Sewer & Water Line Services in the Baltimore Area
Did you know that you as a homeowner are responsible for the portion of the sewer line and water line that runs from your home to the main line on the street? Pohlman Plumbing is here to help if you encounter any issues with your sewer line or water line in your Baltimore area home. Whether you have a clog, backup, or root infiltration, our professional Baltimore plumbers are ready to tackle the job in an efficient and effective manner!
Contact Pohlman Plumbing online or call us at (410) 764-5626 today to schedule water line or sewer services in Baltimore and surrounding areas!
Sewer Lines in Baltimore: Inspection, Repair & Replacement
We know Baltimore sewer lines can be tricky, and there is never a good time for your sewer to back up. So, when you encounter issues with your sewer line, the Pohlman team is ready to help! We are skilled with both sewer line trenches, as well as trenchless sewer lines.
Call for sewer line replacement, inspection, or repair when you have any of the following issues:
- Sewer line blockages or clogs
- Improper installation of sewer lines
- Wear and tear on sewer lines
- Root or tree intrusion clogging sewer lines
If your sewer is facing any of these issues, or just isn’t working properly, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Our professional plumbers have years of experience fixing a wide variety of sewer-related issues and will work hard to resolve your problem as quickly as possible.
Contact us now for sewer line repair, installation, and inspection in the Baltimore metro area today!
Water Line Replacement, Inspections & Repairs
Have a leaking polybutylene water line or noticing excess water running through your pipes? Pohlman Plumbing has all the equipment to save you time and money.
Here are some common signs that your main water line is due for repair:
- High water bills
- Water running into the road or your yard
- Water running through pipes when no faucets are open
- Unusual water leaks
- Wet or spongy areas on your ceilings or walls
We offer trenchless sewer and water line replacements to save you money on yard restoration. We also offer free estimates on all sewer and water line replacements.
Contact us today for sewer repair and replacement services in the Baltimore metro area!
Schedule Baltimore Sewer Line & Water Line Service
Whether your water line is leaking, your sewer is backed up, or your water bills have skyrocketed, know you can count on the Pohlman Plumbing team to get your home’s plumbing back in good working order. We’ve seen it all when it comes to plumbing issues and are prepared to handle anything.
Contact us online at (410) 764-5626 to schedule sewer line repair in Baltimore today!
We can help with sewer line service in the following cities: Annapolis, Baltimore, Beltsville, Bowie, Clinton, College Park, Columbia, Crofton, Dundalk, Ellicott City, Gambrills, Glen Burnie, Greenbelt, Largo, Laurel, Linthicum Heights, Pasadena, Severna Park, Towson, and the nearby areas.
Sewer & Water Line FAQs
How often do I need my sewer line inspected?
Sewer lines are often taken for granted, and homeowners forget about the need to inspect them entirely. In order to prevent against catastrophic damage to your home’s plumbing system, it’s a good practice to have your sewer lines inspected by a professional team every 18-22 months. However, if you’re experiencing issues more often than that, you may need to schedule inspections more regularly.
How do I know if a tree root is clogging my sewer line?
There are a few telltale signs that point to tree root infiltration in your sewer line. These include:
- Slow Drains: The first sign of tree root infiltration is usually slow-emptying drains
- Sinkholes: While sinkholes might be normal in some regions, their presence in your yard can indicate serious pipe damage caused by tree roots
- Collapsed & Blocked Pipes: Tree root infiltration is one of the leading causes for blocked pipes
- Foul Odors: If your pipes smell like rotten eggs, sulfur, or other foul odors, you may have a blockage caused by roots
How does trenchless sewer line replacement work?
Rather than digging up your yard and landscaping, trenchless sewer line replacement involves limited to no digging. Instead, a felt or fiberglass liner is soaked in resin and slid through the existing sewer pipeline system. From there, the liner is inflated and pressed against the insides of the host pipe. After the new liner is in place, it will need to cure for 4-24 hours.
How can I prevent clogged sewer and water lines?
To prevent against blockages in your sewer and water lines, refrain from putting greasy foods and excess hair down the drain. Additionally, keep soap scum from forming around your plumbing fixtures and stick to a regular drain cleaning schedule. You may also wish to use copper sulfate to prevent against tree root growth and infiltration.