A healthy plumbing system is one of the most important parts of a homeowner’s daily life. We rely on plumbing on a consistent basis—sometimes even hourly or more. Complications can present a huge delay in your comfort and home functionality. Sewer lines, in particular, can create a lot of headaches for residents located in Douglas County. But with our sewer line repair team at your side, you need never worry!

The certified plumbing professionals at PRO Plumbing Service carry the tools, the knowledge, and the dedication needed to ensure your plumbing needs are always covered. When a problem arises with your sewer lines, we’re the name to know.

Are you having sewer line problems in your home? Contact PRO Plumbing Service online today to schedule a repair appointment, or feel free to catch us on the phone at (303) 660-9831!

Sewer Line

What Is a Sewer Line?

The sewer lines in your home are essentially the “outgoing” lines. These are responsible for collecting and moving waste water out and away from the home and into the city main. From there it is taken to the appropriate facility.

You could technically call any drain a part of your sewer line system. However, for the most part a plumbing repair such as a sink drain repair or similar service is classified a bit differently. Generally, when we’re talking sewer line repair, we’re talking about the main line that runs to the city sewer mains or your septic system.

Signs You May Need Sewer Line Repair

Since we’re primarily talking about an underground or unseen system, it can be a bit hard for a homeowner to determine if they need sewer line repair. But don’t worry, that’s what our plumbing PROs are here for! There are also some easy and surefire signs that indicate at least a major plumbing issue, if not a problem with the sewer line:

  • Fetid pools and puddles in the yard. If you find sudden, unusual springs of puddling, foul-smelling water in the yard, there’s a very good chance that your sewer line is involved. Most commonly this will relate to damage to the line, either from roots or a break.
  • Slow-draining fixtures. If your bath, sinks, and similar fixtures begin to drain very slowly, the odds are good that there is a clog somewhere in the sewer line. This goes doubly so if most or all fixtures in the home are affected simultaneously.
  • Water backing up in drains. Water in your sinks or shower not going anywhere, or backing up when you make use of other fixtures? The signs are good that you are in need of professional plumbing service for your sewer lines!
  • Gross smells from drains. Just like those nasty puddles in the yard, your in-home systems can be impacted as well. Clogs in the sewer line will quickly result in foul, dank odors coming from sink or shower drains.

Having problems, but not any of those listed above? Don’t stress, just call our plumbing team! With our cutting-edge diagnostics and years of experience, we can find and fix any problem, guaranteed. You should never have to live with funky, faulty plumbing!

Schedule Your Sewer Line Repair!

Regardless of the size and scope of your plumbing needs, the PROs at PRO Plumbing Service can make your Colorado home a place of comfort complete with a fully operating plumbing system. No matter the time of day, customers throughout the Douglas County area have come to depend on us for all their plumbing, air conditioning, and heating needs. As a local, full-service plumbing and HVAC company, we are ready to help solve any home comfort problem you have.

Are you ready to schedule a sewer line repair? Contact our PROs today!

We offer reliable plumbing services throughout Douglas County and beyond, including the following areas:

  • Castle Rock
  • Castle Pines
  • Parker
  • Franktown
  • Elizabeth
  • Kiowa
  • Highlands Ranch
  • Centennial
  • Lone Tree
  • Littleton
  • Sedalia
  • Larkspur
  • Monument
  • And more!