Sewer Line Repair in Orange County, California

Moffett Plumbing & Air specializes in house sewer line repair services in Orange County, California.

Sewer Line Repair in Orange County, California 

A sewer line is responsible for transporting the waste from our homes through our drains to the main sewer drain. Your sewer line is a part of your property's plumbing system and is located under ground level. If you have ever had a slight issue with a sewer line, you will know that it can be a very unpleasant situation. 

Keeping your sewer line in proper working order does not have to be a lot of work. If you hire a professional plumbing service to take care of your residential sewer line repair, you don’t have to worry about getting your hands dirty. Moffett Plumbing & Air specializes in house sewer line repair services in Orange County, California.

Give us a call for more information on how we can assist you with your sewer line. Contact us at 714.874.3440 today.

Blocked Sewer Lines

It is easy for a sewer line to get blocked up since it is not a very big pipe. Your water usage and what you dispose of in your toilets and drains contribute towards a blocked sewer line. Toilets are the first place you will notice that your sewer line has developed a blockage because a toilet runs straight to your sewer line. 

While smaller blockages will cause minor difficulty, large blockages will push dirty water back up your drain pipes and into your home. This can cause severe damage to your property and put your home at risk of health hazards and diseases. Not to mention the unpleasant odor that comes with dirty water. 

When sewer lines get blocked, there is little that can be done by yourself. When you hire a professional plumber, they are equipped with the machinery and tools necessary for cleaning or repairing a sewer line. It is important to call a plumber to take care of all your residential sewer line repairs. At Moffett Plumbing & Air, we use advanced camera technology to inspect the inside of your sewer line. If we discover that your sewer line requires repairs, we will discuss the details with you and conduct the repairs.

Sewer Line Leaks

Detecting a sewer line leak is a task only for a trained expert. We have the necessary skills and equipment to detect the source of your leaking sewer line. Sometimes a sewer line is replaced unnecessarily, only to find that it was not the cause of the leaking pipe. A sewer line may even be mistaken for a regular water pipe, as the color of the water might be the same as your water supply. The bottom line is that you should hire a professional to get the job done right and save you money and hassle. 

House sewer line repairs should be taken care of as soon as possible. The risks involved in having a leaking sewer line could damage your property and be a serious health risk to you and your family.

What Causes Sewer Line Problems?

There are many causes of sewer line problems. When you contact us, we will find the best solution to repair your sewer and restore it to its proper condition. Here are a few causes of sewer line problems: 

Rusted or Corroded Sewer Lines

As your home ages, so does your sewer line. As your sewer line ages, it may rust or corrode. This lowers the integrity of your sewer line. Corrosion and rust are the leading causes of leaking sewer lines.

Sunken Pipes

As a result of constant change in the soil surrounding your sewer line, your sewer line may sink and create a trough. It creates the perfect place for dirt and debris to collect. This collection of waste causes a blockage in your sewer pipe.

Blocked Sewers

A blocked sewer line can also be caused by a build-up of dirt or grease. Unfortunately, this hinders the flow of water from your drains through your sewer lines. This can put pressure on your pipes. Unblocking these pipes can be done professionally in no time.

Faulty Joints

The joints on your sewer line are sealed. Over time, these seals may become worn or damaged. This will lead to a leaking pipe.


Often, tree roots grow around or even through your sewer line. This can cause severe damage and blockage to your sewer line.

Sewer Line Repair VS Replacement

You may be wondering if you should repair or replace your sewer line. There are two main ways to repair or replace a damaged sewer line. When you hire Moffett Plumbing & Air, we will take care of all your sewer line issues so your drain system can function as it should. This means you don't have to worry about sewer lines backing up and causing health problems in your home.

Traditional Sewer Line Solutions 

A traditional sewer line repair is a method that is more commonly used to repair and replace sewer lines. This method has proved to be a more costly way to repair your sewer lines and can be time-consuming. This method involves the area around your sewer pipes being dug up. This ground has to be removed, and the piping can then be replaced. After the piping has been repaired or replaced, the ground can be put back over the area that was dug up. This may require the rental of large earth-moving equipment that can be expensive and can cause possible damage to your landscape. 

Trenchless Sewer line Repairs 

Trenchless sewer line repair and replacement is a more modern way of taking care of your sewer line. This method is far more cost-effective and can be a hassle-free task. Unfortunately, it is not commonly used because it is not well-known among homeowners. This method does not require us to dig up your landscape or entire garden to find the source of your sewer line problem. Rather, your pipes are hydro or mechanically cleaned. Thereafter, a flexible, epoxy-saturated tube is installed directly onto your existing damaged pipe. When this epoxy hardens, it forms a new pipe within the old, damaged pipe.

The Best Sewer Line Repair in Orange County, California 

If you are looking for the best in sewer line repairs, we are the team for you. We strive to bring satisfaction to every customer we deal with. Don't hesitate if you are dealing with a damaged sewer line. 

Moffett Plumbing & Air offers only the best service in Orange County, California. For more information on how we can repair your sewer line, call us at 714.874.3440 or contact us on our website.

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