Welcome To Liberty Plumbing & Sewer Services
A Plumbing Services Charleston Premier Service Provider
At Liberty Plumbing we know that repeat business and the word-of-mouth referrals of our satisfied customers are the key to our success. That is why doing a quality job at an affordable price each and every time is our highest priority. When it comes to plumbing in Charleston SC, you need to call Liberty Plumbing and Services.
Liberty Takes Care Of The Problem So You Don’t Miss Out On What’s Really Important!
As a customer, you will find that our small business will provide a more intimate, one-on-one customer experience often missing with many larger, nationally franchised plumbing companies. We are one of the premier Plumbing & Sewer Charleston SC services available in the Charleston Metro Area.
Having Sewer Line Problems?
See the answers below of some of the most common questions about sewer problems.
Do I really need to replace my sewer line?
If you begin to smell sewage, notice that patches of your yard are always wet regardless of the weather, or if you see a wet sinkhole in the yard, then you probably need to have your sewer line replaced. At some point, all sewer lines need to be repaired or replaced, particularly in homes built during the 1970s or earlier.
How do I know if there are roots in my sewer line?
Here are some signs to watch for:
- Slow Emptying Drains. Slowly flowing drains are often the first sign of root damage.
- Sinkholes. Sinkholes are normal in some parts of the country, but they can also be a sign of serious pipe damage caused by roots.
- Collapsed and Blocked Pipes.
- Bad Odors.
How do you know if your main line is clogged?
Main sewer line clogs usually cause water to back up out of a drain or plumbing system. These clogs can cause a gurgling sound to come from your drains. Possible signs include your
toilet water bubbling, water backing up from your tub or shower when you flush, or water bubbling from your faucets.
What happens during a sewer inspection?
What is a sewer inspection? This is an inspection done by a camera attached to a snake line. The video camera records the state of the sewer, revealing any cracks, tree roots, collapsed lines, clogs, and other problems inside the sewer.
How long does a sewer line inspection take?
A normal sewer inspection usually takes about an hour. However, if there are intrusions, such as blockages of vegetation or clogs, it could take longer. The home might be in need of new pipes. If that is the case, you can consult with us for a quote to have the pipes cleaned and even renewed with pipe repair.
How serious is the sewer line stomach?
Sewer line bellies are a common problem that can create aggravating sewer pipe problems for property owners. A sag in a sewer pipe will eventually lead to standing water and sediment collecting in the middle of the line, which in turn can lead to erosion, blockages, and a major backup for the homeowner.
What are the signs of a broken sewer pipe?
7 Broken Sewer Line Symptoms
- An Odor of Sewer Gas
- Slow Drains
- Clogs and Backups
- Lush, Green Lawn Area
- Soggy Lawn
- Insect and Rodent Infestation
- Mold & Mildew
Can you patch a sewer line?
Cracked sewer pipes can be more than just a costly repair—they can result in extensive and pricey property damage and lead to serious health risks. Sewer line repair is the first line of defense when a sewer line fails. If the sewer line can‘t be repaired, sewer line replacement is the only other option.
When should I replace my main sewer line?
Sewage pipes tend to fail more frequently in old age. If you’re not sure how old your pipes are, consider the age of your home. A house built 50+ years ago is more likely to need sewer line replacement.
How much does a sewer line repair cost?
The sewer line repair cost varies from $4,000 to $25,000. On average, expect to pay $92 to $238 per foot as a sewer line replacement cost. Traditional replacement methods average a cost of $7,500. Trenchless methods range between $6,000 and $12,000
How much does it cost to have the main sewer line cleaned?
Main Sewer Line Clog Costs
Cleaning a sewer line costs an average of $306 with a typical range between $174 and $455. Snaking or Rodding: $100-$250 or about the cost of a service call. Fixing mainline clogs can run twice as much.