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Sewer Line Replacement Services in Kensington, MD

For many homeowners, a sewer line never even crosses their mind until a replacement is necessary. Your sewer line is definitely something you take for granted and grow accustomed to until there is a problem. A problem can start simply with a foul odor and smell of sewage, wet patches in your yard, or slowly draining toilets. The sooner you catch a problem with your sewer line, the easier the repair will be for our team. Master Plumbing offers complete sewer replacement services in Kensington to help you in any emergency!

A Team of Experienced Plumbers

At Master Plumbing, we have a team full of plumbers who highly experienced members of the trade. Plumbing is not an easy trade to take up. There is a lot of training that goes into becoming a new plumber. Whatever plumbing issues you may be experiencing in your Kensington home, just know that your plumbing system is in trusted hands with us. Not only will we complete any necessary plumbing repairs in a timely manner, we will also make sure that everything works efficiently moving forward. 

Another way we ensure optimal plumbing repairs? All of our plumbers are properly licensed and registered to practice plumbing in the state of Maryland.

How to Tell When a Sewer Line Needs Replacement

Before your sewer line completely breaks and reaches full-crisis mode, there are some warning signs to look out for that can help you identify the problem early on!

  • Odor: A foul odor of raw sewage rising from your drains, including toilets, sinks, tubs and showers can be an indication that a sewage line is damaged.
  • Slow Draining: If all of your home’s drains are experiencing slow drainage, there may be more than a simple clog at work. A partially collapsed sewage line can result in slower draining for the entire home.
  • Backflow: If water backs up into your tub, sink or shower when your washing machine drains out or when you flush the toilet, this can be an indication of a sewage line in need of replacement.

Tree Roots Damaging Sewer Lines

A root system of a tree is designed to actively seek out sources of moisture in the ground to keep the tree alive and healthy. If a tree’s root system is located close enough to your sewer line, you can count on the roots eventually seeking out the sewage line, breaking through weakened material, and eventually growing inside the pipe to clog it completely. This is a common problem that many households face at some point, and it is something you should look out for if you live in a heavily wooded area. 

Diagnosing and Fixing a Sewer Line

If you suspect that there is a problem with your sewer line, our team can perform a video inspection to locate and assess any problem areas. If the problem is a small clog from accumulating grease or tree roots, it may be treatable in a localized area.

If you live in an older home with sewage pipes made from outdated materials, the entire system may be breaking down in multiple locations. Patching small areas may seem like an easy solution, but it can actually be more expensive over time. Replacing the complete sewage line with PVC pipes, which can last for over 100 years when properly installed, is the best solution for these situations. 

Professional Plumbing Repairs in Kensington, Maryland from Master Plumbing

Whether your sewage line needs complete replacement, patches, or a localized fix, you can rely on the team at Master Plumbing for an accurate diagnosis, a fair price, and full details on our recommended course of action.

Give Master Plumbing a call at (301) 650-9100 or contact us online to get more information about how our expert plumbers can help you in Kensington with your sewer line replacement, emergency repairs, and ongoing plumbing repair needs. We have received Angie’s List Super Service Award recognition for plumbing and drain cleaning every year since 2007, in addition to the Best Plumber award from Best of Bethesda! We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured and our service is unparalleled. 

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