KB Plumbing is your local sewer line repair expert serving West View and the surrounding areas. We can offer service from our local professional plumber who has the expertise and knowledge to inspect your home’s sewer lines to discover any problems you may have.
Whether you need your pipes inspected, repaired, or installed, or require another service line repair service, we’re here to help. With a variety of innovative solutions, rest assured our professionals can offer you the answers you need!
Contact us today if you’d like to get a competitive sewer line repair estimate.
Sewer Line Inspection
Sewer line inspections help our professional plumber correctly identify and diagnose the condition of your wastewater removal system. Homes often have galvanized pipes, so we need to be sure the clog isn’t happening due to the narrowing of the sewer lines.
Since they’re underground, our plumbers use cameras to inspect the sewer pipes so that we can provide you with the right solution.
Sewer inspections can find the cause of your drain problems, whether it’s clogs or leaks. We may need to inspect your wastewater pipes to offer you the right repair solution. If you’re experiencing difficulties, such as the following, we can solve them for you.
- Drain backups in more than one location in your home
- Recurring clog problems
- White flakes float in water or coat dishes in your dishwasher
- Rust stains on laundry, tubs, or sinks
- The drains smell bad
- Drains move slow
- Any other concerns you have
Sewer Line Installation
In addition to sewer line repair and replacements in the West View area, we offer new installations. Whether you’re adding a bathroom to your home or need a sewer line installation for a new laundry room, our professionals at KB Plumbing are here to help.
Through these lines, wastewater gets transported to a main water treatment facility, so it’s vital that your plumber designs the layout and installs them correctly so that you get a reliable drainage solution for your home.
Sewer Line Replacement
Since wastewater is removed from your home through sewer and drain lines, it can get corroded and leaky, crushed, or develop joint leaks. We often find that backups happen in these lines because of roots, bellies (a section of pipe that has sunk), breaks, collapses, or joint separations.
You may need new sewer lines if the pipes are old or significantly damaged. We can use various methods to replace the sewer lines. The first step is to let us inspect the pipes and offer you the best advice to solve the problem.