Drain and Sewer
Sewer Line Services in Twin Falls, ID
The sewer line from your house that connects to the municipal sewer system (or to a septic tank) is as vital for the success of your home’s plumbing as the water main that brings in fresh water. Without a clear and undamaged sewer line, you’ll end up with an unpleasant and unsanitary home. Any sewer replacement or repair work that you may require needs to be handled immediately—and it needs the most skilled plumbers possible on the job.
You don’t have to look far for sewer line services if you live in Twin Falls, ID or elsewhere in Wood River Valley and Southern Idaho. Evans Plumbing Inc has the plumbers, the skill, and equipment necessary to tackle any sewer line job, and tackle it fast and accurately. We have more than 40 years of experience with plumbing services of all types, and we put a focus on complete customer satisfaction in everything we do.
Signs You May Need Sewer Pipe Repair
The sewer line runs underground from the side of your house until it crosses under the property line and meets the municipal sewer pipe in the street. This stretch of pipeline is your responsibility to care for as a homeowner. If something is wrong with it, it’s up to you to call a plumbing contractor to repair it.
Here are some of the warning signs that it’s time to contact us to work on the sewer line:
- Multiple backed–up drains: A single clogged drain usually means the local drainpipe is blocked. When different drains start to clog at the same time, usually starting in the basement and lower areas of the house, the problem usually exists in the sewer line.
- Foul–smelling pools on your property: If you discover sewer smells are coming from your lawn and you find wet patches, it indicates a leaking sewer pipe.
- Sewer odors in the house: Blockage in the sewer line or a complete break will cause sewer gas to be forced up the pipes and through drains. These smells will be accompanied by a gurgling down in the drains as the gas comes up through the water in the p–trap.
We Offer Sewer Line Replacement Service
Repairs may not be enough to cure your sewer line of its problems. For older homes that have sewer lines made from outdated material (iron, galvanized steel) it’s often better to "repair" the pipe by having an entirely new one put in. This is an extensive job, but an important one. You’ll be glad to have experienced contractors who are accustomed to tackling large plumbing projects take on this job. Our plumbers will see you have the fastest replacement possible so you’ll have decades of worry–free drainage in your house.
Call Us for Sewer Repair and Maintenance in the Greater Twin Falls Area
Work on sewer lines is among the most complex and labor–intensive plumbing jobs for homes. This is not the kind of plumbing service to leave to amateurs! You can call Evans Plumbing Inc and rest assured that you’re receiving the finest plumbing work available in Twin Falls, ID and the surrounding areas. Our team of plumbers is extensively trained and uses the most advanced tools to see that the job is done right the first time. Service… it’s the heart of our business!