Regardless of the cause, our sewer line repairs can resolve problems that affect the plumbing system in a home or business.
All the toilets and drains within a structure’s plumbing system connect to a main line, which is called the sewer line. On some properties, the sewer line connects to a septic tank, which stores and treats liquid and solid waste. Other properties’ sewer lines connect to the closest wastewater treatment plant. But regardless of what the line connects to on your Wilmington, North Carolina property, it’s important to know what signs to look for that it may need attention.
There are a number of issues that can cause damage to a sewer line, including the growth of tree roots, flushing of large objects, and shifting of the soil that surrounds the pipe. Some of the most common warning signs of sewer line issues include unpleasant odors, backed-up or slow-moving drains, and overflowing toilets. If you have floor drains, these can also back up as the result of a sewer line issue.
Our technicians at East Atlantic Plumbing LLC can resolve all types of problems with sewer lines for local clients. We work with both commercial and residential property owners in the Wilmington area to diagnose issues and perform effective sewer line repairs.
Regardless of the cause, our sewer line repairs can resolve problems that affect the plumbing system in a home or business. We have the experience and equipment needed to address blockages, collapses, and clogs. For professional sewer line repairs, contact us to request service. We’ll take care of your property as if it were our own.
At East Atlantic Plumbing LLC, we offer sewer line repairs in Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Wrightsville Beach, Leland, Castle Hayne, Myrtle Grove, Ogden, Kure Beach, Porters Neck, Bayshore, Kings Grant, Northchase, Hampstead, and throughout New Hanover County, Brunswick County, and Pender County, North Carolina.