Sewer Line Repairs in Allentown, PA

The older your sewer lines, the more likely problems are to emerge. Over time, substandard pipes, leaking joints, grease buildup, bellied pipes, shifting soil, tree root infiltration, and corrosion can bring your sewer line to a standstill.

At Elek Plumbing, our licensed and insured plumbing professionals work hard to keep the water flowing smoothly through your sewer line. We can perform a comprehensive range of maintenance, repair, and replacement services to restore the functionality and reliability of your plumbing systems.

We can use traditional trenching and trenchless repair methods to perform the required work quickly, safely, and with minimal disruption to your schedule or landscaping.

Contact Elek Plumbing at 610-432-7001 to schedule fast, effective sewer line repairs in Allentown, Bethlehem, or Easton, PA.

Common Sewer Line Problems

Homeowners can encounter several common problems with their sewer lines, including:

  • Corrosion: The older your pipes become, the more they’ll corrode. As the corrosion spreads, it will eat through the pipe and cause sewage to leak out.
  • Shifting soils: As soils settle, pipes can buckle, bow, or shift out of position.
  • Tree root infiltration: Tree roots can access your pipes via the tiniest gaps and cracks. As the root grows, it will create a blockage in the pipe, which will cause drains, toilets, and other fixtures to back up.

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Our Allentown Sewer Line Repairs

Sewer line problems require immediate attention. Our plumbing specialists work quickly to identify the cause and precise location of the problem. We adhere to strict safety and quality standards and will complete the required work that complies with industry-best standards and all applicable codes and regulations.

We use a combination of state-of-the-art technologies and industry-approved techniques, including video camera inspections, hydro jetting, pipe bursting, trenchless pipe replacement, and more, to restore your plumbing systems to reliable operation.

Call Elek Plumbing at 610-432-7001 to schedule sewer line repairs in Allentown, Bethlehem, or nearby.

Why Choose Elek Plumbing?

For over a century, Elek Plumbing has proudly served clients in Bethlehem, Easton, and Allentown. Our award-winning services are well-known throughout the area, and we guarantee we’ll treat you like family when you choose our team for your sewer line repairs.

We never charge overtime rates, and our certified and insured plumbers are available 24/7 to provide effective emergency sewer line repairs.

When your sewer line clogs, leaks, or backs up, contact Elek Plumbing to request fast and effective sewer line repairs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pipe relining is a method that allows us to repair your pipes without having to dig. The process starts by flushing the pipe to remove debris, sludge, limescale, etc. Once clear, we insert resin into the pipe and mold it to fit the damaged pipe section.

As the resin hardens, it creates a hard, durable seal.

It depends on the location and extent of the clog. In most cases, this issue can be resolved in one to two days.

You’ll notice the smell of sewer gas, see soggy soil or lush patches of grass, and may see sewage pooling on the lawn. You’ll also experience sewage backups in toilets, showers, or sinks.

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Proudly Serving Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton & Surrounding Areas Since 1913

Lehigh County | Northampton
County | Berks County |
Bucks County

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