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Where The Sewer Lines Are

Find the Hidden Beasts Where They Are Supposed to Be

Do you know where the sewer lines are? Call A-Affordable Sanitation before you break ground!  Finding the exact location of a sewer line is crucial for any project you may be starting on your property. Just simply guessing or poking around in your yard can cause immediate problems or result in changing your design plans.

Many local municipalities have specific building codes related to installing and attaching new sewer lines, and making proper repairs. Know where your sewer lines are before you dig. Call us today for our superior sewer line locating services. We use quality equipment, paired with vast experience to find your exact sewer line location and make the correct repairs.


Are You a New Home Owner or Property Owner?

Learning everything you can about your new home or property can be beneficial down the road if an issue arises. Knowing the exact sewer line path can give you a first look if you begin to see a problem area. Our team prides itself on hard work, skill, dedication, and high-level personal service for every customer on every job. Our customers can know they are getting responsible and reliable work. Visit our website to learn about the benefits of locating sewer lines as a new home or property owner.


Are You Seeing Green Where the Sewer Lines Are?

One of the telltale signs of a sewer line leak is an increase of vegetation growth around the area. You may begin to see thicker, greener grass in the area of the leak. A sewer line leak will also provide your yard with a large amount of moisture. This moisture soaks the soil and can cause it to shift or collapse, often leaving your lawn with low spots. You may also see an increase in your water bill. If you’ve noticed a recent spike in your water usage, you’re most likely paying for a leak.


Use Your Senses to Find Sewer Lines

Do you detect an odor of sewage in your basement or even outside? If so, you are most likely dealing with some sort of sewer line leak or clog. Even if you don’t smell anything you may be able to feel the moisture in the air in your basement. Also be on the lookout for mold or mildew growth on the walls. If you see more in one area than in others, your sewer line problem is only a few inches away. Before the problem grows even more, call our master plumbers at A-Affordable Sanitation. Our team has the knowledge and experience to locate your sewer line and identify and repair any damage.


For more information on sewer line location and sewer line repair, give A-Affordable Sanitation, a call at (724) 763-1449. Like us on Facebook to stay up-to-date with the latest news and information. We are happy to discuss more about finding where your sewer lines are.