“Five Stars for Fix & Flow! We had a whole house drainage issue. They were quick to respond and got everything flowing again. Customer service is beyond anything I’ve ever experienced with a plumbing service.”
“My mainline water pipe burst and I noticed pools and puddles of water on my front lawn. The team quickly solved the problem and repaired the leak for a reasonable price. I would highly recommend their services for their promptness and professionalism. A true blessing.”
“This was an emergency, and Anthony arrived within 1 hour. He examined the problem, found the issue, stopped the leak and fixed the pipe very quickly. Thank you!”
One common residential sewer issue is tree roots growing into the sewer line. Tree roots can cause serious problems if not addressed. The roots grow into the line and block it, preventing water and waste from flowing properly. It can damage your home or yard, leading to a costly and unpleasant cleanup. This is especially common given Atlanta’s dense foliage. It often occurs in the Spring growing season. This involves using a specialized tool to cut the roots or replace the damaged part of the sewer line. It requires the work of experts. Our plumbers are well-experienced and always ready for any challenging task. We always start with a camera sewer inspection to confirm the problem’s nature and location.
If we determine the root growth, we’ll deploy hydro jetting to clear the roots. Using a high-pressure water stream clears blockages and debris from the sewer or drain. Replace a section of any failed sewer line to restore adequate water flow to your drain.
Other items may impede proper wastewater transfer, the line could be fully or partially blocked, which won’t allow anything to pass smoothly. If multiple drains are standing in, then the problem is not far away. Sometimes, grease can build up in the sewer lines and block wastewater flow. This is more common in businesses. This can also happen in homes if people wash grease down the sink instead of getting rid of it properly. Some chemicals are effective at dissolving grease and other organic matter. Blockages may also occur if items other than toilet paper or waste have been flushed down the toilet. Flushed baby wipes, personal care products, child’s toys, and paper towels can build up in the sewer. It can cause blockages over time.
Many homes in Atlanta still have old cast iron drain pipes and clay sewer lines. These antiques have long surpassed their service life. Their failure is almost inevitable. Sewer deterioration is often overlooked by many. Everyone plans to replace their roof, but the sewer pipes often take the backseat when they should be at least as much of a priority as roofing. After all, no one will live in a house without a functioning plumbing system. Sewer lines can get damaged and need to be fixed or replaced for age, bad installation, or other reasons. Failure to correct any issues can cause your yard to flood and develop sinkholes. It can also lead to sewage backups on the property.
Our plumbers are trained and equipped for any type of sewer line work. Sewer line replacement is usually a heavy-duty job. Sometimes It requires excavation to access the drain lines. It becomes necessary to excavate the sewer line to repair or replace it. We will try to minimize our impact on your lawn and offer grass reseed. Straw at the dig site when we are done. For an additional charge, we even provide safe removal and replacement of plants. We also provide sod that customers want to be preserved.
Here’s how we successfully resolve your sewer and drain issues:
Contact us for more information on Atlanta sewer inspection and sewer line repair. We’ll identify the problem with your sewer line. and We will provide the best solution to restore proper drain service.