Flushing certain items, such as paper towels, feminine hygiene products and some types of tissue, can lead to a clog in the sewer line, either in one of the branch pipes or the main sewer pipe. Being careful about what you flush can help reduce the chance of a clog, but there are also cases when the source of the clog is beyond your control. Tree roots, for example, are also a major source of sewer pipe blockage.
If the clog is in the main sewer line, cleaning and repairing it yourself can be particularly challenging, not to mention a big, unsanitary mess. That's where Ragsdale's team of qualified and highly trained plumbers comes in, equipped handle anything a sewer line repair and drain can offer.
In the past, finding the source of a sewer line problem often involved a lot of guesswork and digging. Not anymore. Our technicians use state-of-the art video equipment to find the source of the problem, without disturbing your yard. We thread a waterproof video camera into the sewer line, which is able to see where roots have invaded the pipe or if it has collapsed -- all without any digging.
When you call Ragsdale for your metro Atlanta sewer line repair, you can rest assured that the plumber who comes to your home is qualified for the job. Every highly trained plumber who works with us also needs to pass an extensive background check. Our commitment to quality is reflected in the more than 1,000 five-star reviews we've received.
We also offer flat-rate pricing on all our services, which means you'll know what the cost will be at the start of the repair, no matter how long it takes to fix the problem.
If you suspect you've got a sewer line problem, call us today to schedule with one of our expert technicians.