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San Diego Sewer Services

Sewer Repairs & More in San Diego, CA

The importance of having working sewer lines can’t be understated. All of your home’s drains filter into your sewer lines, which then lead to the public sewer system. Even the smallest of problems in your sewer lines could have ramifications on your entire home, ranging from slowing your drains down to dangerous backflow in some of your most important plumbing systems. They can even cause damage to your property by flooding your yard or causing shifting in your foundation. So when something goes wrong, make sure you call a San Diego plumber with experience and training to handle these issues as quickly and effectively as possible.

When it comes to sewer line services, Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air has your back. We offer a full range of services designed to help you keep your sewer lines in good condition and flowing smoothly. When it comes to repairs, we use the latest tools to ensure that your repair is minimally invasive while effectively eliminating the problem for good. If we need to replace your sewer line, we look at all options available, including the possibility of using trenchless pipe repair to replace your sewer line without having to excavate it or dig up your entire yard. We truly care about your home, and we make it a point to deliver an experience that’s second to none, no matter how large or small your issue, so you can be confident the job is done right.

Call Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air at (866) 374-0402 now and let our experienced team handle your sewer line problems.

Clog Removal

A clog in your sewer line can back up many, if not all of the drains in your home, depending on where it’s located. In the past, these clogs used to be tremendously difficult to remove, and could have even involved excavating your sewer lines. Today, there are a number of options, including snaking and hydrojetting, which can remove these clogs without this painful and intrusive process. We’ll work with you to determine the nature of the clog by inspecting your sewer line, and we will develop a plan that solves your problem as soon as possible.

Sewer Line Repairs

A broken sewer line can be extremely dangerous to your home. A leak in a sewer line can flood your yard with sewage, or even jeopardize the foundation your home is built on. In some cases, a leak can simply be repaired. Whether or not a repair is possible is something that our San Diego plumbers will have to determine with you after a thorough inspection to determine the nature of the problem. In some cases, it may be easier to replace your sewer line outright, while in others a repair will be the far more economical choice.

Sewer Line Replacements

There may come a time where you have to replace your old sewer line because it simply can’t service your home any further. Sewer line replacement can be a big job, but we do everything we can to make it cost-effective, quick, and non-invasive as possible. Our replacement services ensure that your sewer lines are in good condition and will last without issue for years into the future, giving you peace of mind about your home.

Underground Sewer Repair & Root Cutting

Sewer lines can become damaged for a variety of reasons, one of the most common being tree root invasion. Because sewer lines are underneath the ground, they are susceptible to blockages and damage from tree roots. Whether your sewer problem is the result of invasive tree roots or some other problem has occurred, our team can quickly and correctly diagnose the issue and set to work making the necessary repairs. Before beginning any work, we conduct a thorough video sewer inspection to determine the cause of the problem. This will allow us to see if tree roots have begun invading the pipes, or if another blockage or leak is causing the problem. No matter the situation at hand, our team will get to work making any necessary repairs. We even offer trenchless sewer repair to save you time, money, and hassle!

Need a plumber? Get in touch with our team at (866) 374-0402 to schedule your next drain cleaning or sewer service in San Diego or the surrounding areas!

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Don't Let Drips Drain Your Wallet...
    High water bill? Could be any number of things, but methodical troubleshooting can save a lot of time and money. First, listen and look for any obvious signs of leaks. The dog may have found a new favorite place to nap which could indicate a slab leak. Check for movement at your water meter while you are sure nothing is running. Dye test toilet tanks to identify failing flappers and flush valves. Do you hear your toilet filling up at night? Look closely at ceilings and baseboards for discoloration and/or bubbling. Check under sinks and place newspaper on the bottoms of vanities to clearly see if drips occur. This is a good starting point, but if you still are unable to identify the origin of a leak, call a licensed plumber, this will save you time and money in the long run. And remember, don't let drips drain your wallet!
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • How to Care for Your Water Heater
    A water heater is a costly investment, and very few homeowners know how to care for them. With proper maintenance, you can extend the life of the equipment, lower utility costs and minimize the risk damages caused by a leaking water tank. A water heater flush is a fairly simple procedure that removes the buildup of sediment in the tank. To avoid problems and increase the life of the water heater, a flush is recommended every six months. There should always be clear access to the water heater, and keep pertinent information easily accessible. For instance, is your heater gas, electric or propane? Keeping the serial and model numbers readily available will also help address any warranty questions easily. Take care of your water heater and enjoy nice, warm showers for a long time!
    Mary Jean, Owner/President
  • Does Your Sewer Pipe Have a Paunch?
    As a drain specialist, I can promise a sewage backup is almost always caused by some kind of problem with the pipe. A common cause for sewer backup is a belly in the pipe. Bellies tend to worsen over time (but sometimes very quickly) due to leakage at misaligned connections that erode the pipe bedding. Waste and paper will collect in the pool and build up, creating a dam which will lead to continual stoppages. Most of the material in a sewer line can be removed when we clean the main line, but it will build right back up. Water will continue to leak out of the bad connections, further eroding the bedding of the pipe and the belly will continue to worsen. This can progress from pipe belly to collapse.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Sewer Inspection BEFORE You Buy!
    Before you buy a home, traditionally you require a home inspection. Checking the condition of the sewer system is not included. I would highly recommend spending a small amount to determine its condition. Sewer replacement can be expensive, and every prospective homeowner should take the extra step to ensure they don’t buy a house and literally put thousands of dollars down the drain. How can the condition of sewer pipes be determined? Inquire about the history of the existing homeowner. Frequent blockages, odors, slow drains or rapid growth of vegetation can be tell-tale signs of a compromised pipe. The best and only way to determine the condition of a sewer pipe is to have a camera inspection by a drain specialist. If you hire a specialist, they should have a camera with video capabilities and can provide you a copy of the video.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Easy DIY for Better AC & Heating Efficiency
    No need to call a heating and air conditioning repair or installation contractor for this easy task. Simply purchase a new air filter and replace the current one. Your air quality and efficiency will be improved by this simple step. Be sure to check your air filter every 30 days during summer use, and replace it when needed.
    Bryan, HVAC Service & Sales Manager
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