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Menlo Park’s Trusted Company for Sewer Repair
A problematic sewer line is not something to ignore. Depending on the issue, you might face a range of problems in your home, including smelly drains, backed up toilets, slow-draining sinks, and more. If you notice low water levels in your toilet or sudden mold growth around your house, you may have a damaged sewer line.
Commando Plumbing is available to provide quality sewer repair services in Redwood City and surrounding communities. Our plumbers are highly trained and have extensive experience repairing all types of sewer line problems. Whether you have broken, cracked, collapsed, or sagging pipes, our team is ready to provide a tailored solution to meet your specific needs and budget. Our high-quality solutions will leave your plumbing system in excellent condition and give you the long-term peace of mind you deserve.
Call Commando Plumbing at (650) 690-4868 today to receive a free estimate for professional sewer repair.
Signs You Need Sewer Line Repair
Most people don’t think about their sewer line until they start experiencing problems. Everything seems to be working seamlessly, until all the sudden there’s an issue that can’t be ignored. Whether due to shifting ground, a tough blockage, tree root intrusion, or some other factor, your pipes can develop serious damage and start wreaking havoc on your property.
There are several ways to tell if your sewer line has been damaged, including:
- You smell sewer odors inside or around your house
- You see cracks in your home’s foundation
- You have multiple clogged drains in your home
- You notice wet spots or extra lush patches of grass in your yard
- Your shower drain backs up when you flush the toilet
- You have mold growing on your walls
- Your lawn has a new dip in it
If you have noticed any of these issues, you should consider calling for sewer repair as soon as possible, since the damage will only become worse and more costly over time. Small hairline fractures can turn into large broken sections of pipe, and tree roots growing in your lines can eventually bring the flow of water to a stop or destroy your piping system altogether. Call Commando Plumbing today for a camera inspection so we can identify the source of the problem and make the necessary repairs before it gets any worse.