Tampa Area 24/7 Emergency Sewer Line Repair
Sewer Line Repairs Done On TimeOr You Get $100
We value your time. Here's the proof: If we don't show up on time for your sewer line repair, we'll credit you $100*.
*Credit towards a current or future service
Cost to repair a sewer line in Florida
What affects price?
Repair vs. replace: Repairing the sewer line will cost less than replacing it. If the break is in just one location, we can repair it. But if the line has a sag or belly in the line that covers a distance over 15 feet, we'll need to replace it.
Want an accurate price?
Have us come by and figure out what's wrong for $29 (FREE if you get the repair).
How it works
Your sewer line repair in 5 simple steps:
Contact us to schedule an appointment day and time frame.
Get an arrival call
Your tech will call you when they're close to your home. If they don't arrive on time, we'll credit you $100*. *Credit towards a current or future service
We diagnose the issue
To determine the problem, your tech will ask you a few questions and then use a video camera line to investigate the sewer line.
Get upfront pricing
Your tech will explain the problem, possible solutions and the prices for each solution.
Relax while we repair
Sit back and relax as your tech fixes your sewer line—guaranteed. If the line needs replacing instead, we can do that, too.
Signs your sewer line is busted
You may need a sewer line repair if you...
- Have skyrocketing water bills: With a busted pipe, water is leaking out 24/7, resulting in a pricy water bill.
- Have persistent clogging at multiple drains: Some main sewer lines break due to grease buildup or invading tree roots. Both issues clog the line and cause multiple drains to back up.
- See extra green grass patches in your yard: Sewage can act as a fertilizer. So if you see extra green patches in your yard, sewage may be escaping the sewer line and dumping extra nutrients into surrounding soil, causing it to be extra lush.