Sewer Repair in Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Tarrant Counties

There are countless drains running through your building’s walls and floors, and they all lead down to the sewer line which connects your household drains to the sewer main under the public road. Since it is buried under private property, the sewer line installation is the property owner’s responsibility. So, make sure you take care of sewer repair without delay. Call Texas Rooter if you need professional sewer repair in Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Tarrant Counties. Our uniformed plumbers can also take care of sewer line cleaning as well as sewer line replacements. In short, Texas Rooter is your source for all things sewer lines.

Testimonials

Debra Pollick
Irving, TX
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The workmanship of the plumbing tech they sent out was stellar! I was honestly impressed with this young man’s knowledge & work ethic, as well as his genuine kindness towards my elderly parents and the situation at hand, with my mom being sick. Texas Rooter should be proud to have someone like Tyler on their staff, he represented the company glowingly! I have used Texas Rooter a few times now and I must say each time has been a good experience all around. Even when you call to schedule, they are just so friendly! I highly recommend them to anyone who needs a plumber in the DFW area.

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Paul Parker
Lewisville, TX
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Raymond was the technician that came out to hydrogen my sewer lines. He was on time, very professional, and thorough. Even showed me the camera as it traveled through the lines both before & after the hydro jetting. I was very impressed with their service. I strongly recommend Texas Rooter anyone looking for a local plumber in the area.

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Judy Lewis
North Richland Hills, TX
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The gentleman who was here was very courteous, respectful of property, and got the job done. He explained what he was going to do and why, and afterward explained the results in terms that were understandable to me. Very pleased.

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How to Keep the Sewer Line Flowing

Sewer lines are responsible for carrying wastewater away from your property and into the municipal sewer system. However, when debris such as grease, food particles, and other foreign objects build up in your pipes, it can lead to blockages that prevent the flow of water.
As such, it is essential that you keep non-biodegradable waste OUT of the drains. Only flush toilet paper, pee, and poo, and keep used fats, oils, and greases out of the kitchen sink. Also toss fibrous, hard, and absorbent foods in the compost bin or trash bin rather than the kitchen sink.
No amount of preventative measures can completely keep out gunk and debris from the sewer line. Over time, buildup can form in the sewer line. Schedule sewer line cleaning once every couple of years to have a plumber clear the sewer line. Call Texas Rooter to have your sewer line as clean as a whistle!

When to Schedule Sewer Repair

With the sewer line installation buried several feet underground, it’s hard to know when it is damaged or vulnerable. Fortunately, there are several signs that your sewer line may be damaged or faulty, including:

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  • Slow drainage or backups in multiple sinks and tubs.
  • Gurgling or bubbling sounds from multiple toilets, sinks, and tubs.
  • Foul odors coming from your drains.
  • Wet spots or sinkholes in your yard.
  • Pest or rodent infestations.

If you notice any of these warning signs, then grab the phone and schedule sewer repair as soon as possible. Our team of experienced plumbers can perform a thorough inspection to determine the source of the problem and recommend the best repair solution for your specific situation.

Is It Time to Replace the Sewer Line?

In some cases, sewer line repair may not be sufficient to fix the problem. If the damage is too extensive or the line is too old, a sewer line replacement may be necessary. This involves removing the old line and installing a new one in its place.
You don’t have to worry about your yard getting torn apart like an archeological site. At Texas Rooter, we employ trenchless sewer line repair and replacement techniques such as pipe bursting and pipe lining, which can save you from having to spend hundreds of dollars on restoring your property when the plumbers left.
Call Texas Rooter to learn more about our trenchless sewer line replacement in Dallas, Collin, Denton and Tarrant Counties and schedule a convenient appointment.

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Why Choose Us

Why Choose Texas Rooter
24-Hour Emergency Service

Texas Rooter provides 24-Hour emergency plumbing services in Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Tarrant Counties and all nearby towns. Call us anytime you need a nearby plumber. We will be there.

Licensed Plumbers

Licensed, Insured & Bonded

We are a licensed, insured, and bonded plumbing company. Texas Rooter is locally owned and operated. Support a local business. Contact our office now to schedule experienced plumbers in your area.