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Don’t Neglect Your Sewer Lines

Just because you don’t see sewer lines every day doesn’t mean that you should leave them to chance. When sewer line pipes are damaged or there is a clog, it could have major implications for the rest of your plumbing system. Here at All Star Service and Repair, we provide accurate and precise sewer line cleaning service. We want to help keep your home and your family safe. Find out more about this service by calling us today!


Be Mindful of Your Sewer Lines

Sewer lines are buried underground, so you may think that there is no way to keep an eye on them, so to speak. While it is nearly impossible for you to do a visual inspection of your sewer lines without the proper equipment; there are other ways to identify common problems. For example:

Sewage Backup

If you hear a gurgling sound when water drains in your sink, toilet, or shower, the problem may be sewage backup. Also, call a plumber as soon as you notice other appliances filling up with water when you turn on the shower or flush the toilet.

Foul Odor

If you smell sewage in or around your home, there is likely a problem. A foul odor around your plumbing fixtures or outside your house is one of the most common signs of sewer line problems.

Slow Drains

Sometimes major sewer line problems may manifest in seemingly innocuous ways. For instance, slow draining can be a sign of sewer line issues.

Overflowing Toilets

Toilets overflowing aren’t necessarily a cause for alarm. If your toilets are overflowing consistently, however, give us a call.

Standing Water

Clogged sewer lines may cause standing water in your sink or shower. This should be addressed immediately, as standing water can pose a health risk.

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How All Star Can Help

Your sewer line is responsible for carrying waste water away from your home to the local sewage treatment facility. When the main sewer line becomes clogged, it can cause serious problems. On top of that, maintaining your property’s main sewer line is your responsibility as a homeowner. Still, you don’t have to fret if you are having sewer line issues. That’s because we offer fast, affordable, and professional sewer line cleaning here at All Star Service and Repair. Here’s how we can help:

  • Accurate Assessment – We can tell where the problem is based on what kinds of clogs or symptoms your plumbing system is displaying. We will accurately assess whether the problem is in the pipes or the sewer line.
  • Camera Inspections – If the clog does appear to be in the sewer line, we can do a sewer line camera inspection. This allows us to access the interior of your underground sewer line and get a visual on where the clog is and how severe it may be.
  • Trenchless Sewer Line CleaningOnce we determine the source of the clog, we can clear it using powerful hydro-jetting techniques. This allows us to clear the clog without having to dig up your yard.

Better Sewer Line Service

When you choose us to service your sewer lines, you are putting decades of experience at your disposal. In addition to staffing one of the most experienced teams of plumbers in Salt Lake City County and Utah County, we equip all of their service vehicles with modern tools. This means that we will be able to identify your sewer line problem quickly and prevent further damage to the system. We are available for emergency sewer line cleanings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us for better sewer line plumbing service.

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