Tuckers Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Sewer Line Repair’

Is Your Sewer Line in Trouble?

Monday, May 6th, 2019
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The sewer line is an essential part of how indoor plumbing in a home operates—even though most of the line is outside of the house. Without a sewer line, your house cannot remove liquid and solid waste from the kitchen and the bathrooms, and you can guess how terrible that can soon make your home life!

Fortunately, sewer lines are constructed to last for many decades. They will eventually begin to deteriorate, however, or they may have roots infiltrate them and create blocks and gaps. If your residential sewer line is in any kind of trouble, you’ll want to identify right away so you can call a professional plumber in Frederick, MD to fix the problem.

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Signs That Your Sewer Line Needs Repair

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Your home’s sewer line is a vital part of your plumbing system. Without it to connect your home to the municipal sewer main (or septic tank, if you have one) you’d have quite a number of nasty problems to deal with. The sewer line is supposed to last up to a century, with proper care and maintenance. There are a few different issues that can drastically shorten that lifespan if you aren’t careful, though. Let’s take a look at some signs that your sewer line needs to be repaired immediately.

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