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The Top Warning Signs That You Need a Sewer Line Replacement

The Top Warning Signs That You Need a Sewer Line Replacement

The sooner that you detect a sewer line clog or breakage, the more likely it is that you will be able to fix it.

Your home’s sewer line is one of the most important pieces of your household plumbing, and if it suddenly becomes clogged or damaged, it could wreak havoc onto your property. Offset or damaged pipes could end up costing you a lot to replace or repair. The sooner that you detect a sewer line clog or breakage, the more likely it is that you will be able to fix it all up without the considerable hassle or cost. Damage does tend to worsen as time passes. Watch out for the following warning signs that might indicate that it is time for a sewer line replacement.

Slow Draining Bathtubs and Sinks

When you’ve got a sewer line issue, your toilets, sinks, and even bathtub might drain slowly or not at all. Various fixtures might be affected by this issue. For instance, if you were to run the washing machine and the toilet begins to overflow, or the laundry room sink backs up, that is a definite sign of a blockage occurring somewhere in the drainpipes. After all, that water has to end up somewhere.

Suspicious Noises = Time for a Sewer Line Replacement

Also, if you hear gurgling noises when you flush, this could be a sign of a blockage in your drain system. These types of noises might be an indication that tree roots are to blame for your drain’s blockage. Root systems are also one of the biggest culprits of any main sewer line problems. So if you’ve got a large tree near your sewer line, its roots could be the issue. This is particularly the case if you have an older sewer that is made of concrete or clay because roots can then work their way inside the pipe through pipe joints. Tiny feeder roots can also make their way inside, seeking moisture. Once they’re in, they’ll grow more massive.

A Constant Need to Plunge

If it seems like you’re experiencing a lot more clogged toilets than you used to, that is a significant indication that the real clog issue might be farther downstream in your drainage system. The same could be said with your kitchen sink. If it’s running slow or clogging more than it used to, then it could be time for a sewer line replacement.

Request Some Assistance

A sewer clog can’t be treated with a simple plunger or over-the-counter chemicals. To clear the sewer line for a replacement, a professional service is usually required. Consider the certified plumber experts from Mahon Plumbing to give you a hand!

Call Mahon Plumbing Today

If you still have more questions regarding your plumbing, we here at Mahon Plumbing are here to help. We have been serving the wider Baltimore area since 1994, so we have 25 years of experience to back up our fantastic service! Call us at our Baltimore location at 410-766-8566 or our Pasadena location at 410-636-7944. Be sure to keep up with us on social media by following us on Facebook or Twitter.

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