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Some signs your sewer or drain isn’t working properly can include slow draining, bad odors in your home, and sewage backups. Sewage backups can be particularly hazardous to your health because they can expose you to harmful bacteria, viruses, and parasites. When you need fast and reliable drain cleaning or sewer repair services, Hedrick & Young Plumbing is the one to call.
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Some benefits of trenchless sewer repair include:
- Not having to excavate – Probably the biggest benefit, trenchless repairs require minimal digging and disruption to your property.
- Quicker solutions – Because the work is less intrusive, it is actually much faster than traditional sewer repair methods.
- More effective repairs – Trenchless methods are actually better piping solutions for sewer lines as the products and materials used do not suffer from rust and corrosion.
Trenchless sewer repairs are our speciality! To learn more about this process, or to get a free estimate on services, contact Hedrick & Young today!
Patching a sewer line can absolutely be an option, depending on what is wrong with the line and where the problem is located. For older sewer lines, however, it might make more sense to replace the entire line instead of patching.
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On average homeowners can anticipate paying between $3,000 – $13,000 to replace a main sewer line. The final cost depends on a number of factors:
- Length of the pipe being replaced
- Location of pipes and house trap
- City requirements for sewer size
- Method of replacement
For a more accurate price estimate, call Hedrick & Young Plumbing today!
On average it costs between $100 – $600 to unclog a sewer line, though more complex work can cost more than $1,000. Snaking or rodding is a less expensive method than hydro jetting. Hydro jetting, however, clears more debris than traditional snaking and can lead to less clogs in the future.
For a free estimate on unclogging a sewer line, contact Hedrick & Young now!