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Sewer Line Repair and Replacement in Sterling, VA & Surrounding Areas

Nobody wants to deal with sewage problems. But when they occur, they can’t be ignored. They can cause severe damage to your property and even pose health hazards. Cardinal Plumbing in Alexandria, VA, understands the urgency of these situations. We’re here to provide quick, quality, and professional sewer line repair and replacement services for homeowners struggling with such issues.

Equipped with state-of-the-art tools and led by our team of licensed professionals, Cardinal Plumbing can efficiently identify and address these problems. We prioritize minimizing disruption to your daily routine while ensuring a well-done job. Beyond the problem, we aim to guide preventive measures to avoid further sewer line issues.

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Signs Your Home’s Sewer Line’s Need Service

Many homeowners are often unaware that their property may be in dire need of a sewer line repair. Some common warning signs include consistent drain clogs, slow-draining sinks, and unusual gurgling noises that echo from your toilet or drains. More severe indicators are the presence of sewer gas odor in your house or a dramatically lush green section of your lawn which a sewage leak might cause.

At Cardinal Plumbing, we take these signs seriously. Our skilled crew will conduct a thorough inspection to understand the extent of the damage and then lay out a detailed repair plan for your home’s sewer lines.

What Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?

Trenchless sewer line repair is a method of repairing sewer pipes without destructively digging and removing large portions of flooring, foundation, and walls to expose the building’s pipes.One of the main benefits of trenchless repair is that excavation is not needed to repair or replace a pipe! A trenchless pipe repair uses modern technology to eliminate the need for unnecessary digging. Your landscaping and home can remain fully intact with zero mess or hassle. The process involves soaking a felt or fiberglass pipe liner in an epoxy resin and threading it through the existing sewer pipe. The liner is then inflated and pressed against the host pipe. Once it is in place, it is left to cure for anywhere from four to 24 hours.

The Dangers of a Broken Sewer Line

A broken sewer line isn’t just messy and gross. It can also create a potentially dangerous situation for people living in the house. If sewage is backing up into your home, there is a physical risk of slipping and getting injured if you’re in the vicinity. You’ll also have to deal with sewer gasses that may cause nausea and sickness. If sewage is inside your home for a long time, it will attract even more bacteria and cause health issues.

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Service Calls

Our same-day service calls ensure you get speedy solutions to your plumbing woes. At Cardinal Plumbing, we value your time and understand the urgency of resolving sewer line problems.


We believe in transparency. Cardinal Plumbing offers free estimates for every job. We’ll assess your situation, explain all your options, and provide an accurate, no-pressure quote upfront.

100% Customer Satisfaction

Your satisfaction is our number one priority. Cardinal Plumbing holds an excellent track record for providing seamless, efficient, and successful sewer line repair and replacement services, as evident by our numerous satisfied customers.

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Schedule Trenchless Sewer Line Repair in Northern Virginia

Whether your sewer line is outdated or it suddenly breaks, Cardinal Plumbing, Heating & Air has everything you need for complete trenchless sewer line repair and sewer line replacement. Contact us today for fast service and a free estimate.To schedule plumbing repair services in Northern Virginia, fill out our contact form or call us.

Frequently Asked Questions About
Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

If you’re having problems with your plumbing, you might need pipelining. The length of this process depends on the amount of piping you need to line. As a general rule, pipelining takes a few hours. The plumber inserts a liner from an access point and applies a new coating of material to the pipe. As a result, your pipe no longer leaks.

Generally, a sewer line replacement takes between one and three days. It’s impossible to say how long your replacement will take because several factors affect the timeline. If you have an issue in an area that’s difficult to access or under concrete, your repair could take longer. But an easy-to-access replacement may not take long at all.

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