Sewer Backup Repair in Pleasant Hill
Quick & Reliable Sewer Backup Solutions in Pleasant Hill, Concord, Walnut Creek, and More
Problems with a sewer line aren’t always easy to spot. Clogs may build up slowly over time, or leaks may slowly contaminate your landscaping, but most homeowners may not realize that there is an issue with their sewer lines until it’s too late.
But sewer backups are a different story. If sewage is backing up through your toilet, shower, sink, or floor drain, you need the help of a dependable sewer specialist.
Our team offers the most reliable sewer backup repair in Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Concord, and other surrounding cities. Our combination of state-of-the-art clog location equipment, a full arsenal of clog-busting tools, and a team of dedicated technicians means we can fix your clogged or backed up sewer in record time. Call today to get started with fast and reliable sewer backup repair service.
Call Us At the First Sign of Sewer Trouble
- Backed up shower drains
- Backed up tub drains
- Overflowing toilets
- Clogged sinks
- Standing water in floor drains
- And more
What Causes Sewer Backups?
Putting the wrong things down the drain
Lots of people tend to use their drains like garbage cans. If you’re used to putting paper towels, diapers or sanitary products down the drain, stop. Hair, oils, and even “flushable wipes” can also cause problems, so make sure to add drain guards wherever it’s appropriate.
Because trees need water and nutrients to survive, and your sewer pipe is full of both. Replacing an older sewer system entirely is one way to fix this problem, but you can also avoid planting trees with strong root systems, like weeping willows, and instead opt for trees with shallower roots, like palm trees.
Collapsed sewer laterals
Even the best sewer line isn’t made to last forever. Over time, regular operational stress will wear down your sewer line, and the added pressure from being buried underground can squeeze your drain until it’s no longer operational.
Municipal sewer backups
If the city’s sewer line backs up, chances are good that your home sewer line will back up too. The good news is that some of that liability will also shift to the city, so you won’t have to spend as much out of pocket to fix the damage.