Installation, repair and replacement of Sewer lines, Septic Tanks
When it comes to repairing your sewer lines, there is no other plumbing specialist you should trust. Damaged sewer lines are an issue that need to be addressed as soon as possible. Sewer pipes are usually the most costly issues in the household to resolve because they pose such a health risk. Sewage carries viruses and bacteria which poses a severe threat to you and your family.
Common bacteria found in sewage and its affect on the human body
- Coli – intestinal infection, respiratory illness, kidney failure
- Salmonella – diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, and vomiting.
- Hepatitis – liver dysfuntion/failure, vomiting, tiredness, abdominal pain, or diarrhea
We know how drastic these may sound and never feels like something that might happen to you, but we believe that it is our duty to make you aware of some of the dangers from a damaged sewer line or backed up sewage.
Signs of a Damaged Sewer Line
It’s important to know the signs of damaged sewer line pipes so you can contact our neighborhood professionals, not only to keep your home safe, but your family.
Symptoms of a damaged sewer line
- Sewage/Toilet backups and blockages
- Sewer odor
- Mold problem
- Slow drain
- Foundation Cracks and sinkholes
- Septic Waste Pooling
- Rodent and Insects
- Flooding around and under your home.