Sewer Replacement FAQs
What signs indicate that I need to replace my sewer line?
There are a few indications that your sewer line needs replacement, including frequent clogs, backups, unpleasant smells, slow drainage, and cracks in the foundation or exterior walls.
How much does sewer replacement cost?
The cost of sewer replacement varies depending on various factors, such as the length of the pipe, the type of pipe, and the location of the sewer line. On average, it can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $7,000 but can go up to $20,000 or more.
How long does sewer replacement take?
The duration of sewer replacement depends on the complexity of the job, the accessibility of the sewer line and the type of ground cover. On average, it takes around 3 to 5 days to replace a sewer line.
What are the benefits of sewer replacement?
Sewer replacement can eliminate persistent clogs, reduce the risk of sewer backups and potential leaks, prevent costly water damage to your property, improve the water supply, and improve the overall safety, health and hygiene of your property.
How can I choose the right sewer replacement contractor?
When choosing a sewer replacement contractor, consider their experience, licence, and insurance, as well as their reputation, references, customer reviews and their approach to safety. Ensure that the company you choose has experience in trenchless sewer repair techniques, which are less invasive and less expensive than traditional excavation methods.