A homeowner’s worst nightmare is when their sewer line breaks and must be replaced.
It is important to immediately replace your sewer line if you find yourself in such a situation. This begs the question: How long does it take for a sewer line to be replaced?
Most sewer line repairs take between one and three days. However, not all sewer line replacements take less than half a day. Some take three days. It can be hard to estimate the time it will take to replace a sewer line without taking into account all factors.
The location of the sewer line clog or breakage is the most important factor in determining how long it takes. Some areas are more difficult to reach than others. The job can be completed quickly if the clog is located under your yard. It can take up to three days to fix if the clog is located beneath a street.
Replacement time can also be affected by the type of damage. Grease stoppages are an example of a damage that is easy to repair. Black pitched sewer lines may take up to five working days to replace.
Time can be affected by the pipe material and its age, as some materials require more attention than others.
Main sewer lines can sometimes extend beyond your home and reach the street because of their nature. Main sewers are more difficult to replace because they can be buried in the street. Because trenches must be dug outside your home and in the street, it can take up to four to five days for them to be replaced. This post was written by Joey Denick. Joey is the Owner and Operator of Clog Kings. At Clog Kings, LLC, we pride ourselves on our dedication and efficiency. We know you don’t have time to waste. That’s why we work fast to get your home or commercial building back up and running in no time. If you are looking for St.Pete plumbing then look no further because we got you covered!