Call 805-287-8045 today for the Paso Robles, CA area's top plumbing professionals in sewer line repair and replacement services. With years of experience, we're sure you'll find that the courteous, quality service you will receive from Zeek's Plumbing will be second to none.
A Blocked Sewer Line
It is among the most dreaded disasters that a homeowner can face. The idea of a clogged sewer line that sends wastewater backing up into the home is enough to make anybody shudder. The mess and nasty smell makes it unpleasant to be in your home, and the damage to your possessions as well as to the structure can be substantial.
A clogged sewer line is typically caused by an accumulation of grease and crud inside the pipe, typically the result of greasy or fatty foods being sent down the drain. The sticky build up then catches passing debris and solids such as hair. The flow of wastewater becomes increasingly restricted until it is finally completely blocked.
Another common source of a sewer line problem is a blockage caused by the growth of roots from nearby trees into the sewer line.
Typical Indicators of a Problem with Your Sewer Line
A few of the most prevalent indicators that your sewer line might be in need of repair include a pungent, unpleasant odor arising from your drains, unusual gurgling sound coming from the pipes, and also water rising from your drains.
Calling In the Pros
A blocked or damaged sewer line requires the assistance of an experienced professional. The professionals at Zeek's Plumbing will utilize the latest technology to diagnose and locate the problem. If needed, we might employ the use of a small video camera made to travel through your pipes in order to locate and visually inspect the precise nature of the problem.
Repairing or Replacing a Sewer Line
If we discover that the nature of your problem is a blockage caused by grease or tree roots, the most effective remedy might be a technique called hydrojetting; which uses pressurized water to blast away any foreign object restricting the flow of water.
On the other hand, should we find that the problem is a damaged or collapsed sewer line, a repair or total replacement might be required. Luckily, we have several techniques to complete the job that require a minimal amount of excavating. That means the repair can be done without significantly affecting your lawn, landscaping or paved driveway.