Sewer Line Repair & Replacement in Laurel, MD

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Who to Call When Something Goes Wrong With Your Sewer Line

All Clear Plumbing & Drain Service is standing by when your sewer line leaks, clogs, or has other problems. We are prepared to assist you, no matter the issue, and propose solutions for sewer line repair or replacement in Laurel and the surrounding areas.

We understand how frustrating it can be to find standing water in your yard. It’s also unsanitary to have sewer line problems and can make your property smell unpleasant. We jump quickly on sewer line issues because we understand how critical this component of your plumbing system is. The faster we can make repairs – or a full replacement if necessary – the better for your wallet and sense of well-being.

What is a Sewer Line?

A sewer line is a pipe that connects all of the drains in your home to a public sewer system, typically managed by your city or municipality. All of the water waste that leaves your home goes through the sewer line, which is usually buried in your yard.

Some homes have a septic system instead of a sewer line, but around ¾ of the homes in Central Maryland rely on sewer lines to manage their wastewater. So, chances are likely that this is what you have in your home!

Repair vs. Replacement

The decision between repairing or replacing a sewer line depends on several factors:

At All Clear Plumbing & Drain Service, we always work with you to determine the best possible method for sewer line repair or replacement in Laurel or the surrounding areas. We lay out your options and run through them, so you understand what you’re agreeing to from the outset. We break down not just the expected costs in the short term, but also the long term so you can make an informed decision.

Methods of Sewer Line Repair & Replacement

There are two primary methods for fixing your sewer line. Whether you’re getting a full replacement or a sewer line repair in Laurel or the surrounding area, it’s important to understand your full range of options before committing to a service.


This is the more traditional way to repair or replace a sewer line. Your sewer line will be dug up to perform the service and return your plumbing system to functioning order. We typically recommend this for older sewer lines or pipes that have deteriorated severely. This is both a cost and time-intensive method, and it can result in major changes to your landscaping or property.