Sewer Repairs & Replacements

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Flush Away Your Wastewater Worries

Has your water pressure been noticeably weaker? Is there a strange smell spilling out of your drains? Are your water bills on the rise … with no reasonable explanation? Often, these are indicators there’s a problem with your sewer—one that needs to be addressed right away! 

If you find yourself in this messy situation, you’ll sure be grateful that In A Snap is here to help … well, in a snap! Our exceptionally skilled team delivers the fastest (and most dependable) sewer repairs and replacements in LA County and beyond. 

Our technicians are highly trained in every aspect of safe, efficient excavation protocol. In fact, we have decades of experience repairing and installing drains and sewers with open trenches and exposed utility lines. And, when it comes to sewer services, there’s no substitute for experience.

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Get a Handle on the Problem Quickly

Your sewer system is one of the most important parts of your plumbing system. It carries wastewater from your toilet and drains out of your home. So, when your sewer starts backing up, draining slowly or leaking, things can get quite messy—quickly! Once a minor problem becomes a major sewer issue, it’s disastrous. We’re talking health risks, extensive property damage and more. So, to avoid a costly disaster, it’s important for you to act quickly. Call our sewer repair and replacement experts as soon as you notice any trouble. This will allow us to put a stop to the problem ASAP. 

Some projects are best handled with traditional excavation and replacement methods. For others, a trenchless sewer repair is ideal. That’s why, when you call us for a sewer repair, we will start by performing a video inspection of your sewer line. This between-the-pipes view allows our certified plumbers to see exactly what the problem is so we can determine which solution is best for you, your home, your property and your budget.

Clear Signs You Have a Sewer Problem

Not sure how to tell if your sewer is acting up? If you examine your sewer pipe, you’ll notice:

A running toilet is one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners encounter. Not only is a running toilet annoying, it also wastes a tremendous amount of water. We’re talking 200+ gallons of water a day. And this water waste will cost you big time in your water bills.

Was your toilet manufactured and installed in the early 1990s? If so, odds are it doesn’t abide by the Energy Policy Act of 1992, which mandated a maximum flush volume of 1.6 gallons. Toilets manufactured before this law passed use 3.5 gallons per flush, which is nearly double the acceptable max. 

One flush should be enough to get the job done. If your toilet consistently requires multiple flushes, there’s something wrong. At In A Snap, we will get to the bottom of the problem and resolve it quickly with a reliable toilet repair.

Plungers were created for a reason. While clogged toilets happen, it should not occur frequently. If your toilet clogs more than once a week, something is wrong. From clearing a severe blockage to replacing a faulty part, we will get your toilet flowing again in no time.

If you think your property is suffering from main drain leaks, it’s time to call in the professionals for plumbing leak detection in Los Angeles County, CA. Don’t put off getting answers to your problem, or more expensive issues will develop. On top of performing repairs, our team also offers drain clearing services, including hydro jetting, to keep your plumbing running smoothly.

Signs of Main Drain Leaks

When something goes wrong with the plumbing in your LA County, CA, home or business, you hope it’s not an issue with your main sewer line. Unfortunately, major plumbing problems can occur here, and they can affect your whole home or building’s plumbing. To ensure your property’s integrity and value isn’t compromised, keep an eye out for these warning signs that you have a main sewer line leak: