Main Drain Repair

Expires on May 31, 2024

Do Not Wait to Request Main Drain Repair in the Inland Empire

When it comes time to get help with main drain repair in Riverside County or San Bernardino County, there is no time to waste. Even the difference of thirty minutes can allow significant damage to occur to your property. At Preferred Plumbing and Rooter Service, we are proud to offer 24-hour emergency services as well as scheduled services. Call us now if you need help.

Signs That You Need Main Drain Repair

If you notice any of the issues, then it might be time to get help with the main drain repair.

  • Sewage blockage or backup
  • Bad odors
  • Mold
  • Slow draining
  • Indentations in your lawn
  • Patches of grass that are much greener and lusher than the grass around them
  • Cracks in the foundation of your property
  • Pools of septic waste
  • Pests

These can cause serious issues and will only get worse if not addressed. The good news is that you can count on Preferred Plumbing and Rooter Service for help 24 hours per day.

There Are Many Potential Issues That Can Lead to the Need for Main Drain Repair

Once we come out and get the damage repaired, our clients often ask us what caused the issue in the first place. There are many potential reasons including:

  • Severe pipe damage. When pipes break or become ruptured, the sewage can’t drain through the system – which leads to backups. This can happen due to shifting soil, increased ground traffic above the pipes, older pipes corroding, or leaking joints.
  • Sagging sewer line. This can simply happen over time as parts of the pipe sink due to changes in soil conditions.
  • Tree roots. Today’s pipes are tight and generally made out of PVC, which resists tree roots breaking through. Older pipes were made from porous materials like clay, which can allow roots to attach and seek out water.
  • Debris flushed down the toilet. There is a reason that your plumber will tell you to only flush toilet paper down the toilet – anything else can cause serious issues.
  • Grease. Likewise, you should never pour grease, fat, or oil down the drain. Instead, pour liquid fat into jars and throw it away when it solidifies. Running hot water down with the grease is not enough to prevent it from hardening and sticking to your pipes.

When we work with you, we can assess the situation to determine what caused your issue and ways to prevent it from happening again.