Sewer Line Services in Raleigh & Fayetteville
Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electric’s highly trained technicians are committed to delivering frustration-free sewer line services that wow our customers. Whether you need comprehensive sewer line inspection, installation, or replacement services, we’ll quickly and affordably get your sewer line in optimal condition.
Common Culprits of Sewer Line Damage
- Tree roots can grow around and squeeze or move underground pipes
- Corrosion, especially in pipes made of old, outdated material
- Unwanted buildup of scale, hair, grease, waste, and other debris
- Soil shifts and levels changes that can cause misalignment or damage in the pipes
Our Full Suite of Sewer Line Services
Sewer Line Inspections
Everyone should get their sewer line inspected before buying a home, especially a home over 20 years old. It’s common for tree roots to get very comfortable around the pipes by then, and often problems aren’t detectable until the deed is signed and the keys are handed over. Inspections are also prudent as a preventative measure, and if you have frequent and unexplained plumbing issues, the problem could be stemming from an undetectable pipe problem below ground.
Our team of inspectors uses state-of-the-art scope technology to detect the exact cause of pipe problems and their location to design an effective solution.
Call us at (910) 822 – 2866 or contact us online today to schedule a sewer inspection.
Sewer Line Repair & Maintenance
When something’s wrong with your sewer line, we don’t just tell you about it—we fix it! Once we detect and isolate the problem in your sewers, we’ll lay out multiple solutions and explain the benefits and drawbacks of each one so you can make an educated choice that best fits your needs and your budget.
For 24/7 sewer repairs in Raleigh-Durham, Fayetteville, and surrounding communities, call (910) 822 – 2866 or contact us online.
Sewer Line Installation & Replacement
It’s not pleasant to think about, but sometimes sewer lines are just beyond repair. In these rare cases, we’ll help you pick the least invasive, most affordable replacement option that will fix the issue. You may also have to get a new sewer line connected to the city’s main line if you’re building something from scratch – a complex process that Blanton’s can absolutely help with!
In a sewer worst-case scenario, get the support you need. Call Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electric at (910) 822 – 2866 or contact us online today.
Frequently Asked Questions About Sewer Line Services
What is the average lifespan of a sewer line?
This depends on several things, such as the piping material, the proximity of the nearest trees, etc. However, we feel safe saying that a sewer line that’s 40 years or older is in delicate condition. Even if your own home’s sewer line is new, it could be connected to a problem line upstream or downstream. Regular preventative sewer line inspections can help you detect small problems (cracks, bulges, python-like roots) that can become large and costly problems later on.
Isn’t my town responsible for fixing a broken sewer line?
No, not usually. This is a common misconception because if a line breaks on public land, yes, the municipality usually picks up the check. But in most towns and cities, the homeowner is responsible for fixing any damage to the sewer line running directly from their home.
Doesn’t my homeowner’s insurance cover sewer line issues?
Some policies cover catastrophic events, but most insurance policies will not cover damage due to normal wear and tear. Instead of hoping your insurance will come to the rescue, invest in low-cost, preventative sewer line inspections instead.
What causes damage to sewer lines?
The most common culprit in this area is tree roots, especially for homes built over 20 years ago. Then you’ve got your regular wear and tear, scale build-up, shifts in the earth, and even accidental damage caused by nearby construction.
How exactly do I fix sewer line damage?
In the old days, the only thing we could do was dig a big hole in your backyard to access the damaged pipe. Now, we utilize state-of-the-art, trenchless sewer line repair tools that often allow us to repair damaged pipes from inside the system itself. This is faster, easier, and lessens the damage to your outdoor space.
Don’t settle for less. Make Blanton’s Air, Plumbing & Electric your first call at (910) 822-2866 or reach out online!