If you’ve ever had a sewer backup, then hearing that unnatural glug-glug sound can be anxiety-inducing. Sewer and drain problems can be very stressful and scary for several reasons. Pipes are hidden from inspection, creating emergency leaks that can happen without warning. Ultimately, sewage backing up into the house is the nastiest form of water-damage.
At Legacy, we believe that clarity is the cure for concern. Our licensed plumbers delight in demystifying your drains. We have the tools to clear any blockage and diagnose issues with drain lines serving your home, giving our customers peace of mind.
Here in North Dallas, the vast majority of residential drain lines are made of either PVC or cast-iron. Cast-iron drain pipe was installed before the mid-1980s. Around this time it was replaced by PVC for residential properties. Plumbing code dictates certain ground-rules for how pipes are supposed to connect, but there are a myriad of different layouts and approaches used by construction crews throughout the years.
It takes the right tools, experience, and knowledge of plumbing code to properly assess your system. Legacy Plumbing offers drain cleaning, sewer line repair and advanced inspections. We can take care of today’s issues AND tomorrow’s issues before they happen.
Whether you’re dealing with a slow sink or a clogged main sewer line, Legacy has the tools and expertise to take care of these emergencies quickly and with minimal disruption to your life. We will not only take care of the problem, we can answer any questions you have about your sewer system to put your mind at ease.
If you have a broken or collapsed sewer line, this can cause many headaches and leave you constantly stressed about the next backup. Legacy Plumbing specializes in sewer line repair and replacement - in the yard and under the slab. We perform to code and work efficiently. Finally, we keep customers in-the-loop throughout the entire process.
You can’t fix what you can’t see! Every Legacy Plumbing truck is equipped with state of the art diagnostic equipment including sewer inspection cameras and locators. Our technicians can pinpoint exactly where leaks and breaks are located, leading to a faster repair and less guesswork. This also enables our team to visualize system designs and create alternate solutions to sewer problems. We also have equipment that allows us to perform hydro-static isolation tests and even detect issues that are impossible to see via camera.