Reichelt Plumbing fixed the plumbing valve in my toilet which was not filling up. A friend referred them. My daughter has had them come over and also recommended them. They came over, took care of the problem the very first time and they guarantee their work for a year so I was happy about that. I haven't had a problem with it since then. They were quick! When they said they would be here at a certain time they were here."
Sewer Inspection & Repair Services Schererville, IN
Here at Reichelt Plumbing, we are committed to keeping your sewer system in the best condition possible for as long as possible. Even if you are not currently in need of professional sewer repair, there is a good chance that a major or minor sewer problem is currently in the works. Allow our experienced technicians to perform a sewer inspection to make sure that everything is working as it should and that there aren’t any issues you need to be made aware of.
Signs That You Need a Sewer Inspection and Repair
If you aren’t a plumbing professional, you might not notice the signs that you need a sewer inspection or repair. Some of the warning signs that you should be on the lookout for include:
• A leaking sewer
• A backed up sewer
• Offensive odors coming from your pipes
• Discolored water or rusty water
It is always best that you give us a call if you even suspect that you need professional sewer repair. In most cases, major problems start out as minor problems indicated by minor symptoms. Never ignore the signs if they are staring you right in the face. If it’s money that’s keeping you from reaching out to us, you will be glad to learn that we do everything we can to keep our prices as low as possible without compromising on the quality of our professional services.
Since we can’t exactly crawl down your pipes to inspect them, we use video inspections instead. The way a sewer video inspection works is that we send a camera inside of the pipe and examine the returning video feed to determine whether or not everything is in order. Our technicians use the most cutting-edge inspection technology and the most current techniques.
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Most homeowners see only the expense and inconvenience when they need an underground sewer pipe repaired. Until recently, the process entailed tearing up the lawn and lengthy repair times. Now, professional plumbing technicians have the tools and experience to perform trenchless sewer repair without damaging your landscape.
Trenchless sewer repair means we no longer need to dig up large portions of your lawn. We can quickly and safely restore your sewer pipes and water lines using advanced techniques. Our repair work takes less than a day to complete, is non-intrusive, and saves you time and money. By cutting a small hole at the front and back of the piping, we can securely guide new piping into place. All replacement pipes have a lifespan of over one hundred years and are completely code compliant.
How much does it cost to replace a sewer line?
The average cost to repair or replace a sewer line can change drastically from home to home. As a property owner, you are responsible for the water and sewer lines running from the exterior of your home to the public connection. Should a line break, the cost could be upwards of $2,600 to repair. Some repairs, unfortunately, could cost homeowners up to $10,000, depending on the location of the break and the damage caused.
At Reichelt Plumbing, we utilize efficient methods to perform trenchless sewer repair services, cutting down the repair cost for you. Our services are priced affordably to ensure we work within your budget. Before any work begins, our experienced technicians will survey the damage and your landscape, then provide a comprehensive quote for our repair services. You will always know what we charge and what work is being completed. We like to keep homeowners in the loop for all plumbing matters we handle.
What is the sanitary sewer?
Most homeowners believe that if you’ve seen one drain, you’ve seen them all. However, sewer systems have all been designed intricately to handle different loads and pressure amounts. The sanitary sewer system, for example, is a series of underground pipes that move sewage from the bathroom, kitchen, and other plumbing applications throughout your home to a wastewater treatment facility. At the wastewater facility, all waste produced by the household is carefully filtered, treated, and finally discharged safely.
Without the plumbing system in place, all waste generated by your household would simply sit in place and flow back into the fixtures over time. A backflow issue could cause serious damage, so be wary of what you flush into the sanitary sewer. You should always be wary of leaks, too.
How much does it cost to replace or reline a sewer line?
The cost to replace or reline a sewer line will change depending on the size of the replacement required, the position, the amount of time it takes, the workforce needed, and the method we use. For example, the traditional replacement method requires we dig up your lawn and remove the debris from the immediate area so technicians can reline the broken portion of the sewer. This process can easily cost between $50 to $250 per foot, depending on length and depth.
For trenchless sewer repair, the cost may not be as bad. Many homeowners pay significantly less for trenchless repair, as it removes an entire step of the process – the digging portion. Before any work begins, the professionals at Reichelt Plumbing will survey the damage and offer a complete quote of our services. We will work with your budget and provide the highest quality service.