Getting Help with Sewer Line Repairs

Getting Help with Sewer Line RepairsOne of the worst nightmares every homeowner faces is a broken main line in their septic system. Not only can it ruin your beautiful lawn, it can also damage the inside of your house or even your foundation.

Damaged sewer lines are not something you want to try to fix on your own. Instead, the best option is to go with an insured septic expert who has the knowledge and capabilities to repair even the most complex of drainage dilemmas.

Why Did My Septic Line Break?

Time is one of the biggest causes of septic problems. It’s not just that lines can corrode (although they can) but it’s also because other things happen around the septic line while the months and years pass by. Problems like invading tree roots, accumulation of buildup blocking the drains, and even harsh winter temperatures are some of the most common contributing factors.

Signs You Need a Septic Repair

How do you know if you need to repair an area of your sewer line? Watch for signs of:

  • Odors coming from drains throughout your house
  • Gurgling noises coming from the pipes or drains
  • Saturated areas in the soil around your septic line
  • “Clogged” drains that are slow to drain

If you’re not able to determine the exact cause of your septic problems, an annual inspection will. During the assessment, your septic professional will evaluate the different aspects of the system to identify possible areas where problems may be developing. Routine maintenance makes it easier to avoid unwanted septic system emergencies and keep maintenance costs lower in the future.

For over 15 years, the septic professionals with Metro Septic have served homeowners just like yours. Contact our Roswell experts today for a free quote.

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