There are many things that can keep your sewer lines from flowing freely: cracks and leaks, erosion and corrosion, or even an invasive tree root. All of these issues can lead to pooling water or noticeable noises bubbling up in your home.
If you suspect something isn’t right with one of your sewer lines, don’t wait to find out. Time will only make it worse and more expensive to repair. Call Dirt Cheap Sewer for a free consultation by one of our licensed professionals, and
we will get to the root of the problem right away.
What is the typical cost of sewer line repair or replacement in Seattle?
There is no typical cost as each home is completely different in terms of what is needed to fix the problem. That’s why we come out at no charge to scope the line. Then, we can give options on the best way to repair or replace the sewer line. Solutions can range from a simple clean out with hydro-jetting services all the way to full-blown installs with road restoration.
What methods of sewer line repair or replacement to you offer?
Our methods include sewer inspection, general repair, excavation, replacement, pipe bursting, lining, and line maintenance. With our decades of experience, we know no two jobs are alike and pride ourselves in being able to provide expert service in most situations.
Do I need a permit for sewer line repair or replacement in Seattle?
Yes, sewer repairs, installs and replacements are permitted, and Dirt Cheap provides the initial permit and inspection as part of the service. If this is a new service line due to converting from septic or a brand-new construction service, the client is responsible for the connection fees required by the City of Seattle. All jurisdictions are different in terms of what they charge.
Is sewer line repair or replacement covered by homeowners insurance?
Typically it is not; however, you have the option to add underground utility insurance to your homeowners insurance policy to include sewer, water, electrical, and more.
5 CAUSES OF SEWER LINE DAMAGE
Cracked, broken, or collapsed pipes
Clogs blocking the flow of water
Broken seals leading to leaking joints
Tree roots invading your sewer lines
Older, corroded pipes
Occupants flushing items down the waste line systems that shouldn’t be — wipes, grease, thick toilet paper—with low-flush toilets.
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Why choose dirt cheap sewer?
Dirt Cheap Sewer has more than 20 years of experience solving Seattle’s toughest sewer and outdoor plumbing problems.
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