Many people don’t know this, but as a homeowner, you’re responsible for the portion of your sewer line that leads from your house to the main sewer lateral under the street. This means that if any time you have a blockage, clog, root infiltration or other backup in your sewer line, it’s up to you to find a plumber that can clear it! If you need sewer service such as drain cleaning, sewer line repair and sewer line inspection, you’ve come to the right place. At M & M Enterprises, Inc., we specialize in sewer line repair and replacement at an affordable cost to you. We has been providing our plumbing services to more than 6,000 people over the years and still doing so today. With dedicated plumbers it’s hard not to find a reason to call. We offer everything from water tank replacements to re-piping.
We’re dedicated to the needs of our residential customers and their projects. Our team has experience in a variety of repairs, installation, maintenance and replacements services as our focuses are in emergency plumbing and repairs. Contact us today to learn more.
When you have cracked, broken, deformed or collapsed sewer pipes, you can count on M & M Enterprises, Inc. Our Sewer professionals arrive on time, quickly diagnose problem area(s) and stop the pipe leakage. We will recommend an efficient solution, avoiding excavation if possible, to quickly restore your sewer system to full function. Our goal is to disrupt your life as little as possible while efficiently repairing your broken sewer pipes.
When you remodel a portion of your house, take the opportunity to inspect—and if need be, replace—plumbing lines that you expose when you open up the walls and floors. This includes replacing plumbing in the kitchen or bathroom that you’re remaking, and any pipes passing through the walls to feed upstairs bathrooms. Because the pipes are exposed during the project and because your plumber is coming on site anyway, the added cost of replacing plumbing may be only $250 to $1,000—a bargain, considering you’ve eliminated a hard-to-get-at problem area when you have the chance. Although it’s a big job, replacing plumbing pipes that are exposed in a basement, crawlspace, or utility room is fairly straightforward because your plumber can easily get at the pipes.