Broken, cracked, or collapsed sewer lines? Sewer line leak? VA Plumbing offers professional sewer repair and sewer replacement services in Northern Virginia.

Our team at VA Plumbing has years of training and experiencing working with faulty sewer and drain lines in residential and commercial buildings in Northern Virginia. We offer new and innovative solutions to fixing these pipeline systems with the assistance of contemporary technology that guarantees the results will be long-lasting and comprehensive.

Do you currently have an issue with the sewer lines on your property? Whether you have started to smell sewage, have seen the leakage yourself, or a variety of other symptoms, calling a plumber should be the first thing you do.

If your sewer lines are cracked, damaged, or backed up, our team at VA Plumbing, LLC can help.

Sewer Line Problems Can Quickly Become Serious Emergencies. Consult a Professional!

Expert Sewer Repair

How to Find Sewer Problems

Sewer lines are the system of large pipes that specifically carry wastewater and sewage from homes and commercial properties to disposal areas and treatment plants. In the past, diagnosing the problem in a sewer pipe could be a struggle since it often required extensive digging and plowing to expose the pipe and allow repairs to resume. When problems to occur, there are various warning signs that our experts look for to determine what it is and how to best solve it. These symptoms may include:

  • Sewage odors in the basement or yard
  • Water is backing up into the toilets and bathtubs on your residence
  • After toilets are flushed, the water level is noticeably lower
  • The water in sinks and tubs moves slowly or doesn't drain at all

These signs can point to serious problems, from clogging to leaks or breaks, and need to be looked at and fixed by a team of professionals who can accurately assess and reverse the damage to your pipes. We will often find that these complications can be attributed to various factors, all of which can be exposed with our high-quality cameras during the early stages of our inspection and diagnosis. After this process is completed, we will be able to recommend the best repair and replacement solution.

Causes of Sewer Line Breaks & Cracks

Sewer damage can be caused by a variety of different things, which is why hiring a plumber for an inspection is so important.

From cracks and breaks to root intrusions, we can determine the exact cause of your sewer line issue and start repairing it. Our Leesburg plumbers are highly competent at both the repair and replacement of all types of sewer lines.

Causes of Sewer Problems

  • Outdated materials (age)
  • Low-quality materials
  • Tree root intrusion
  • Natural settling of the ground

Sewer Repair & Replacement Options

There are a few ways to fix these issues in your home if you are experiencing any of these potential causes. Excavation is the oldest form of sewer line repair and was conducted with a backhoe and extensive plowing. Old pipes are exposed and replaced with new ones, and once the pipe was replaced, the trench was backfilled.

These dig-and-replace methods have since become outdated and unfavorable for homeowners and business owners in Northern Virginia, and because of this, we prefer to use modern techniques like trenchless repairs, pipe bursting, or cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining services. Trenchless technology is used to repair your drain and sewer lines without excavating across your property, which will save you the cost of putting your lawn back together. Additionally, trenchless repairs are more cost effective than excavation. There are two types of trenchless repair methods that we often recommend, including:

Pipe Bursting

Pipe bursting is a trenchless method of replacing pipelines that are deep underground, including sewer pipes, water lines, and natural gas pipes without the need for a traditional construction trench. Using a busting-head, the original pipe is broken up as a new pipe is set in its place.

Point Repair

A flexible tube is inserted into the damaged pipe. This inserted pipe is installed by just digging one hole, which means major excavation isn't required. This is why it is also sometimes called point repair because it typically requires the plumber to just create one hole or access point. This can be used to fix only small problems in pipes like cracks or fissures, and cured-in-place pipe lining will fix full pipelines if they need to be completely replaced. This also makes maintenance plans easy to schedule, as the quality of the epoxy liner is extremely durable and reliable.

Call VA Plumbing For Residential Sewer Line Repairs & Replacements In Northern Virginia

At VA Plumbing, we are up to date on all plumbing techniques and are eager to help you with your plumbing problem. Our team is well known for professionalism, time management, and expertise. Give us a call today at 571-218-2290 if you are experiencing any problems in your sewer pipes.

We are proud that our locally, family owned and operated company is a one stop shop for all of your plumbing needs. When you suspect that you are experiencing any type of sewer line issue or you have already determined that you are, we are only a phone call away.

With more than a decade of experience in business, we are committed to providing you with affordable and quality service. Our Leesburg sewer line repair plumbers are highly trained, so we can guarantee you are getting the best possible service. We would be happy to offer you a free estimate and answer any questions you may have.