We also proudly serve Seattle, Tacoma, and the Puget Sound area.

A number of things can cause the sewage line in your Seattle home to break, including old pipe materials, poor sewer line layout and installation, clogged pipes, and more. Cracked and broken sewer lines not only pose a danger to the structural integrity of your property, but it can also cause serious health risks and attract rodents. Allowing your sewer lines to go neglected can mean costly future repairs. Mainline Plumbing is your source for Sewer Line Repair in Seattle and beyond. We work quickly and efficiently to get your plumbing to work the way it should.



We also proudly serve Seattle, Tacoma, and the Puget Sound area.

Sewer lines and systems are an inevitable part of every home and the good functioning of your home depends on how well your sewer systems are installed repaired and maintained. In fact Sewer Systems and repair are integral to your peace of mind, as far as your home is concerned!


We understand that having a properly functioning sewer system is one of the most important necessities of modern life. And while most sewer systems are pretty simple, they need to be installed well and regularly serviced by properly trained plumbers who know their job. Our licensed and trained plumbers are best qualified and can use specialized cameras and the latest in technology to inspect and clean out your sewer lines.

Here are some common signs that your sewer line is broken and needs repair:

Sewage blockages and backup. While occasional backup is normal, if you notice continual backup throughout your home, it is a sign that there is a bigger problem. The main sewer line allows the rest of your home’s drains to work. If it is damaged, it will cause other parts that are connected to it to not work properly as well.


Foul odors or mold. A well-functioning sewer system should be air-tight, which means it should not allow anything to go through the pipes themselves. If you smell foul odors, this means there could be leakage going on that is allowing the smells to exit. Mold issues are also signs that there may be leaks that are allowing water to exit and causing water damage in your home. This could be just a simple pipe leak, or it could mean that the main line is damaged. If it is, it’s time to call your local plumber.


Slow drains. If the drains throughout your home don’t work as they used to, it could mean that there is an issue overall, with the main sewer line.



Mainline Plumbing offers expert sewer replacement, installation, and repairs in Seattle, Tacoma, and the Puget Sound area. Our plumbers use camera inspections to carefully diagnose the situation and find precise solutions that are cost-effective and lasting. Once we diagnose the issue, we will go over all of the options including pipe relining or replacement as well as future preventative maintenance.

CALL: (206) 741-0279