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Sewer Line Repair & Replacement in Macon & Warner Robins, GA

Your sewer line is one of the most important parts of your plumbing system. It keeps waste out of your home and drains, so you rarely have to think about it. In fact, in the best case scenario, you’ll never have to worry about your sewer line at all. But, we understand that the best case scenario is not always reality. Sometimes tree roots grow into your sewer line, blocking the flow of waste and water. Sometimes a clog forms when you flush wipes or tissues down the toilet. It’s likely that at some point, an issue will appear, and you will need sewer line repair or replacement in Macon or Warner Robins, GA.

That’s why We Care is here! We are plumbing experts, and with expertise across a range of home services, including HVAC and septic services in addition to plumbing, we know our stuff. We’re here to serve you and your family in Central Georgia, with both customer service and a high standard for the quality of work we provide. When your sewer line needs repairs, give us a call at (478) 200-9166, and we will assess it!

FAQs About Sewer Line Services

We’ve gathered answers to some of the questions customers ask us the most about sewer line repair and replacement in Macon, Warner Robins, and elsewhere in Central Georgia.

What is a sewer line?

A sewer line is the pipe that connects your home plumbing system to the municipal sewage system. Basically, it takes any waste flushed or washed down the drain from your home to a public water treatment plant to be cleaned and used once again. Your sewer line keeps that waste from backing up in your home or polluting the local water supply.

How do I know if my sewer line needs repair?

When you need sewer line repair in Macon or Warner Robins, GA, it may not be obvious to you at first. Keep an eye out for the following signs:

How often does my sewer line need replacement?

This depends on what materials your sewer line is made out of. If it’s made from discontinued or outdated materials, it likely needs to be replaced soon, as many of these materials, like hardened clay have a shorter lifespan. Modern materials like PVC can last over 100 years.

However, this doesn’t mean that you won’t have to get your sewer line replaced at some point. If you begin to notice frequent issues, corrosion, rust, or other telltale signs that your sewer line will no longer serve you, you may need to get a sewer line replacement in Macon or Warner Robins before the end of the natural lifespan of the piping.

How invasive is a sewer line replacement?

There are multiple different types of sewer line replacements, including traditional and trenchless sewer line replacement. Traditional sewer line replacement involves digging up your yard to fully replace your existing piping, which while sometimes necessary, can be destructive to your yard and landscaping. Trenchless sewer line replacement is not always the ideal method, but it does allow sewer lines to be replaced without digging up your yard. A good plumbing company like We Care will recommend the sewer line replacement in Macon, Warner Robins, or the surrounding areas that is right for you.

Are there any alternatives to sewer lines?

Most homes in and near cities have sewer lines. But about a third of American homes use a different kind of system called a septic tank. A septic tank is a sewage and water treatment system installed directly on your property, and it allows homes in more rural or remote areas to process wastewater.

How can I take care of my sewer line?

Your sewer line is an important part of your plumbing system and your home. Like any other element of your home, there are always things you can do to maintain your sewer line to avoid frequent repairs, like the following:

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