Sewer Line Repair and Replacement in Buford and Dacula
Do you live in (or are about to move into) an older home that requires sewer line repair or replacement? It’s easy to get rapt up in the charm and personality of an older home while overlooking what literally lies beneath. Older homes may harbor several plumbing issues, including damaged or corroded sewer lines.
Whether your property needs sewer line repair or full pipe replacement, we have you covered. Georgia Plumbing Solutions Co. is committed to providing the best sewer line services for homeowners throughout Buford and Dacula.
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The decision to have your sewer line worked on shouldn’t be made lightly. We understand this project is a large investment (of both time and money). This is why we focus on making sure our customers are fully informed of the problem and scope of work involved. You will know exactly what to expect out of the service and be in a position to make the best decision for your property.
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Leave your plumbing problems to us! With over a decade serving Buford and Dacula, we’ve seen every type of plumbing issue affecting homes and businesses throughout the Metro Atlanta area. From sewer line repair to water damage restoration—we’ve got all of your needs covered!
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Common Issues Affecting Sewer Lines
Properties constructed even just a couple decades ago may have outdated piping or conceal problems such as cracks or leaks in the pipes. Sewer lines in much older homes may be made of material such as cast-iron, clay, or Orangeburg; these were popular options in the past, but are now likely suffering from corrosion or damage and will need to be replaced.
How can you tell if your sewer line needs repair or replacement? You will start to notice several plumbing issues: slow drains, clogs in several drains, an overflowing toilet, or waste backing out of the shower after flushing.
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Other signs of sewer line trouble include:
The above problems are typically caused by slab leaks, which involve a damaged sewer line under your home’s foundation. Tree roots, grease, and corrosion are also common causes of sewer line problems and can result in severe clogging in the sewer pipes.
Solutions to Sewer Line Problems
Before getting to work on your sewer line, we will first carry out a camera inspection to identify the source of the problem. This helps us provide you with the best solution. Cracked or damaged sewer lines may need repair or replacement, while sewer lines that are clogged may simply require hydro jetting.
If pipe repair or replacement is required, we will go over the job in detail. Our experts will make sure the project is carried out smoothly and accurately. We’ll determine the slope, perform the trenching, lay out the bedding, set in the pipe, and backfill the trench once complete.
While we make every effort to minimize disturbance to your property, keep in mind that this is a significant project that will require us to dig up parts of your driveway, yard, or landscaping.
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Georgia Plumbing Solutions Co. offers an alternative to traditional sewer line repair and replacement: trenchless sewer repair.
Trenchless sewer line repair lets you bypass the heavy digging and excavation work so your property remains intact. This method allows you to enjoy the benefits of getting a new sewer line without having to worry about restoring your driveway or front yard. The entire process can be completed in less than one day (compared to the days or weeks it requires to finish a trench job).
You have two options when it comes to trenchless sewer repair:
Pipe Bursting—New pipe material will “burst” your old sewer pipes, leaving the new material in place. The new sewer line will be made of medium- or high-density polyethylene. This method only requires us to dig two access points, helping you avoid an unsightly mess in your front yard.
Pipe Lining—Also known as cured-in-place pipe lining, this method involves pushing an epoxy liner through your existing sewer pipe. In a few hours, the liner will harden and become the new “pipe within a pipe.”
Keep in mind that, although trenchless sewer repair is less invasive than traditional methods, it is not 100% dig-free. The digging is simply limited to one or two points.
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While our plumbing company is based in Buford, GA, our service range is broad. We respond to calls throughout Metro Atlanta, including Gwinnett, Hall, and Barrow Counties.
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Contact Georgia Plumbing Solutions Co. at 470-238-3704 to discuss your sewer line needs. Our Buford and Dacula plumbers will assess the problem and provide you with options for sewer line repair or replacement.