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Sewer Line Repair/Replacement in San Antonio

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Schedule Service
  • There's a sewer odor in/around your home
  • You have several slow drains
  • You frequently have clogged drains
  • Septic waste is pooling in your lawn
  • Water backs up in other drains when you flush the toilet
  • You hear a gurgling noise coming from your pipes
  • You notice your water bill is steadily rising, without any changes to your water usage
  • Diagnosis: Your plumber will diagnose what's wrong with your drain line using state-of-the-art video cameras.
  • Upfront pricing: After we’ve found the problem, we’ll recommend either repairing the line or replacing it, depending on the severity of the damage. We’ll give you upfront pricing for whatever solution is needed.
  • Repair/replace: Just sit back and relax while we access the problem pipe and repair or replace it. Most sewer line repairs/replacements take about 2–6 hours to complete.
  • 100% satisfaction—guaranteed: If we did not exceed your expectations, we’ll do everything we can to make it right.
  • Low: $1,250
  • Average: $3,500
  • High: $8,000

The cost of your sewer line repair/replacement will depend on the following factors:

  • The location of the damaged pipe: If the damaged pipe is hard to reach (buried deep, surrounded by trees, covered by pool decking, etc.), your contractor will need more time and tools to fix it, which means higher labor costs.
  • The length of the pipe that needs to be repaired/replaced: The longer the pipe, the more expensive it will be to replace because it will require more parts and labor.
  • Restoration costs: Repairing or replacing a sewer line involves digging. If the broken line is located under the lawn or driveway, you’ll need to factor in the cost to restore those areas once the job is complete.