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Sewer problems are messy and frustrating. That’s why Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning offers a full list of sewer services in Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, Schuylkill, and surrounding counties. From sewer line replacement to water line services, you can trust our team to keep your sewer running smoothly.
Contact Team Andreas at the first sign of sewer trouble in Carbon County and the surrounding areas. We’re here 24/7, so call (610) 377-5261.
Sewer line issues can be a headache for homeowners. If you suspect you have an issue with your home’s sewers or drains, call Andreas right away! We offer the following sewer services:
Drain- and sewer-line cleaning includes:
Drain and sewer line problems are caused by:
Our qualified plumbing professionals can properly assess your sewer problem and determine if replacement is the right solution. If so, we offer timely replacement services to get things running smoothly in no time.
Schedule a consultation with Team Andreas today for sewer line replacement in Carbon County and Lehigh County.
Contact us today for reliable help with sewer line repair in Lehigh County and the surrounding areas.
Do you suspect you have a crack or leak in your sewer line? Team Andreas uses the latest technology to detect cracks accurately, so you’ll better understand what you need to do to repair them. Before digging into your yard to address your sewer problem, make sure you know where the crack or leak is with the help of our plumbing team.
Call (610) 377-5261 for crack detection services in Northampton County.
While most sewer system components focus on removing water and sewage from your home, the water lines that bring in fresh water are equally important. When they’re not flowing well, your safety is at risk. Trust Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for water line repair services, so you can keep your family protected.
Contact Team Andreas for all water line problems in Schuylkill and the surrounding communities.
No matter how large or small your sewer problem, it needs to be addressed promptly. You need working water and sewer lines for your family’s health and safety. We have the sewer and water line services you need in Schuylkill, Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton, and surrounding counties.
From repair to replacement, you can trust Team Andreas. Call (610) 377-5261 or contact us online for 24-hour service for your sewer needs.
When you have a problem with your sewer line, you may notice things like frequent drain clogs or slow drains, foul odors from the drains, gurgling or bubbling noises, sounds from one drain when another is used, or a lack of water in the toilet bowl/trap.
If the problem is bad enough, waste may back up and spill out of floor drains or low-lying tub and shower drains. Call a professional plumber like our experts at Team Andreas for help with sewer line problems. We can assess the situation and determine if a small section of the sewer line can be repaired or if the entire line should be replaced.
Sewer line repairs or replacements may take a few hours to a few days depending on the extent of the problem, the repair method, soil conditions, and other factors. Replacing only a small section of pipe or a damaged fitting may take a few hours to one day, while longer sections can take several days.
When possible, trenchless pipe repair can be a good option for fast sewer line repairs with minimal damage to your yard. We offer standard and trenchless sewer repair services in the Carbon County area.
Cast iron sewer lines can last over 75 years, though excessive corrosion can shorten their service life. PVC sewer lines can last up to 100 years, while older clay or Orangeburg pipe may only last 50 to 60 years. If your home is over a few decades old, it may have clay or Orangeburg pipes with a shorter service life.
When you need a sewer line replacement, turn to our experts at Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning. We can offer the best solutions for your needs and budget.
The most common cause of sewer line damage is old or defective materials. Erosion or settling soils are also a concern, dislodging or crushing the pipes, as well as tree roots, which exploit small holes or cracks to invade your sewer pipes in search of water and nutrients.
Other common causes of pipe damage include improper installation, heavy loads above the pipes, and frost upheaval.