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Omaha Sewer Line Repair & Replacement

The premier sewer line repair & replacement specialists

At Omaha Drain, we understand that sewer line issues can be a major headache for homeowners and businesses alike. That's why offer:
 

Reliable plumbers with over many years of experience.

Diagnosis and service with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. 

24/7 Available Service 

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Sewer Drain Repair - Omaha, NE

The sewer main drain is a crucial drain to your Omaha homes plumbing system. Many homeowners don’t’ even know where their main drain is as often it is underground. Your sewer drain is one of those things you don’t ever think of until there is a problem.

 

Unfortunately, by the time you start to notice your sewer drain doesn’t work properly, it could be too late. If your sewer main drain needs to be cleaned and unclogged, call Omaha Drain.

Damaged Main Drain

Unlike the drains in your home, there isn’t much you can do to prevent damage being done to the main drain. The main drain runs from the curb to the inside of your home, making it run underground.

 

Tree roots are the most common way sewer drain pipes get damaged. Animals are another cause of a damaged main drain. There isn’t much a homeowner can do to prevent nature from damaging the main drain, however, if you start to notice any back up, call us right away.

If you think your Omaha main drain is blocked or damaged, check with a drain cleaning professional from Omaha Drain before you try to unclog it yourself. We also recommend checking with the city prior to beginning any repair work.

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"So these guys were great!!! Professional, came in video inspected our line and have an estimate ready same day!!!

 

Thank you thank you I can’t wait to get our basement put back together! Ron and Thomas are awesome!"

~ Andrea C.

Why Choose Us?

  • Over 20+ years of experience in the industry

  • Licensed and insured professionals

  • Cutting-edge technology and equipment

  • Environmentally friendly solutions

  • Competitive pricing and transparent estimates

  • Outstanding customer service and support

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Call 402-740-1777 For A Free Estimate

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"Omaha Drain is amazing! Tom was great! They helped us when we were in a pinch and left to deal with an issue after our complex's emergency maintenance neglected our calls for help. Tom went above and beyond to make sure we were getting the information we needed! Cannot recommend them enough!

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~ Breanne J.

Excavation and Trenchless Sewer Repair in Omaha

Omaha Drain is not your average plumbing or sewage line repair company. We are uniquely qualified in repairing water lines and sewer lines, the main channels responsible for managing the flow and drainage systems of entire structures—meaning we tackle the major issues that can impact drainage in every room of your house or building.

A Wide Range Sewer Repair Of Services

Whether you require partial segment repairs, trenchless sewer line replacement, or full excavation, Omaha Drain finds solutions to prevent significant sewage and drainage issues before they begin.

 

Our service includes a thorough examination and cleaning of your sewer line, which frequently identifies and resolves the problems you're experiencing right away.

 

For more intricate issues, Omaha Drain provides an array of options for repairing or renovating your sewer lines:

When to Schedule a Sewer Line Inspection

  • Visible clogs and backups: Repeated instances of clogs or blockages in your drain pipes warrant calling an inspector to check for deeper sewer line obstructions.

  • Slow draining: If backups occur in all drainage areas of your house—toilets, bathtubs, kitchen sinks, laundry rooms—it's likely an issue with the main sewer line serving all areas of your house.

  • Odors: The smell of sewer gas throughout your home is a probable indicator of a break, leak, or crack somewhere in the sewer line.

  • Mold growth: Discolored spots on your walls suggest that conditions are damp enough to support mold growth—likely due to a leak in the sewer pipe located directly behind the wall.

  • Unusual lawn appearance: If areas of your lawn appear unusually green and lush, or there are odd depressions or pits in the grass, they could be the result of water oversaturation from a broken sewer line.

  • Rat or insect infestation: Rodents and insects can easily enter through small cracks or holes in your sewer line. If they're appearing in your home uninvited, you might have a sewer line issue.

  • Home inspections: When buying or selling a home, a regularly scheduled home inspection is an excellent opportunity to have your sewer line examined as well. A video inspection serves as particularly strong evidence of a sewer line's "clean bill of health."

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