Sewer Line Replacement

Sewer Line Replacement in Tulsa

When it comes to your home’s plumbing system, few tasks are as critical as keeping your sewer line clean, unobstructed and functional. We recognize the vital role a sewer line plays. Sewer line replacement is a comprehensive service that ensures waste water is transported away from your home to municipal treatment facilities or septic systems. If you’re in need of sewer line replacement, give the Hendrick Team a call.

Signs You Might Have Sewer Line Problems

Detecting issues with your sewer line early can save you from more extensive and costly repairs down the line. Here are some common signs that indicate you might have a sewer line problem.

Frequent Clogs
and Backups

If you're experiencing repeated clogs or sewage backups in your toilets or drains, this is an issue.


 Persistent sewer odors emanating from drains or your yard could point to cracks or breaks in your sewer pipes.


Unusual noises from your toilet or sink drains, like gurgling or bubbling, might indicate trapped air inside sewer lines.

Wet Spots
in the Yard

Soggy patches of grass or inexplicably lush areas in your yard could be the result of a leaking sewer line.


An increase in rodent or insect presence could be attracted to a damaged sewer line.

Types of Sewer Lines and Materials

In the world of sewer lines, one size does not fit all. We offer a few materials for sewer line replacement to suit different needs and budgets:

PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)

PVC is a popular, modern choice due to its strength, longevity, and resistance to corrosion.

Cast Iron

Often found in older homes, cast iron is durable but can corrode or rust over time, leading to leaks and blockages.

The Hendrick Team can help you weigh these options and choose the best material for your sewer line replacement. We’ll take into account the unique conditions of your property and local regulations.

Cost Considerations for Sewer Line Replacement

Understanding the cost of sewer line replacement is essential for homeowners. We believe in transparent pricing. Here are some factors that can affect the cost of this service:

1. Length and Depth of the Sewer Line

Longer sewer lines or those at greater depths can increase the cost due to the additional labor and materials required.

2. Material Choice

The type of material chosen for the replacement also affects the overall cost, with some materials being more expensive than others.

3. Accessibility and Permits

Limited access to your sewer line and the need for permits can influence the final price.

Financing Options Available: We understand that sewer line replacement can be an unexpected expense, which is why we offer financing options to help you manage the cost without delay.

Post-Replacement Care and Maintenance

After a sewer line replacement, proper care and maintenance are key to ensuring its longevity. Here's how you can maintain your new sewer line:

Regular Inspections

Schedule regular inspections with our Hendrick Team to catch any potential issues early.

Avoid Chemical Drain Cleaners

These can damage your pipes over time. Instead, opt for enzyme-based cleaners or mechanical methods to clear blockages.

Our commitment to your satisfaction extends beyond the initial replacement. We offer follow-up services to ensure your new sewer line remains in optimal condition.

Experience the Hendrick Difference

Licensed, Professional Technicians

Same Day Service, 7 Days a Week

Residential & Commercial Providers

100% NATE Certified Service Department

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Depending on the material, sewer lines can last from 50 to over 100 years.

Depending on the material, sewer lines can last from 50 to over 100 years.

Depending on the material, sewer lines can last from 50 to over 100 years.