Sewer Line Repair & Replacement in Miami Lakes, FL
South Florida homeowners face extreme weather, but inflated billing is something you can control. If you need sewer line repair or replacement services, avoid inflated bills and hidden fees by turning to us.
Phixser Solutions Inc. provides full-service plumbing, electrical, and air conditioning services in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Backed by years of experience, we offer same-day service, upfront prices, and flexible financing options.
We offer white-glove service, and our trusted technicians are licensed and insured and service all brands. With free estimates on replacement quotes and service calls, rely on us for all your sewer and plumbing needs, and use an online coupon for added savings.
3 Signs To Replace Your Sewer Line
From bothersome and repeated drainage clogs to slow drains or unpleasant gas odors, how can you tell when to replace your sewer line? Place a service request with us if you see the warning signs below to reduce damage to your home and lawn and lower repair and replacement costs.
Signs you should replace your sewer line include:
- Odors: If your yard smells unpleasant, causes can include cracks or leaks in your sewer line. Our professional team uses advanced equipment to find the source during a video inspection.
- Appearance: If your lawn has lush green patches, visible sewage, water pools, or bubbling soft spots, the underlying cause is likely wastewater escaping broken pipes and fertilizing the grass.
- Noise: Air trapped in the pipes can cause bubbling or gurgling noises from your toilet or drains. Let our team uncover if the root cause is tree limbs or debris.
Same-Day Sewer Line Repairs
Florida homeowners must routinely maintain their sewer lines and schedule repairs. Detecting leaks and cracks from debris and tree limbs is crucial to avoiding expensive repair costs. Alert us to sewage smells or stubborn drain clogs, especially if a backup simultaneously affects more than one fixture, like your sink and toilet.
With same-day appointments, coupons online, and free quotes, our NATE-certified team will use cutting-edge technology to expedite repairs, help you prevent a full sewer breakdown, and minimize disruptions to your home and outdoor space.
Expert Sewer Line Installation
Sewer line replacements from blockages or backups are a nightmare. Workers have to dig up the lawn, the area smells like waste, and it can take weeks to complete, but not with us!
Avoid stress with our professional sewer line installation.
Our highly trained team is efficient in installing new sewer lines and will promptly inspect your property and expertly complete the new line installation.
Phixser Solutions Inc. is the leading choice for residential and commercial plumbing, AC, and electrical services in South Florida.
With honest and transparent pricing and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, our NATE-certified technicians have safe solutions for all your plumbing needs. Adhering to all building codes and regulations, with our white-glove service, our professional team will respect your home and clean up after completing the job.
Trust us with your sewer and plumbing installations, inspections, service, and repairs, and enjoy discounted perks and exclusive, same-day premiere service.
What happens if the sewer line is clogged?
Sewer line clogs smell like waste, you will have slow drainage, and you can hear gurgling noises in your sinks and tub drains. Hence, multiple pipes are affected, unlike a drain clog, which only impacts one drain.
What is the difference between a sewer line and a drain line?
Sewer lines are outside, while drain lines are inside and carry wastewater out of your home through external pipes that lead to your city’s sewer system.
Can gutters drain into a sewer line?
Sewer lines collect and direct water from your property to mitigate flooding risk. Contractors who add new and replacement gutters can create a sewer line outlet, but check with your state because some areas consider it an illegal connection.
Is a separate sewer system better than a combined sewer system?
Separated systems are less durable than combined sewer systems, which makes them vulnerable to problems like sewer line breaks from heavy rainstorms. Problems that indicate a main sewer line problem include plumbing backups, floods, and slow drainage.