Charlotte Sewer Line Repair and Service

A clogged sewer line can be an issue, but a broken sewer line can lead to disaster. Sewer pipes deteriorate over time, and if they're neglected, they can cause massive flooding in your home.

Household wastewater systems are known to be complicated installations. Appliances and fixtures of all types connect through an intricate system of pipelines to the main sewage line. At Brothers Heating Cooling Plumbing, we are the area leaders in Charlotte sewer line repair and installation services. Our sewer line service experts are trained to tackle any sewer repair or pipe lining service.

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What Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Service?

When it comes to the traditional repair of your sewer system, the task requires heavy trenching. Trenching equipment can result in a damaged lawn and landscape to your Charlotte, NC home. Trenchless sewer line repair allows professionals to make repairs by bypassing the use of this equipment.

How does this work? Well, a professional team member can send a camera through your sewage system and diagnose any issues. In certain cases, tree roots or lawn repairs can damage the sewage line. There may also be a leak that is causing issues with the flow of water.

This service gets the job done while minimizing the damage done to your yard. Trenchless pipe bursting tech allows a new pipe to be pulled into the path of the old pipe. The replacement pipe will renew your sewer line for years to come.

Signs Your Home Needs Sewer Repairs

Many signs indicate you might need sewer line repair. In certain instances, you may need to remove or replace the entirety of the sewer line system, which feels like a plumbing emergency. Don't panic! Watch for these signs with your sewer lines and call us right away!

Smell Arising From Your Yard

If you begin to encounter awful odors in your yard, it could mean that something is puncturing or damaging your waste line. This is not only wholly unpleasant but can begin to erode your yard. The sewage line may also need clearing, in addition to waste management.

Ineffective Water Pressure

The water pressure in your home may begin to deplete. As you troubleshoot the issues, keep an eye on the intensity of the water pressure. This could indicate a blockage or clog in the sewage line.

How To Tell If Sewer Pipes Are Leaking

In addition to clogs, you may experience some signs of leakage. Though tree roots can puncture the pipeline, a variety of factors can spring leaks in your water line.  Here are some signs that may indicate that your pipes are leaking or damaged.

Uneven Toilet Water Levels

The toilet water levels may appear to be inconsistent, dropping into the bowl or rising on uneven occasions. If you experience low water levels one day but have a full bowl the next day, it may indicate a leak or clog in the main pipeline.

Rising Water Bill

If you receive your next water bill and the numbers appear to skyrocket out of nowhere, this could display a potential problem. If you regulate your water usage but still see an unexpected increase, it could indicate a leak.

What Are No-Dig Plumbing Repairs?

Preventing damage to your lawn is important and could lead to costly repairs. There are a series of methods plumbers use to prevent digging into your family's yard during sewer line installation.

  • Pipe Bursting Tech. We've indicated a common method known as pipe-bursting, where a new pipe is lined into and essentially bursts an old pipeline.
  • CIPP Installation. CIPP refers to an inflatable tube that lines the remnants of the old pipe. This creates a protective inner lining, but may not remove root intrusions.
  • Slip Lining. This is one of the oldest methods of no-dig plumbing repair. It involves sliding a plastic slipcover over areas of leakage. This is recommended for larger pipes as it decreases the diameter of the pipe.


Any house with a well-installed sewer line is still prone to damage. Make sure to have a professional diagnose your issue to help find the best method of fixing your sewer line.

Contact Brothers Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing based in Charlotte, North Carolina to schedule a consultation in your area today!