Sewer Line Repair

A sewer line does a very important job: it carries all the waste water away from your home into a city main or a septic tank. While most sewer lines were designed to last, it's not uncommon that they clog, break, leak, and get damaged by tree roots or come apart from old age. And because they are buried under the ground, it's virtually impossible to notice the problem as soon as it happens.

If you know your Maryland sewer line is more than 20 years old and has never been serviced, we recommend replacing it before it starts causing trouble. Watch out for these signs and call Chesapeake Plumbing, Inc. right away if you notice: Depending on when your home was built, your sewer line could be made of cast iron, plastic, cement or clay. PVC is the industry standard these days, as other materials have proven to be less efficient and durable. Here is how Chesapeake Plumbing, Inc. can help you prolong your sewer line's lifespan: