Sewer & Outdoor Plumbing Services in Utah County
Salt Lake County Plumbing Experts
You probably don’t think about your sewer line very often. That’s the way it should be; a functioning sewer line should be virtually unnoticeable. The sewer line that connects your home or business to the municipal sewer system is a vital part of your entire plumbing system. When you have problems with your sewer line, you’ll know very quickly. Sewer issues can not only be a hassle to deal with, but can pose a health hazard to you, your family, or your employees. Don’t let your sewer problems linger! Call the plumbing experts at Adaptive Plumbing today to get your sewer line fixed fast.
Types of Sewer Problems You May See
If you notice any of the following issues, you are likely facing a problem with your sewer line:
- Sewage or foul odor
- Significantly greener grass around sewer lines
- Flooding in your lawn or around your foundation
- Gurgling sounds coming from your drains
- Backed up sewage in your toilet, bathtub, or sink
- Slow or backed up drains
- Low water level in your toilet
Each of the issues noted above can indicate a problem within your plumbing system. An expert can tell you where this problem is located. If it turns out to be an issue with your sewer line, it is an issue that should be addressed immediately. A broken sewer pipe can expose you and your loved ones to untreated sewage, a serious health hazard. Letting this problem linger can not only cause health problems but can also cause a cascade of other problems in your plumbing system, which can lead to costly repairs.
You can keep your sewer line in good condition with regular maintenance and inspections. A good plumber can help you inspect your system and help you identify areas that could lead to future problems. For example, older homes with outdated pipes, such as clay or even cast-iron, are susceptible to broken or blocked sewer pipes. In these cases, your plumber may recommend a total pipe replacement. In other cases, you might be able to reline your pipes, saving you the headache of digging up your yard. Depending on your particular situation, your plumber will help you understand what the best approach is for fixing and maintaining your sewer lines.
For more information about the sewer and outdoor plumbing services we offer, please call (801) 997-6199 or contact us online.