Sewer repair

The Trusted Name for Sewer Repair in Seattle, WA, and Nearby Areas

Brewer's Sewer Repair is the leading registered side sewer contractor in Seattle, WA, and surrounding areas. We have a track record of 14 years, serving local residential property owners in Emerald City and beyond. Our experts adhere to professionalism and quality workmanship, ensuring customers get the best customer service. Our experts are ready to serve you anytime from Monday to Saturday between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m. in these areas we serve:

  • Seattle, WA
  • Burien, WA
  • Bellevue, WA
  • Renton, WA
  • Seatac, WA
  • Tukwila, WA
  • Normandy Park, WA
  • Des Moines, WA
  • Kent, WA
  • Federal Way, WA
  • Dash Point, WA
  • Tacoma, WA

What to Expect from Sewer Repair

At Brewer's Sewer Repair, our sewer repair solutions focus on relieving the stress, anxiety, and headache caused by sewer issues. Although we have modern trenchless sewer repair techniques, our experts also apply the traditional methods, depending on your sewer line’s condition. The conventional repair technique is necessary when:

  • The sewer line is damaged significantly
  • The septic system requires an update

Expect the process to involve:

An In-Depth Inspection

Before the repair process begins, our professionals need to conduct a sewer camera inspection to identify the sewer problem, its cause, and possible diagnosis. We will need you to show our experts the location of all utility lines to avoid damaging them. Once our experts recommend the traditional sewer repair technique, we can proceed with the excavation.


Repair Process

This involves the actual excavation process. Our experts may choose among the following types of excavation:

External Excavation

It involves digging the whole yard to unearth the entire sewer line. The technique exposes the entire pipe system; hence suitable when replacing the whole sewer line or a large part of the sewer line.

Interior Access Excavation

The technique involves digging the exact area where the sewer issue lies. Interior access excavation is suitable for spot repairs since you are only repairing a particular segment of the sewer line.


Once we complete the repiping or spot repair, we carefully bury the pipes underground, restoring accessibility to your yard.

Take note of the following:

Service Interruptions

Your water, gas lines, and drain systems will be out of access during the repairs. Our experts normally advise our clients to have enough stored water before the exercise begins and refrain from using the sinks and toilets.

Possible Disturbances

Although we try to minimize the disruption of your day-to-day activities, there are possible disturbances from our machines. For instance, the excavation of your yard requires the use of heavy machinery that produces noise. We, therefore, encourage you to notify your neighbors about the upcoming repairs.

Issues that Require Sewer Repair

The Brewer's Sewer Repair team usually encounters the following issues:

Severe Sewer Blockages and Clogs

The leading causes of pipe clogs include tree root invasion, hair strands, mineral build-up, food waste, soap residues, and toilet paper build-up. Our experts may use modern techniques, like drain snaking, to unblock the pipes or else have a pipe replacement.

Sewer Leaks

Faucet leaks, toilet leaks, and pipe leaks are the common types of leaks addressed by our experts. In most cases, sewer leak results from pipe degradation, high water pressure, clogs, or pipe knocks. Our professionals fix the leaks uniquely, depending on their cause. For instance, they may unclog the pipes or replace the leaking line.

Collapsed Lines

Sewer lines collapse due to aging, misaligned pipes, or the ground's natural movement. Collapsed pipes are characterized by wet patches, slow draining, sunken indentations, and foul odor coming from the yard. Our experts will address the issue by excavating and repiping the sewer lines.

To know if your sewer requires repairs, check for these signs:

  • Foul-smelling and flooded yard
  • Draining difficulties
  • Water damaged floors and walls
  • Sewer back-up

Benefit from Working With
Brewer's Sewer Repair

If you require plumbing and sewer repair services in Seattle, WA, or any of the nearby areas, contact Brewer's Sewer Repair. Call us or fill out the online form for an appointment.