Sewer Line Repair
Locally-owned plumbing, repair, and installation services throughout Richland and Lexington counties. Fully licensed & insured.
Sewer Line Repair Services in Lexington & Columbia
A main sewer line blockage is possibly the worst plumbing problem you can have. Left unaddressed, it can back raw sewage up into your home or business, causing a HAZMAT situation and thousands of dollars in damages. Don’t wait. If you suspect your main is backing up, call our sewer line repair team immediately.
Kay Plumbing has served property owners in Richland and Lexington counties for over twenty years. We are licensed and insured for new construction, existing homes, multi-family residences, and commercial businesses.
Sewer Line Repair & Replacement
Sewer line replacement is not a DIY project. Call for immediate help from licensed plumbers near Columbia and Lexington.
- Sewer line installation, inspection, repair, and replacement.
- Blockages identified and cleared.
- Fully licensed and insured for residential and commercial work.
- Voted Best Plumber by Lexington Life.
See our plumbing services page for an overview of our residential plumbing services in your area.
Sewer Line Repair FAQ
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“I think my sewer line is clogged. How do I know if that’s the problem?”
A clogged sewer line can cause seriously disgusting issues in your home, or result in the closure of your business. Here are a few things to look out for:
- Multiple drain backups.
- Floor drains are filling up.
- Sewage in sewer clean-out.
If you see any of these symptoms, call us before things get out of hand. Sewer line clean-out can be tricky, and accidentally damaging the line can lead to much more expensive repairs.
“I handle most of my own repairs. Can I clear a blocked residential sewer main by myself?”
Probably not. Clearing a sewer line requires the use of heavy, professional-grade tools like jetters or power augers, where the risk of accidentally causing further damage is high. If the line needs to be replaced, part of your property may need to be excavated with heavy equipment.
While most daily, household plumbing problems can be fixed by a reasonably handy homeowner, sewer line repair is best left to the professionals.
“What can cause a blocked sewer main?”
Typically, sewer line blockages are caused by either broken pipes, tree roots, or flushing inappropriate items down the toilet. To learn more about troubleshooting for sewer line clogs, see our Plumbing Advice blog.
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