Drain Line Repair | Drain Line Replacement
There Isn’t a Home Drain Line We Can’t Repair or Replace.
If you’re experiencing a water leak problem, first things first: shut off the flow of water either at the source or by turning your home’s main water valve to the “off” position. At least then you can calm down a little, survey the damage, and prevent any additional damage.
Still, if you can’t stop the flow of water, here are a few suggestions:
- Get one or more buckets to catch as much of the running water as you can.
- Dry the pipe, then seal it off with electrical tape.
- Contact a neighbor for immediate assistance.
- And then call us to request emergency service!
That’s right, 1st Class Plumbing provides 24/7 emergency service for all those sewer and drain problems that just can’t wait. In the process, we do our very best not just to solve the problem, but to prevent damage to your home and property.
We are experienced in repairing and replacing all indoor drain drain pipes and garbage disposals. We take great care to help clean up whatever mess might be waiting for us, protect the work area during the repair process, and thoroughly clean up after ourselves.
Sewer Repair | Sewer Replacement
All sorts of things can account for a cracked, broken, or otherwise damaged underground sewer line, including the following:
- Shifting or settling soil
- Pipe corrosion
- Tree or shrub roots that have cracked and infiltrated the pipes
- Faulty installation
- Poor quality materials
- And so on
What’s a plumber to do? Well, when a sewer can’t be cleaned, then it’s time to step into our repair or replacement mode. Once again, we’ll employ our in-line video inspection equipment to help identify the exact location and extent of the problem. That also helps minimize the amount of digging necessary to repair or replace the broken sewer pipe.
For accurate problem analysis, a guaranteed upfront price, and results so good we guarantee them, contact 1st Class Plumbing today.