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Sewer Line Replacement Backed By Lifelong Customer Service

Because our plumbers offer world-class service and follow the highest plumbing standards, you can rest assured your new sewer line will last for years to come.

All of our drain/sewer replacements include:

  • Free, on-site estimates
  • Upfront, flat-rate pricing, no surprises
  • 100% satisfaction—guaranteed

Signs There's A Problem With Your Sewer Line

You'll likely need a plumber to inspect (and possibly replace) your sewer line if:

  • You have multiple plumbing fixtures backed up.

    When there's a blockage in your main sewer line, wastewater can't go anywhere except back up secondary drain lines and out of your fixtures (toilets, sinks, showers, etc.).

  • Sewer waste is pooling on your lawn.

    If a part of your sewer line breaks or collapses, the wastewater will flood your yard. You'll know it's a broken sewer line and not a water supply line because it will have that nasty sewage smell.

  • Your sewer clean out is filled with water.

    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.

     

    We cover these signs in more details in our blog article, "3 Signs Your Sewer Line Is Clogged"


How Pricing Works

  • For repairs: Upfront, flat-rate pricing

    Once we diagnose your plumbing issue, you'll get a price to fix your drain before any work begins—so there are no surprises.

  • For installations: FREE in-home quotes

    Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.

Cost to repair or replace a sewer line in Florida

Your drain replacement cost might be different, depending on:

  • The length of your existing pipe:

    Your replacement cost will increase with the length of the pipe that needs to be replaced. That's because longer pipes will require more time and effort from your plumber.

  • The location of the leak:

    If the broken drain pipe is located under a concrete slab, behind a wall or below your lawn, you’ll have to factor in the cost to restore your slab/wall/lawn once the repair is done.

  • The plumber you choose:

    You'll pay more for higher-quality plumbers. That said, they'll also do better work and will install your sewer line right, so it lasts for years.

     

    Learn more about these sewer drain replacement cost factors in our article, "How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Sewer Line in Florida?"

Our Process

Schedule your appointment with us 

Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.

You get replacement options

We'll send one of our plumbers to inspect your drain line, so they can give you the best replacement options. 

We replace your sewer

Once you choose a replacement option, we'll install your new sewer drain. Before leaving, we'll make sure the line is working properly and clean up any messes our team made..

 

We make sure you're comfortable

After replacing your sewer line, we'll make sure you have the opportunity to talk with us about any issues you had. If you didn't get world-class service, let us know where we went wrong.

Guarantees And Warranties You Can Count On

This is just a sneak peak of the promises we make to our customers. See all of our guarantees and warranties.


  • 5-year guarantee

    If your sewer line fails within 5 years of replacement, we'll replace your entire line—absolutely free.

  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

    Not completely satisfied with your sewer line replacement? We want to know about it. We'll do whatever it takes to make sure you're happy with our work.

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