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Damaged Sewer Line? We Can Fix it!

A damaged sewer line can affect your home’s entire plumbing system. Call PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains experts for main sewer line repair at 843-417-0017.

PlumbSure Plumbing is a family-owned and operated full-service plumber with over 15 years of experience serving residents. Since opening our doors, we’ve met and served many loyal customers and have grown to become one of the most trusted plumbers in the area. Whatever plumbing problem you have, you can count on our team of highly trained professionals, we guarantee it!

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Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
  • Elvenor J.
    “I am very pleased with our complete bathroom rehab. Ray Imes did meticulous work, kept us informed during the process, was very congenial, did amazing cleanup, kept us informed of the schedule, and did amazing custom work that resulted in a beautiful bathroom with a walk-in shower. I highly recommend Plumbsure Plumbing & Drains.”
    Elvenor J.
  • Kelly K.
    “Amazing response time and quality of work! Raymond was very professional and knowledgeable and taught me some things throughout his time fixing our issue.”
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    “Ray managed to squeeze me in the same afternoon that my home warranty company contacted him about fixing my leaking disposal. He quickly diagnosed the problem and replaced my disposal in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed! While he was here, he patiently answered all of my questions. Five stars!”
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Do You Need a Main Sewer Line Replacement?

Most homeowners never think twice about their sewer lines. However, you could have a damaged sewer line and not know it, and the longer you go without sewer pipe repairs, the worse it gets.

Here are the most common signs that you should consider new sewer pipe installation:

Slow Drains

A single slow drain typically means you have a clog in one location. But, if you have slow drains throughout the house, it could signal a blockage in the main sewer line. If this is the case, call a sewer line repair company as soon as possible.

Frequent Clogs

Like slow drains, a single clog is a common household occurrence and easy to deal with. However, if your drain clogs repeatedly, or you have multiple clogs simultaneously, look to your main sewer line as the culprit.

Raw Sewage

One of the worst things that can happen to a homeowner is for raw sewage to back up into the house or on the property. Raw sewage can introduce bacteria and toxins harmful to your family’s health. Sewage backups often happen because of clogs or breaks in the main sewer line. Depending on the damage, a new sewer line installation may be the only option.

Soggy Lawn
Finally, if there are soggy patches on your lawn, it’s probably due to a break in the main sewer line. When a sewer line ruptures, the water can only go up, where it pools around your property. Also, watch out for overly lush patches of grass as a symptom of a broken sewer line.

If you notice any of these issues, call the plumbers at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains as soon as possible to inspect your sewer line and determine the most cost-effective way to fix it.

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5 Ways Sewer Lines Become Damaged

Because sewer lines are buried, you may think they’re safe, but that isn’t the case. Like all plumbing systems, a sewer line does a lot of work and is susceptible to clogs and physical damage, but on a larger scale.

Let’s look at the five most common causes of sewer line damage.


A build-up of grease, hair, soap scum and other debris can cause a clog in your sewer line, leading to backups, overflows, and damage to your sewer line.

Tree Roots

Tree roots can grow into your sewer line, causing blockages and breaks.


Over time, the materials used to construct your sewer line can break down and corrode due to water exposure and soil conditions. This can lead to leaks and, eventually, a collapse of the sewer line.

Soil Shifting

Soil movement from earthquakes or sinkholes can damage or break sewer lines.

Poor Construction

If your sewer line was not properly constructed or installed, it is more likely to experience problems down the road. This could include cracks, joint leaks, or collapses.

Problems in your main sewer line require immediate attention because they affect your entire home’s plumbing system and can become a health hazard.

Whether you need main sewer line replacement or general plumbing repairs, trust the professionals at PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains. Contact us today at 843-417-0017.