Water & Sewer Line Replacement
Sewer Line Repair & Replacement
Like any other pipe, the main sewer line from your Catonsville-area home can easily become damaged or clogged. When sewage is backing up into your home and the pipe has failed or is broken, you need your sewer line repaired quickly and with the least impact on your home or property. We specialize in replacing sewer lines in and around the Catonsville and Ellicott City area. Our skilled operators use the latest technology in order to minimize the intrusion to the area in and around your home which involves camera/video inspections of underground drain lines.
A number of things can cause a main sewer line to clog: mineral deposits from the city water supply, years of built-up grease and hair, overgrown tree roots. Metcalf Plumbing uses cutting-edge technology to provide an expert sewer line cleaning…we also repair and replace main sewer lines when the problem cannot be fixed by cleaning.
Let our team handle
- Leaking Pipe Joints
- Pipe Corrosion
- Broken or Collapsed Pipes
- Invasive Roots
Metcalf Plumbing understands that replacing or cleaning out the main sewer line can be a big expense. Our team of licensed and certified plumbers do their best to provide you with long-lasting and satisfactory results.
Water Line Repair & Replacement
The water service connecting to your home to the municipal water supply is your first plumbing link to your home. And it is your responsibility! It provides all the water to your home for cooking, cleaning, washing, flushing. It is referred as the water main or water line. The pipe is typically made of copper, HDPE, galvanized steel, or polybutylene. Copper and HDPE have proven to be very reliable. Galvanized piping is no longer installed in residential applications as it deteriorates over time reducing water pressure and flow rate. Polybutylene piping has proven to be a big failure and needs to be replaced. For more on this topic, see: https://boiseinspector.com/resources-polybutylene.php.
Signs of Trouble with Your Water Line
- Murky or discolored water
- You notice an excessive amount of water in your yard
- Experience an unusual increase in your water bill
- Discover a sink hole in your yard
- Low water pressure or no water pressure
- Water bubbling up from the ground
- Received a call from the City/County telling you it is leaking