Frequently Asked Questions
A typical sewer line replacement can take several days to complete. The plumber must first dig a trench and expose the existing sewer line using large equipment before replacing it.
It’s not a good idea for homeowners to attempt repairing their sewer pipelines on their own, despite many of them doing so for other, simpler home maintenance problems. Seek expert advice if you don’t want the situation to worsen.
If the sewer line is clogged, wastewater and raw sewage will build into your drain. As well as posing a health risk to your family, this could result in expensive repairs to your house.