3 Home Drain Line Warning Signs

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It’s easy to think that your home’s drain line is impervious to problems. But Griffin Plumbing is here to tell you that even though your sewer line is out of sight, it shouldn’t be out of mind.

Drainlines are vulnerable to all kinds of calamities, from leaks to blockages. It could cost you big: Leaks can waste up to 90 gallons of water per day, and a blockage may lead to sewage backing up into your house.

Think you might have a drainline disaster on your hands? Well, here are three signs that you may need pipe replacements to prevent a messy and expensive nightmare.

  1. Rising water bill: Noticing your utility bill creeping up every month? Don’t cut short your hot showers just yet. It might be a sign that you have a sewer line leak.
  2. Slow drains: Is the water in your shower creeping up around your feet, and liquid plumber isn’t quite doing the trick? That clog might be more serious than you think.
  3. It’s starting to smell: If you’re noticing something odoriferous emanating from your drains, it’s not something to ignore. Something very ominous may be lurking below.
A Plumbing Inspection to the Rescue

If you’re experiencing any of these plumbing problems, our experienced Pismo Beach sewer repair experts are prepared to solve your piping woes and provide you with peace of mind.

The best plumbers in Pismo Beach will perform a home inspection fast, locating and solving issues the first time to save you time and money. An inspection will determine if your home needs a cleaning or drainline replacement.

Why Trenchless Sewer Repair Is the Solution

The solution doesn’t mean digging up your front yard, either. Trenchless sewer repair is the most cost-effective method that prevents major property destruction.

Trenchless sewer repair completely replaces pipes, meaning they’re going to last for years to come.

How It Works

Ok, here’s how it works – using existing access, Griffin Plumbing technicians install a corrosion-resistant epoxy liner. This creates a brand-new pipe inside of the damaged one without the hassle and destruction of more traditional methods.

Our Experienced Plumbers Are Ready to Help

When your home septic or sewer system is in need of an update, our experienced plumbers are at your service. Contact our trenchless sewer repair experts online or simply by calling (805) 934-1949.