Protect Your Family with Quality Repairs

Is your sewer line in need of replacement? Linthicum Plumbing & Drain Cleaning, Inc. provides professional sewer line replacement and sewer repair in Linthicum and the surrounding area. Our plumbers have more than 25 years of experience serving the community, and they are fully licensed and insured to ensure your safety. We offer emergency plumbing services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so you'll never be blindsided by a plumbing catastrophe.

When it comes to the safety of your home, put your trust in a team of Baltimore plumbing experts dedicated to protecting your family through all repairs and maintenance. Sewer lines can quickly become one of your biggest problems, especially when they are not properly repaired or maintained.

Reasons to Replace Your Sewer Line

All sewer lines will need to be replaced eventually, but there are ways to tell that your line may be overdue for retirement. If you notice any of these warning signs, it's time to contact a plumber to conduct a full inspection of your sewer line:

  • A persistent bad smell in your yard. The pungent smell of sewage is often a sign that your sewer line is broken. Sewage on your property is a serious health hazard, so it's important to call in a professional as soon as you suspect a problem.
  • Reduced water pressure in your home. Sewer line problems can disrupt the rest of your plumbing system. If you're having trouble with your toilet or any of your faucets, your sewer line could be to blame.
  • Water pooling around your home. If water is collecting in pools in your yard, it's a strong indication that there has been a breach in your sewer line. Water damage can be expensive, so be sure to contact an emergency plumbing service right away.

We use a sewer camera to inspect your line and determine the location of the damage, as well as the cause. With this process, it minimizes the risk of tearing up your line only to find that the sewer wasn't broken after wall. Our goal is to save you time and costly repairs without forfeiting quality of service.

Repair or Replacement?

When you have your sewer line professionally inspected, your plumber will examine it to decide whether the best option is repair or replacement. Using a sewer camera, your plumber will locate the damage and determine how serious and widespread it is. If your sewer line damage is extensive, or if your sewer line has not been replaced in a few decades, your plumber will probably advise you to replace it.