Do you need a sewer relining? Here's how to find out. The first thing you need to know as a homeowner is that houses built in 1990 or earlier are beginning to show signs of pipe damage and decay.
If your home was built before 1990, you likely have cast iron drains. Cast iron piping/drains will corrode over time, leading to constant leaks and repair needs. If your home has cast iron drains, relining could spare you a lot of heartache later down the road.
When multiple fixtures show signs of blockage, there's a good chance that a sewer line is the culprit. Sometimes a simple sewer clearing can do the trick. But if the damage is extensive, relining provides another affordable option for homeowners.
If part of your sewer line breaks or collapses, wastewater could potentially flood your yard and even your home. Even if you don't see the water right away, the smell of a broken residential sewer pipe is a dead giveaway.
Find your sewer clean out in your yard (it's normally marked with a square plastic or round metal lid) and remove the pipe cap. If you see standing water or water is rushing out of the pipe, your line likely needs to be repaired or replaced.
Once we diagnose your plumbing issue, you'll get a price to fix your sewer before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
The length of existing pipe: The length of damaged piping plays a large role in the project's total cost. The longer the length of line that's damaged, the more material required to complete the job (which increases cost). At Plumbing Today, we have decades of experience relining pipes, and deliver very accurate estimates to our customers every time.
A home's existing pipes need to be cleared out before the relining process begins. Depending on how tough the blockages are, this could increase the cost of the project.
You'll pay more for higher-quality plumbers. At Plumbing Today, we keep our pricing competitive, while still delivering the kind of great service you'd expect from a plumbing company that's been in business for over 50 years.
The team at Plumbing Today will help you find an appointment time that works best with your schedule and routine. For free in-home estimates, we strive to have an expert plumber at your home as quickly as possible.
"Perma-lining" is a rather new technique. We want to make sure you're as comfortable about the process as our certified plumbers are.
Trenchless repiping is much faster than traditional trench-digging methods, allowing us to complete the job in as little as 2 days. At least 24 hours is required for the new piping to solidify or "cure" before water is turned back on.
Your satisfaction means the world to us. And we prove that to our customers by offering a 100% satisfaction guarantee and a lifetime warranty on your sewer lining investment.