Sewer Repair & Replacement in Delaware County
When you need reliable sewer repair in Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Chester County, look no further than Feehan Plumbing & Heating! We are the number one choice when it comes to sewer services performed promptly and professionally. We provide comprehensive sewer services including sewer rodding, sewer cleaning, sewer backup clearing, and other sewer repair services. Our sewer service is always cost effective and affordable with free estimates for your convenience.
The sewer line is the most important part of your home’s plumbing system. When the main line gets clogged or stops working properly, the rest of the pipes and drains in your home won’t be far behind. Because these lines are so out of sight, you may not even know you have a clog until it’s too late. Unfortunately, if your sewer line gets to be in a bad enough condition, a replacement would be the best and most cost-effective solution that you have.
Sewer Replacement You Can Trust
At Feehan Plumbing, we have over 40 years of sewer replacement experience under our belts. Over those years, we’ve learned that your main line should not be backing up more than once a year. If you find that yours backs up more than that, it would most likely be worth the time and money to just have the whole thing replaced. The first thing you should know is that we will do everything we can in terms of sewer cleaning and repair before we take the replacement route.
If we decide that our repair efforts are not enough and that you’d be better off with a replacement, it’d be smart to prepare for some pretty intensive work. We may need to excavate your yard or driveway to access the line and perform the job. Once we’re done, we won’t leave you to clean up that mess by yourself. We’ll do everything we can to reduce the damage and get your home back to normal.
Vent Stack Repair or Replacement
A vent stack is a vital part of your plumbing system, but do you even know what it is? It removes sewage from your home, releases sewer gas, and regulates air pressure in the waste system pipes.
What a vent stack does:
- Waste enters your plumbing system from all different fixtures and exits through a trap – a dipped section of pipe that always contains water. All fixtures in your home must contain traps in order to prevent sewer gases from leaking into the house.
- Through these traps, all fixtures are connected to waste lines. Those waste lines take the waste to a vent stack.
- Wherever the drain system’s lowest point is, that’s where the drain-waste vent is attached. Waste is removed from the building through the building drain and is taken out to the sewer.
Vent stacks are typically maintenance-free, but that doesn’t mean things can’t go wrong with them. If they need repair or replacing, you’ll know it by the strong sewage odor you smell throughout your home.
If your vent stack needs replacement, call (610) 795-9327 today!
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