Sewer Line Repair & Replacement

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A broken, blocked or leaky sewer pipe can get nasty. When you notice any of these signs of a sewer line issue, it’s a priority to get things fixed fast.

Here are some signs that it’s time to call our team for professional help in clearing and/or repairing your storm drain(s):

  • Sewage Backups & Blockages - especially regular backups.
  • Sewer Odor - around your property or building.
  • Slow Drains - especially if you experience slow drainage with all your drains: sinks, tubs and toilets.

Because sewer line repairs and replacements are significant undertakings that require specialized equipment and skills, it’s vital to contact a team of professionals for prompt assistance. As a team of licensed, insured, trusted and recommended technicians, your sewer line issue will be in expert hands, and we will fix the problem in just one to two days.


When it’s determined that your sewer line needs repairs or replaced entirely, there are two ways to proceed: trenchless or traditional.


  • Main sewer line repair is necessary when there are cracks or holes in the sewer line.
  • Main sewer line replacement is necessary when the damage (cracks, holes, bellies and/or channeling) is severe and repairs won’t be able to correct the line entirely.


  • Trenchless sewer line repair uses specific equipment/technology to fix cracks and holes in sewer line pipes without digging up lawns and landscaping.
  • Trenchless sewer line replacement uses specific equipment/technology to replace a sewer pipe that has extensive erosion or damage.


Trenchless options have their benefits, like repairing a draining system without having to dig up landscaping, but there are certain instances where trenchless pipe repair is not the best option, such as:

  • Your pipes are beyond their useful lifespan
  • Your pipes contain a significant amount of corrosion
  • Part of your pipe has collapsed

It’s important to note that sewer pipes can be notoriously difficult to trace – especially if you live in an old house or own an old building/facility with old piping.

Because of this, it’s exceedingly beneficial to contact a team, like Sewer Cleaning Company, who can accurately determine the root cause of the issue, assess the complete spectrum of damage and give you an honest recommendation of which sewer line repair route is best for your home, building or property.

It is commonly thought that trenchless repair and replacement does not involve excavation or digging, and that is not the case.


In addition to our sewer line cleaning service, we offer complete main sewer line repair and replacement services for residential, commercial and industrial clients in Lake, Geauga and Cuyahoga county.

Our team of experts are equipped to quickly assess, diagnose and resolve the following main sewer line plumbing issues:

  • Broken Pipes
  • Sewer Blockages
  • Leaking Joints
  • Corrosion
  • Bellied Pipes
  • Off-Grade Pipes
  • Tree Roots


Offering the most reliable sewer line repair and replacement services and premium customer care, our highly skilled team of plumbing professionals are available to quickly and accurately diagnose any sewer line issue you’re experiencing and fix it with precision.

Fill out our contact form or call us today.


How long do sewer lines last?

Lines can last up to 100 years. Gaskets are typically the problem, as they deteriorate and allow roots and debris to compromise the lines.

What are some signs of a broken sewer pipe?
  • Sewage Backups & Blockages, clogs or water backflow – especially when regular backups or attempts to clear the line fail.
  • Sewer Odor, foul odors around your property or building.
  • Slow Drains, in the bathtub, sink(s) or toilet – especially if you experience slow drainage with all your drains.
  • Depressions on Your Lawn, broken pipes can cause a low lying area, or depression, that did not previously exist.
How long does it take to replace a sewer line?

Sewer line replacement, on average, could take 1 to 2 days. It typically depends on the length and size of your pipes and the extent of damage. Sewer Cleaning Company can complete most sewer line replacement jobs in one day (two max).

How much does it cost to replace the sewer line?

Depth, length, obstructions, determine the price of the excavation. Sewer line replacement can vary based on the depth and length of the lines, and any potential obstructions that must be addressed. Call us for a free video drain inspection to procure all needed information and give you the most accurate estimate.

Is sewer line replacement covered by homeowners insurance?

It depends, as every insurance company and policy differ. Some policies do cover certain damages to your sewer line. Typically, what’s covered depends on the location of the damage and how the sewage line was broken. Contact your insurance company to discuss exactly what is covered. 

Is trenchless sewer repair cheaper?

It can be, as the cost of labor tends to decrease as less hours are needed to complete the trenchless operation. However, trenchless is not the best option for every drain system, and traditional sewer repair costs tend to rival that of trenchless. To discover which sewer repair method is best for you, contact Sewer Cleaning Company for an honest assessment and recommendations.

Our Process

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment for one of our techs to inspect the problem.

Camera the Sewer Line

We send a camera into the sewer line and utilize sonar to locate the depth and length of the problem.

Prepare a Bid for Excavation

We prepare a bid for excavation and register with your municipality to obtain all necessary permits.

Schedule an Excavation Date

We schedule an excavation date that is most convenient for you. Most jobs can be completed in one day (two max) by a crew of four: hydro jet tech, excavator and assistants.

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