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A single sewer line is responsible for transporting all your home’s wastewater to your municipal sewer system for treatment. When this sewer line becomes clogged or damaged, you may experience issues throughout your home that range from mild to severe, including poor drainage and backups from multiple fixtures at once. Sewer line cleaning and repair is not a DIY task—if you suspect that your plumbing woes are related to an issue affecting your sewer line, it’s important to call your professional plumber as soon as possible to schedule Cape Coral sewer line repair.


There are several potential causes of sewer problems, including the buildup of grease or debris inside the line, tree roots invading the pipe, and even an area of collapsed or dislocated pipe. The best plumbing solution for your problem will depend upon its cause, which is why your plumber will begin your sewer line repair service with a video camera inspection. This allows your plumber to accurately visualize the interior of your sewer line without any digging to unearth the pipe itself. A small camera attached to a long, flexible cable is fed through the pipe until the problem is spotted. Once the location and cause of your sewer line problem are determined, your plumber will go over the best options to address it.


The most common cause of sewer line issues is a clog, which builds up over time as grease, fat, and other debris are flushed through the line. Questing tree roots can break into the sewer line as they search for water, then continue to grow up into the pipe, clogging it as well. If your plumber detects a clog in your sewer pipe, he will use a device called a snake or auger to remove the clog. Snakes may be hand-cranked or motor-powered, and consist of a long, flexible cable with a hooked or pointed cap. The cap will break through or pull up the clog, removing it from the line. In some cases, a technique called hydro-jetting may be suggested, which uses pressurized water to both breaks up a clog and scour away any buildup on the interior of the sewer line. If your sewer line is intact but has developed a clog due to buildup, hydro-jetting can clean out the entire pipe for better performance and a lower risk of recurring clogs over the long term.


If tree roots, collapse, or dislocation are the cause of your sewer line problem, cleaning may not be appropriate or may only be one step in the complete process of sewer line repair. When a portion of the line itself is damaged, your plumber will need to replace the damaged section of pipe; if the line has collapsed or become dislodged, an entirely new length of pipe must be laid for water to flow away from your home and into the sewer system once more. This process can be completed in just a few days and without damaging your yard via a technique called trenchless sewer line repair. Trenchless sewer line repair provides fast, seamless replacement of your existing sewer line to give it an entirely new lease on life.

If you’re experiencing sewer line issues, the time to act is now. Our plumbers are pleased to offer comprehensive sewer line repair in Cape Coral, including 24-hour emergency service. Please visit our website to find out more about our plumbing services and solutions, or read through our blog for more information on common plumbing and sewer line problems and how to prevent them.

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