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Reliable Sewer Line Repair Services 

One of your home’s most essential elements is the sewer system. The sewer system disposes of everything from waste to excess water, a minor problem, can cause a significant inconvenience for your entire household. Sewage backups can become dangerous if unwanted harmful bacteria festers within the pipe system, spreading through your whole house. It would help if you had a local plumbing team you can count on at first sight of a sewage backup. 

Call the professional Pittsburgh sewer repair experts at Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing if you start to detect any issues with your sewer system. For over 35 years, the Restano Team has provided unique home solutions to the Pittsburgh area. Our team of Pittsburgh plumbers specialize in sewer repair work and can even handle the biggest plumbing problems. So if you need a residential sewer line repair contractor you can trust, give us a call​ today!

Common Residential Sewer Line Problems 

Plumbing systems can fail unexpectedly, leading to unwanted home damages. Here is a list of the most common recurring residential sewer line problems we experience. Early prevention is critical in reducing home damages caused by sewer line failure. Our services include sewer line cleaning, line repair, line replacement, and pipelining. 

Common sewer line issues:

  • Damaged piping: Shifting soil can cause pipes to break or crack.
  • Blockage: Flushing foreign objects and built-up kitchen grease.
  • Tree roots: Root invasion can cause cracks and blockages.
  • Bellied pipes: Soil can sink, weakening under the pipe.
  • Corrosion: Over time, the line can collapse from deteriorating & restricting water flow.

If you continually experience issues with your sewer line, it might be time to create a new action plan. Depending on your sewer line, replacement may be more cost-effective than constantly repairing your line. An experienced Restano plumber can recommend the best course of action based on your home’s unique sewer line situation!

How Can I Prevent a Sewer Backup?

If you have experienced home flooding after a heavy downpour, you know the aftermath of the water. In addition, home flooding can cause a sewage backup displaying unwanted wastewater or sewage in your home. The exposed wastewater is a health hazard and should be taken care of immediately. At Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, we offer 24/7 emergency plumbing service for residential and commercial properties in the Pittsburgh area. 

As a homeowner, there are a few steps you can take advantage of to prevent an unwanted sewage backup in your home. To stop wastewater from seeping back into the foundation, you can invest in a floor drain plug, preventing water from escaping the drainage pipes. In addition, you can install a backflow preventer in both residential and commercial settings to inhibit water from flowing backward. Restano Heating, Cooling & Plumbing is certified to install a backflow preventer and a floor drain plug. If you have recurring sewer line issues, contact your local plumbing team today. 

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