Sewer Repair & Replacement in Grand Rapids, MI & West Michigan

Top-Rated Sewer Service in Central & West Michigan

Your sewer system is one of the most critical systems in your home. Detecting an issue within this delicate network can be difficult without the proper tools or training.

At Service Professor, our plumbing professionals are specially trained to handle any sewer repair or replacement you may need. We’re uniquely equipped to resolve even the toughest sewer problems, with industry-leading guarantees and warranties.

If you need a sewer repair and replacement near Kalamazoo, MI, call Service Professor at 616-871-1900 to schedule service today. 

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Signs Your Sewer Line Needs Repair or Replacement

Early detection is the key to restoring your sewer line to working condition. Look out for these signs of needed repair or replacement so you can call your plumber the moment you realize there’s a problem: 

  • Sewage backup
  • Foul odors
  • Slow-moving drains
  • Mold or mildew growth
  • Unusually lush grass
  • Foundational cracks
  • Pest infestation

Do these signs sound familiar? If you suspect you may need sewer line repair or replacement, contact our team to request sewer services in Kalamazoo today.

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Trenchless Sewer Line Services

In the past, sewer line repairs and replacements required plumbing technicians to rip up your landscaping and — in severe cases — even your driveway. We can restore your system with modern trenchless sewer line repair techniques, such as pipe lining and pipe bursting.

Trenchless sewer line services are minimally invasive and much less expensive than their traditional counterparts. 

Call 616-871-1900 to find out whether our trenchless sewer line services are right for your system.

Tree Root Infiltration Services

If your sewer lines happen to be close to trees, you could end up with tree root infiltration over time. This occurs when tree roots compromise your sewer pipes, causing severe blockages and damage to your system. 

At Service Professor, our team has the skills and expertise to deliver the top-quality tree root infiltration solutions that Kalamazoo residents need. Using the most sophisticated tools and techniques, we’ll expertly remove any tree roots that may have impacted your sewer lines. 

Get the tree roots out of your sewer lines quickly and efficiently by contacting Service Professor at 616-871-1900 to schedule service today.

Why Choose Service Professor?

With over 40 years of experience serving Kalamazoo families, Service Professor is proud to be the region’s go-to source for sewer repair and replacement. Customers know they can always trust our team to provide: 

  • 24/7 customer service
  • Industry-leading guarantees and warranties
  • Expertly trained, background-checked plumbers
  • Free sewer line replacement estimates
  • Affordable financing solutions and special discounts for military, veterans, and seniors

Schedule sewer services in Kalamazoo, MI, by calling Service Professor at 616-871-1900 today. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a drain line and a sewer line?

A drain line refers to the various pipes in your home that drain water from sinks, toilets, dishwashers, etc., while the sewer line is the larger pipe all your drains converge into.

A single drain can be clogged without affecting other drains, though it might affect adjacent drains, but a sewer line clog will always back up every drain in your home because every drain ultimately leads to the sewer line, which goes to the city sewers or a septic tank.

What type of pipe is best for a sewer line?

Plastic pipes like PVC are much more common than alternatives for modern sewer lines. They last an extremely long time, don’t typically corrode, clean easily, and resist most problems that plagued earlier choices for sewer line pipes.

Most residential sewer lines are 4 inches in diameter, scaling up with larger properties with greater drainage needs. If your home plumbing needs a particular type of sewer pipe that’s outside of standard 4-inch plastic pipes, your plumber will assess the situation and find the right fit.

How long do sewer lines typically last?

You can expect a modern PVC pipe installed today to last at least decades and over 100 years with a bit of luck and upkeep. Most PVC sewer pipes will fail due to accidents in the environment rather than wear or corrosion.

Materials such as copper or cast iron won’t last quite as long, with old clay sewer pipes being the shortest-lived on average.

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West Michigan and
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4770 50th St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

5015 E Michigan Ave Suite D
Kalamazoo, MI 49048

7974 W. Grand River Hwy
Grand Ledge, MI 48837

7974 W. Grand River Hwy
Grand Ledge, MI 48837

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