Sewer Cleaning & Inspection

Keep Things Flowing with Lex’s Plumbing

A properly functioning sewer system is critical in maintaining hygiene, preventing flooding, and efficiently removing wastewater. Our team understands its importance has the knowledge and experience to keep your home flowing seamlessly.

We offer the following sewer services:

  • Sewer Line Repair
  • Sewer Line Replacement
  • Sewer Inspection

Lex’s Plumbing is your local provider of prompt and reliable sewer services, serving homeowners throughout the North DFW Metroplex.

Sewer & Drains

Simplifying the Complexity of Your Sewer Systems

Sewer systems can be complex, requiring specialized knowledge and skills for installation, maintenance, and repair. Problems with your sewer system can also pose a risk to the environment and your family’s health and hygiene, making a quick response essential. 

Lex’s Plumbing has the expertise to diagnose any issue accurately, select the right equipment and materials, and perform repairs and services safely and effectively. We also adhere to strict safety protocols to avoid contamination and leave surfaces and equipment appropriately clean and disinfected. 

When issues arise with your sewer or drain, you can rely on Lex’s Plumbing for a prompt and efficient response.

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Does Your Sewer Have a Problem?

There are several signs to be on the lookout for when you have concerns about your sewer system. Here are some indications you may have a problem:

If water is slow to drain from sinks, showers, bathtubs, or toilets, it could indicate a blockage in the drain line or a more significant problem in your sewer system.

Unpleasant odors emanating from drains, toilets, or outdoors near sewer cleanouts can indicate a buildup of sewage gases due to a blockage or a leak in the sewer line. Sewer gas has a distinctive, foul smell that is often described as similar to rotten eggs.

Sewage backups or overflows in sinks, toilets, or floor drains are clear indicators of a problem in the sewer system. This could be caused by a blockage, tree root intrusion, or sewer line damage.

Puddles of water or soggy areas in the yard, particularly near sewer line cleanouts or septic system components, can indicate a sewer line leak.

Excessive moisture from sewer leaks or backups can promote mold and mildew growth in walls, ceilings, or floors near plumbing fixtures. If you notice signs of mold or mildew, promptly addressing the underlying plumbing issue is essential.

If you’re experiencing any of these signs or have concerns about your sewer, contact Lex’s Plumbing. Early detection and prompt action can prevent costly repairs and ensure the continued functionality of your plumbing system.

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