Your sewer line is crucial to the health of your sewer and drainage system. That’s why a properly installed sewer line is important and can go a long way. Our certified technicians at Hiller go above and beyond to install your sewer line correctly to ensure your system runs efficiently and with no problems.
Installing a sewer line on your own can be risky and can cause damage to your home and foundation. Some of the problems that can arise are pipe damage—due to backfill and rocks placed on top of the pipe—and an insufficient elevation difference between your home and the exit point. While these might be complicated issues for you to handle on your own, they are quite simple for a professional to solve. Our contractors have the proper tools, equipment, and knowledge to properly install your sewer line at the highest standard.
Do I Need a New Drainage and Sewer System?
If your drainage or sewer system becomes clogged, blocked, or backed up often, it may be time to replace the system with a new one. Some signs that you may need a new system include:
- Slow draining
- Clogged drains
- Sewage backups
- Water backups
- Bubbling drains
- Visible mold
- Unusually high water bills
- An odd odor throughout your home
- Cracks in foundation
- Insect and pest issues
If you notice any of these problems within your home’s sewer system, contact us and we’ll address the problem immediately.
Our Sewer Line Installation Process
At Hiller, we’re dedicated to providing you with high-quality sewer line installation services from start to finish. First, we check to see if there are pipes already in place and which drains are available in your house. Then, we drain traps in your basement and beneath each of your bathrooms and kitchen to ensure proper distribution of wastewater. We check for possible root problems from nearby trees and bushes and analyze the soil around your pipes to make sure the risk of freezing and breaking is as low as possible. Finally, we make sure to install the right size sewer line to minimize the potential of clogs and future leaks. Without preventative care performed by our trained technicians, your sewer line will be at risk for a number of problems in the years following installation.
Sewer Line Maintenance
After installation, it’s easy to forget about your sewer line. But in order for it to continue to run properly, it’s important to perform regular maintenance. Our certified technicians perform routine maintenance to your sewer line system by checking the soil conditions, the trees and roots in the area, and the overall condition of your sewer line. We’ll also provide a high-tech video inspection to check your line for potential cracks and leaks on a regular basis to head off major repairs before they are needed.
Install Your Sewer Line with Hiller Today
When you need a sewer line system installed properly, you can rely on Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical. We understand the problems that come with a subpar installation and make sure to apply our professionalism for a high-quality installation. Give us a call with any questions you may have or request your appointment online now!