Inland Empire Sewer Line Repair Services
Skilled Solutions to Your Sewer Line Problems in Yucaipa, Riverside & the Surrounding Areas.
If you are having issues of any kind with your sewer lines, call in the team at Schuelke Plumbing. Our Inland Empire sewer line repair experts provide prompt, thorough, friendly service when you need it. Whether you need help fixing blockages, broken pipes, leaking joints, corrosion, or even tree roots in your line, we have the training, equipment, and skill to complete the job quickly and thoroughly.
We are the Inland Empire's trenchless sewer repair experts, and we offer lifetime warrantied repairs underground that can save your garden, driveway, and patio. Contact us today to learn more.
No Matter How Big or Small the Job
Our team is proud to offer comprehensive sewer repair services. Customers can expect:
- Camera inspections for only $75 with every sewer cleaning
- DVD/ VHS copy of work and detailed reports for your records
- Lifetime warranties
- Sewer experts in root removal
- Cutting-edge technology
- As little damage as possible to landscaping & driveways
- A final inspection by a Schuelke supervisor before payment
- 100% Satisfaction guaranteed
- Prompt arrivals and efficient work
- Job sites are cleaned and sanitized before we leave
- Extensive experience in dealing with insurance companies
Video Sewer Line Inspections
No matter what leak or blockage you are dealing with, Schuelke Plumbing can help you to get your sewer lines fully functional in no time! Our team is proud to be trained in state-of-the-art diagnostic methods. We are able to find the issues in your sewer systems with a camera, rather than have to dig up your yard and make a mess just to find the problem.
Sewer Line Repair Specialists
With a comprehensive range of plumbing solutions, Schuelke Plumbing can help you to handle serious sewer line issues such as collapses and root damage. We also offer trenchless repair to make repairs without digging into your yard.
New Sewer Systems
If you need new sewer lines, then you need our Inland Empire plumbers. Not only do you benefit from our extensive experience, but you receive the highest level of service and a flat rate up-front price.
Sewer Line Repair Frequently Asked Questions
Are you worried that you need a sewer line repair? Perhaps you are already aware of an issue with your sewer line that needs fixing. You probably have a lot of questions about this possibility. Below you’ll find some of the most common questions and the best answers.
1: Do I Really Need To Replace My Sewer Line?
You might be wondering whether you need to arrange sewer line repair & replacement services. If you noticed recurring drain issues in your home, this could point to an issue with a significant problem with the sewer lines. In some cases, it will be possible to fix a clog or issue. In other cases sewer lines and lateral lines will need to be replaced or repaired. Common signs a replacement is necessary include:
Water fixture malfunction - if water is constantly backing up in sinks or toilets this is a red flag.
2. Should I Fix ANY Leakage In Sewer Pipes Immediately?
You may be curious whether you need to call for a professional water and sewer line repair as soon as you notice a leakage. If this leak isn't repaired or handled can end up costing thousands in damages. So it’s crucial that you get it repaired as quickly as possible. A leak can also lead to further problems in your home.
3. How Often Do Sewage Pipes Leak?
Sewage pipe leaks, you’ll be pleased to hear, are not that common. Leaks are usually due to a specific reason, many of which can be quickly fixed such as an blockage of sorts. Other issues can be caused by tree roots growing into the line and old age. Decades of exposure to the worst conditions can cause your sewer lines to fail. Have an older home? You may be more susceptible to this.
4. How would you diagnose that the Sewer Line Has Been Clogged?
There are various signs that your sewer line is clogged. You might find that a drain is slow moving, has a foul smell or is causing water to back up. You might also find that sewage is draining out of your home’s sewer clean out. As well as this, sewage will also start to come up through the floor drains of your property, creating a nasty smell.
A professional, like Schuelke Plumbing, will be able to diagnose and locate the cause of the blockage before removing it for you.
5. What Causes A Sewer Drain To Clog?
Various issues can cause your sewer drain to clog. This includes greases, oils and tree routes. You may have small children and it’s not uncommon for them to throw something down the toilet such as a toy. High volumes of hair can also cause your sewer to clog up quite quickly. Roots of trees are typically a problem for older homes.
6: Do I Really Need A Video Inspection Of My Sewer Line?
A video inspection is one of the most accurate and reliable methods for finding a clog or a leak in your sewer line. If you want the best results from a survey or inspection, this is an ideal option and can provide fast results.
7: How Do I Find My Sewer Line?
There are various ways to find your sewer line. You could ask the previous owner, or locate the septic tank. The line for the sewage will follow a straight path from the house to to the tank. Alternatively, you can take a trip to your local zoning or building office. They will provide maps for the sewer lines connected to your property.
8: How To Fix Sewer Lines?
Fixing sewer lines isn’t a job you can complete yourself. Instead, you will need to contact an expert plumper or repair contractor. They will be able to provide you with the right solution whether that’s a repair or replacement.
9: How Much Is The Average Cost Of A Sewer Line Repair?
The average cost of this repair is roughly $2,600, but it can be a lot more depending on the severity and your location in the US. If the sewer line breaks underneath the street but before the tap, the cost could exceed $10,000 as well.
Call our offices today at (909) 343-5701 to get started with a free estimate and never have to worry about your sewer lines again! We serve all of the Inland Empire, including Yucaipa, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties.