Gurgling noises from the toilet, water draining slow and odd smells from sinkholes in your yard are all signs that you have a broken sewer line. Sewer lines will bust or clog from such things as tree roots, objects flushed down the toilet, or grease and grime build up. They can also break from age, being punctured or crushed.
Sewer Line Repair
If you need sewer pipe repair, our plumbing professionals will check your lines and determine what repairs are needed or lines replaced. Our highly advanced video sewer line inspection technology saves us time and saves you money. This camera is snaked through your sewer line and enables our plumbing professionals to find the location and cause of the blockage. Once we have accurately diagnosed the problem, we will recommend the best approach to your sewer line repair. You will know all costs upfront before any work begins.
$99 Mainline Drain Opening
with FREE Camera Inspection*
*Price per line. Full size external clean-out access required for drain cleaning and video inspection. Residential Only. Valid at participating ARS® / Rescue Rooter® Network locations. Not valid for third party, new construction customers, with any other offers or discounts, or prior sales. Coupon required at time of service. Void if copied or transferred and where prohibited. Any other use may constitute fraud. See service center for details. Cash value $.001. License # 21520
Offer Expires: 12/31/2018
Sewer Line Replacement
For such things as old pipes or severely damaged lines, it’s typically best to have sewer line replacement. While this isn’t a favored option because of the cost, you’ll come out ahead in the long run; if there’s one damaged part in a broken sewer line, there are often many damaged parts. Therefore, paying for each and every part to be patched can quickly exceed the cost for overall sewer line replacement.