogs that can restrict all the plumbing in your home.

A clogged up sewer pipe can cause a variety of concerns, such as a flooded basement, ruptured pipes, or sewage returning up your drains. If your sewer line is giving you problems, call the professionals at Smiley Drain to help.

Backups Due to Heavy Rain & Storms

During the course of heavy rains, combined sewer systems can become overloaded with too much water. This can easily cause sewer water to back up into your drainage system and in some cases into your house. Sewer backups can be brought on by particular service lines being plugged by grease, waste, or tree roots that break into pipes. This is generally where sewer cleaning comes about. Being educated about the signs you need sewer repair is essential to sustaining a healthy, hygienic living environment. A sewer that is damaged or in need of cleaning can have a range of negative outcomes.

Routine Maintenance for Your Sewer Line

For a good precautionary measure, you should have your sewer lines cleaned every 18-22 months. If you are encountering problems more frequently than that, you may need to call a plumber and schedule a video inspection of your pipes.

Your plumber will insert a video camera down through your pipes to help visually determine what other troubles that might be creating your sewer back-ups. That video inspection will then make it possible for our plumbers to make an appropriate professional recommendation for whichever repair is necessary to correct the problem.