(Spin Digit Editorial):- El Cajon, California Oct 14, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – As many San Diego County homes reach over 50 years of having Cast Iron Piping in the ground, they are experiencing hairline cracks, holes, and breaks in the sewer pipes. It is causing toxic smells, foundation cracks, and wet lawns. Some companies like to reline sewer lines with coatings. Most of the time, this method isn’t appropriate due to the fact that if there is a leak in one area of a sewer line, it means that the rest of the pipe may not be able to support a coating. Your property’s sewer systems perform an important, but dirty job. Finding a problem in a sewer line requires a process that includes – a camera, test balls, water, time, digging, trenching, and more. Contact us today!
In addition to sewer cleaning and sewer line replacement, Kellems Plumbing now provides sewer line replacement in El Cajon and surrounding areas to help homeowners replace their sewer line system. Kellems Plumbing provides the most cost-effective option in the long run.
Kellems Plumbing El Cajon is a family-owned and operated plumbing company serving San Diego and the surrounding areas. Kellems Plumbing San Diego specializes in plumbing and sewer line replacement in El Cajon and repair with more than 30 years of combined experience.
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Sewer backups and leaks don’t always lead to sewer line replacements. Often a simpler and less costly solution can be found by contacting the right experts and identifying the root cause of the problem.
You can use these factors to better understand when sewer line replacement may be needed, what it involves, and why it is necessary.
Identify the signs that a sewer line needs to be replaced
The following sewer problem warning signs can be a good indication that a sewer line needs to be replaced (or, at least, some maintenance or repair work is needed):
Drain backups or persistent slow drainage
Gurgling sounds in drains
Foul sewage odors
Pools of water on your lawn
Flooding septic waste in your yard
Kellems Plumbing is looking forward to serving El Cajon and San Diego County.
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