Your Clogged Main Sewer Line Experts In Seattle
The best way to avoid major sewer line clogs is to prevent them (or detect them) before they start. Our sewer line video inspection, grease trap cleaning repair, maintenance and services can do just that. If you have standing water in your kitchen or bath and need a plumber, give us a call. Best Plumbing can rooter your sewer line to unclog your drains and get your life back to normal in no time.
Our plumbers in Seattle are ready to help, 24/7. And if we discover damage to your underground sewer lines, you can count on us to do the repair. Our sewer line repair, replacement, maintenance and services include:
- Side sewer maintenance
- Sewer leak detection
- Sewer video inspection
- Sewer repair or replacement
- Trenchless sewer repair
- Grease trap service
Clogged Sewer Line FAQs - Seattle, WA
Yes, our plumbers are available 24/7 to repair your clogged sewer line in Seattle, WA.
Clogged sewer line emergencies are never convenient: if there’s a backup in your Seattle, WA home, you can’t just wait until tomorrow to get it fixed. That’s why we’re available 24/7 for emergency plumbing service. We’re prepared for your plumbing emergency. When you need us, you’ll reach our 24-hour dispatcher, who will have a licensed emergency plumber return your call within 10 minutes. Guaranteed. Once our plumber gets you on the line and understands your problem, one of two things will happen:
- Your plumber will come to fix the problem right away.
- Your plumber will provide a temporary solution to get you through the night and help you avoid additional fees for emergency service.
Yes, our plumbers are licensed by Washington State.
- Washington State Licensed Contractor #: BESTPGL973CD.
- Plumbing Contractor License Number, BESTPPG797MF.
A sewer line video inspection is commonly done once we receive an emergency service call. However, it also should be considered an essential part of any sewer or septic system inspection prior to purchasing a home or commercial property. In addition, having a periodic inspection performed on septic drains and sewer pipes is a useful preventative maintenance tool.
Using a camera with a high power LED light, our video sewer line inspection can pinpoint any problem in the sewer drainpipes or septic system and view it on a high–resolution monitor. After our sewer video inspection is completed, we provide you with a detailed report of our findings, a copy of the video, and an estimate for any recommended repairs.
With our sewer video inspection, we can detect broken or offset pipes underground that can cause sewer backups, septic problems or clogged drains. In this way, we can see the problem before any repairs begin, which can save you a great deal in labor costs.
Best Plumbing offers sewer inspections as well as a general maintenance program to protect the health of your sewer, septic and drain system.
Blocked, leaking or burst sewer lines can wreak havoc in your yard or worse, inside your Seattle, WA home or business. If your sewer line becomes blocked or breaks, you will begin to notice a foul odor in or outside your house or the soil around the break will saturate and may sink. Telltale signs of a sewer clog or break are:
- Water gurgling when you flush a toilet or run a sink
- Sewage backups at the lowest drain available in the home or business
- Toilet water level fluctuates
- Slow water draining
If damage has occurred to your sewer line, Best Plumbing is a full-service Seattle area plumbing company who is able to repair the damaged pipe, using trenchless pipe bursting or pipelining techniques, or we will remove and replace the pipe if needed. Best Plumbing is a certified Registered Side Sewer Contractor (RSSC) and we specialize in trenchless sewer line repair techniques, including:
The trenchless pipe bursting technique is used to pull a new pipe through an existing pipe and fracture the old as the new pipe is pulled through it. Using the static hydraulic pipe bursting method, Best Plumbing digs two holes, one for the cone and new fiberglass pipe to enter the old line and burst the section of sewer pipe that needs repair and the other for the hydraulic machine to pull the new pipe through the existing line.
The trenchless pipelining technique or cured in place pipe (CIPP) uses a flexible membrane that is covered in epoxy and pulled or blown through the damaged pipe section and the new pipelining is then inflated. After the epoxy has cured, the old pipe is now lined and ready to be used. It is an effective way to repair longer sections of sewer or water line without having to do a large amount of digging.
PipePatch is best for commercial and residential customers that need to fix a targeted area of the line with heavy root infiltration, offsets, or cracks. It’s also useful to effectively repair short sections of pipe that are either too difficult or too costly to dig up and replace using more standard methods. PipePatch has been tested and proven to withstand harsh conditions and can help increase the life of your sewer or water lines.