Sewer Lines

Sewer Line Services in Capitol Heights

Your sewer line is essential for your commercial location or home’s comfort and safety, as it carries wastewater away. Any clog, leak, or other issue could lead to backups and property damage. Knowing this, you should take signs of problems with your sewer line seriously and call a professional right away. 

Freeline Plumbing Services is your trusted partner for comprehensive sewer line services in Capitol Heights. Our licensed, insured, and highly experienced team can handle all kinds of projects, from installation and repair to maintenance and inspection. We utilize advanced technologies, such as sewer cameras and hydro jetting, to diagnose and address all types of issues. 

Are you experiencing slow drains, foul odors, or persistent backups? With decades of industry experience, we are the commercial and residential plumbers you can rely on for a solution. 

Schedule a service by calling (301) 246-8398. We can often make same-day appointments.

Local Sewer Line Plumbing Experts

Our sewer services are comprehensive. Our team can efficiently repair a leaking or damaged line, clear stubborn blockages, or assess the condition of your line via a camera inspection. Additionally, we can replace outdated piping or equip your new commercial location or home with a proper sewer line. Our work adheres to all relevant codes and regulations. We also back our solutions with a satisfaction guarantee. No matter the job, you will get the results you need, or else we will do whatever it takes to remedy unexpected problems. 

Warnings Signs Your Sewer Line Needs Repair

Recognizing the signs of sewer line issues is crucial in preventing potential plumbing disasters. 

If you notice the following, give us a call:

  • Foul odors: Foul smells from drains, toilets, or the yard could indicate a sewer line blockage or leak. These bad odors often indicate that wastewater is not flowing properly through the sewer system.
  • Slow drains: If multiple drains in your business or home are slow to empty, it may signal a blockage or partial obstruction in the sewer line. 
  • Gurgling noises: Blockages or clogs can trap air in sewer lines. Once released, you may hear unusual gurgling or bubbling noises from drains, toilets, or other plumbing fixtures. 
  • Soggy or sunken areas: Wet, soggy patches or sunken areas in your yard, particularly near the location of the sewer line, could indicate a leak. 
  • High water bills: An unexplained increase in water bills may stem from a hidden water leak, which could be related to a damaged sewer line. In general, monitoring water bills can help you identify potential plumbing issues early.

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    We’re honest, transparent, and committed to doing what’s best for our customers and company.
    We continuously explore new plumbing technologies and energy-efficient products to help customers save money on utility bills and costly repairs.
    We stand firmly behind the quality of our work and offer a Satisfaction Guarantee on all our services.

How Often Should Sewer Lines Be Inspected?

Regular inspections of your sewer lines are vital in maintaining the integrity of your plumbing system. We recommend scheduling a professional sewer line inspection at least once a year to identify and address potential issues before they escalate into major problems. 

We often use our sewer camera technologies to locate issues with precision. No matter the inspection method, count on us to provide crucial information about the condition of your sewer line. 

How Do Sewer Line Problems Occur?

Understanding the potential causes of sewer line issues can help you take proactive measures to prevent them from occurring.

Sewer line issues arise from various factors, such as:

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