At Marv’s Plumbing and Heating, we offer sewer backup solutions that Laramie County residents can rely on. Your sewer lines ensure that wastewater is safely moved away from your property, but just like your drain pipes, sewer lines can become clogged, leading to unsanitary sewage backups. Our team is made up of industry experts who specialize in diagnosing, repairing, and replacing clogged or damaged sewer lines. Flooding caused by sewer backups can result in expensive damages to your commercial or residential property, so it’s important to know when to seek out professional help.
Warning Signs of Sewer Backup
Recognizing the early signs of a sewer backup could minimize damage and help protect your Wyoming property. One major indicator of an issue with your sewer lines is water backing up in other places around your home or business, such as when you flush the toilet and hear bubbling or gurgling sounds coming from your bathtub or shower. When sewer lines are blocked or clogged, the water is forced to find another way out of the system, which can potentially lead to a backup of raw sewage. Bubbles coming from your toilet or sink are another red flag that you are experiencing a clog or blockage. Most drains will become clogged at least once in their lifetime, but it’s best to avoid do-it-yourself solutions, which can often just mask the problem and allow it to accumulate into a potentially hazardous situation with a costly repair. Our experienced team of professionals can quickly and efficiently assess your sewer problems and offer a viable solution.
Common Causes of Sewer Backups
Obstructions such as dirt and mineral buildup, tree root invasion, and foreign objects can significantly impact the performance of your sewer and drain pipes. Clogs and blockages can prevent wastewater from connecting your home or business to the municipal sewer line, eventually causing a sewer backup. Tree roots that grow inside and around your pipes have the potential crack or collapse your sewer and drain lines as they expand through your system. Older homes often have pipes made from materials like cast iron and clay, which are more susceptible to faster deterioration, leading to breaks, cracks, and collapsed lines. Our technicians are equipped with state-of-the-art tools to inspect the interior of your sewer and drain lines for any clogs or blockages.
Commercial Sewer Backup
At Marv’s Plumbing and Heating, we are experienced in servicing both residential and commercial sewer lines, which can have very different needs. Unlike individual homes, commercial properties see a high volume of traffic, which puts more strain on sewer and drain lines, increasing the likelihood of a sewer backup problem. Regularly scheduled maintenance can help prevent larger issues from occurring, allowing you to keep your doors open to the public.
Whether you own a home or a business, our industry experts at Marv’s Plumbing and Heating Cheyenne are eager to assist you and will always arrive at your Wyoming property prepared. If you are experiencing problems with sewer backups, don’t hesitate to call one of our associates and schedule an appointment today.