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Drain pipes carry water out of your house and into the city sewer system. It is important that drain water be disposed of properly. Leaking pipes, water damage, clogged drains, mold growth, and accidental cross-connections between drain water and drinking water can pose serious risks to the health and safety of your family.
Older homes have either cast iron or galvanized steel lines which will eventually corrode over time. As rust deposits build up inside, the drain clogs, the pipe rusts through, and it begins leaking.
Meanwhile, the drains in your house, the sinks, and the toilets begin to back up. Underneath the house, the leaky sewage gives off a hideous odor, and if not remedied right away, it can damage your home.
Also, if you are remodeling your home or doing a repipe, these are appropriate times to replace your drain lines.
John and Mike, Repiping Specialists at Care Plumbing are highly experienced with drain replacement. They will inspect your sewer line with an inline video camera locator, to diagnose the trouble spots.
Once they show you the video and agree with you on the appropriate response, they’ll trench and replace your corroded, stopped, or leaky drain pipes, either inside the perimeter of the foundation – called the building drain – or outside the foundation perimeter, which is known as the building sewer.
They use either long-lasting cast iron, which has excellent sound-suppression quality, or durable ABS pipe, which is less costly.
Whichever you choose, John and Mike and the highly trained crew with Repiping Specialists at Care Plumbing will restore your drain line to its proper function.
Call or email us today for your Free Repiping Estimate.