How Old Are Your Bothell Sewer Lines?

How Old Are Your Bothell Sewer Lines?

Are you starting to notice issues with your sewer piping? You may have clay or concrete sewer lines if your Bothell property is older. This was the go-to material decades ago, but they are known for causing issues due to corrosion over time. All Valley Plumbing is here to help you determine your type of plumbing and what you need to do to fix any issues.

Common Issues with Clay and Concrete Lines

Nobody wants a messy sewage backup, but this could become a problem if you have clay or concrete piping connected to your home. Because these materials can start to degrade, it leaves them vulnerable to shifting soil breaks or root infiltration from nearby trees or shrubs.

All Valley Plumbing has the expertise and technology to diagnose your sewer line problem and provide a workable fix. With our camera technology, we can get a closer look down inside the lines to determine the materials as well as any areas that have been compromised.

Repair or Replacement?

If you have older lines made with materials like clay or concrete, it is more common to have a replacement. Failing to address issues now means you could have more problems with sewage leaks or backups in the future. Our plumbing technicians will be happy to review all options so you can decide on your plumbing project.

Did you know that all of our work is fully guaranteed? All Valley  Plumbing is a trusted name in the area, providing residential and commercial sewer line repair, replacement, and installation services. Be sure to ask us about any available discounts to save you money on your next project.

(425) 357-7420 is the number to call for all Valley Plumbing when you need help with your clay or concrete sewer lines in Bothell.