Sewer Line Installation and Repair Service in Allen

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If you are in need of a sewer line installation and Repair Service in Allen Texas, you will want a professional local plumbing company that is going to treat you right—a plumbing company that thinks of their customers like family and offers quality products and Free Phone Consultations! You don’t have to look any further—you just found Allen Texas’s sewer line service specialists at Auger Pros Plumbing & Drain.

Tree Roots In a Sewer Line, Allen Texas

Sewer Line Installation & Repair Services

Auger Pros Plumbing offers complete sewer and drain line installation & repair services in Allen, as well as static testing. Static testing is testing the sewer system. Older homes and businesses can have cast iron sewer systems, which we can repair, as well as PVC. Sewer and drain lines require the proper fall on them, so that waste can flow at the proper speed, not too slow, and not too fast. We have backhoe services available as well, for main sewer line installation and repairs. Cleanouts can also be installed by our plumbers, if needed as that is how our plumbers acces the lines.

Since Sewer lines are typically hidden from sight, property owners may not even realize there is a problem until something goes awry. The last thing you want is for your sewer line to get backed up and push sewage into your home. We recommend regular sewer line maintenance from our trained technicians to keep lines moving and prevent serious problems before they begin. Instead of waiting for an emergency, take advantage of maintenance to save money over time.

Signs your Sewer Line Has Problems:

  • Sewage backup and blockages. Sewage backups can happen every now and then, but if sewage backs up every time you flush the toilet, the problem could be your main sewer line. All your home’s drains rely on the main sewer line in order to drain properly. If you start experience blockages in more than one drain, it’s definitely an issue with your main sewer line.
  • Slow drains. A slow drain can be a common plumbing issue, and most clogs can be solved with a simple fix such as a plunger or drain cleaning. If the simple unclogging methods don’t work to solve the slow drain, the issue can be a deeper blockage somewhere in the main sewer line. Unfortunately, mainline clogs are usually much bigger clogs than require more than simple unclogging methods, but digging into the line itself to access the source of the problem.
  • Lush patches of grass. Your lawn may be looking extra lush than usual, but it may not be a good thing. Sewage acts as a great fertilizer, and if you start to notice very green patches of grass on your lawn, it could be from a leaking sewer line.
  • Lawn indentations. Besides lush lawns, also be on the lookout for lawn indentations. If your main sewer line is cracked, it will saturate the soil around it, eventually causing to dissipate and dip. Walk around where your sewer line is buried, if you notice any shifts in your lawn, it could be time to call a plumber.
  • Foundation cracks. A damaged main sewer line is more than just a plumbing nuisance; it can cause great structural damage to your home. Broken sewer lines left untreated over time can lead to cracks in your home’s foundation, a settled foundation, or even sinkholes.
  • Pests. Unfortunately, a damaged main sewer line can also result in unwanted pests inside your home. Rats and insects can easily squeeze through cracks and gaps in your sewer line and find their way into your plumbing. These pests can be very harmful to your health. If you suspect you have pests in your plumbing, a plumber can conduct a visual inspection of your sewer line.
  • Pools of septic waste. One of the more obvious outdoor signs is if you can see sewage pooling in your yard. If your yard smells foul and there’s a puddle that just won’t go away, the problem could be a cracked main sewer line.
  • Foul odors. An intact main sewer line should be airtight, meaning no odors should escape the pipes. If you start to smell something foul, however, that could mean a leak in the main sewer line. If the scent of rotten eggs and sewage starts leaking out of your drains, it’s time to call a plumber.
  • Mold. Mold can be the culprit of several problems, but the culprit could be a damaged main line inside your home’s walls. A crack in the line can cause enough water to leak into your home which can result in mold growth over time. Mold is harmful to your health, so if you notice mold starting to spread on your walls or ceilings, contact a plumber immediately.
  • Common fixes don’t solve the problem. If it seems you’re constantly experiencing plumbing problems, it’s most likely an issue you can’t fix without professional help. A licensed plumber can not only detect that cause of the problem but safely repair or replace your main sewer line if needed.

What are Some Common Sewer Line Services?

Sewer Line Video Camera Inspection: Sewer lines are all located underground so problems can develop without you even knowing it. Detecting problems can also be difficult because you can’t physically look at your sewer line. Our plumbing technicians use the most advanced equipment to evaluate the condition of your sewer line and find the place where it is blocked, cracked, or collapsed.

We use high tech state of the art video camera inspection equipment to see inside your sewer line. The technician feeds a tiny camera that is attached to a cable through the drains and down your drainage system and sewer line. The camera sends an image, in real-time, of the inside of the sewer line to a handheld screen where it can be viewed by the technician and yourself. This allows us to accurately detect leaks and damage to the sewer line, so we know the exact problem and full scope of the damage.

Sewer Line Trenching Services: Sewer lines generally require trenching, and we have a quality trenching service we are partnered with to save you money. They are experts in digging safely and try their best to minimize as much damage to your lawn, pavement, or landscaping as they can while still getting the job done. Some degree of disruption is usually unavoidable however depending on where the trench needs to be dug to repair or replace your issue.

Sewer Line Service Specialists In Allen Texas!

A clogged or damaged sewer line requires the assistance of a trained professional. The experts at Augerpros Plumbing & Drain will utilize the latest technology to diagnose and locate the problem. Our team can enact a game plan quickly once we are armed with the video footage and then quickly get to work fixing it! We are the Sewer Line Service in Allen Specialists! Call 214-206-6580 today and we will help with all your plumbing needs.



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Tree Roots Blocking a Sewer Line

Sewer Line Services We Offer

  1. Sewer or drain line installation

    Sewer line installation services to homes or businesses can include new service from the city tap, or adding to your existing sewer line in the case of a remodel, or a new fixture installation, such as a toilet, sink, shower, or tub.

  2. Sewer or drain line repair

    Sewer lines can become damaged in many ways. One of the most common is from tree roots in the yard. Sewer lines buried under the soil can be a target for trees seeking moisture. When they finally do penetrate, it doesn’t take much to make the sewer lines back up. If you are experiencing sewer line stoppages in your home or business, this could be the reason. We offer sewer line video services so you can see exactly what is going on. Other drain line repairs include drains to washing machines, sinks, showers, tubs, and more.

  3. Clean Out Installation

    Sewer and drain lines require access to be cleaned out in case of stoppages, and these are called cleanouts. You may have seen caps in your yard or flower bed. If you do not have these, we offer installation of new cleanouts so your plumber can have easier access to your sewer or drain, and cost you less money and less hassle when they need to be cleaned out.

Call (214) 206-6580 today for efficient repairs and courteous, friendly service from AugerPros Plumbing.

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