Find a sewer service in Los Angeles, CA

Find sewer services in Los Angeles, CA

Find sewer services in Los Angeles, CA

Share a few details and we'll show you the best sewer companies in your area.
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Find sewer services in Los Angeles, CA

Share a few details and we'll show you the best sewer companies in your area.
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Top 10 sewer companies in Los Angeles, CA

Homeowners agree: these Los Angeles sewer services are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Escobar Plumbing & Jetting

Escobar Plumbing & Jetting

5.0(1)
1 hire on HomeGuide
3+ years in business
Serves Los Angeles, CA
Rohan A. says, "Quick, prompt and efficient. Was able to troubleshoot the issue at hand and resolve in a professional manner." Read more
CPR Plumbing

CPR Plumbing

New on HomeGuide
7+ years in business
Serves Los Angeles, CA
My clients are always first. I focus more on doing the job right the first time, and making a long lasting relationship with my clients.
Pepe's Handyman Plumbing And Drains

Pepe's Handyman Plumbing And Drains

New on HomeGuide
22+ years in business
Serves Los Angeles, CA
Work warranties, the Best cuality work, no high price Arrives on time, clean Jobs no mess, services 25 millas around down town LA, more than 25 years of experience, Free estimate,
Rooter Man Plumbing Los Angeles CA.

Rooter Man Plumbing Los Angeles CA.

4.0(1)
54+ years in business
Serves Los Angeles, CA
Andrew A. says, "In the past i tried to different plumbing companies, I wasn't happy. My neighbor recommended me Rooter Man Plumbing. I used them for this difficult job & they did very professional job. i will call them again & for sure will recommend to my friends & family." Read more

Your Sewer Companies questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does it cost to install a sewer line?

The average cost to install a new sewer line is $40 to $180 per linear foot or $1,600 to $7,200 on average, depending on the material, digging method, and labor rates.

Copper is the most durable pipe material but costs the most. Many homeowners use plastic piping because it's more affordable and less susceptible to corrosion.

Trenchless boring costs more than digging trenches for the pipes, but it's faster and does'nt require any yard repair or cleanup afterward.

How long does it take to install a sewer line?

Installing a sewer line takes 1 to 5 days on average, depending on the number of obstacles and how long your sewer system is. Trenchless lines take much less time than manually digging trenches for the pipes.

Can I install a driveway over a sewer line?

You can install a driveway over a sewer line as long as the sewer line is deep enough. The weight of a driveway can crush shallow or improperly installed pipes. Ask a driveway installer near you to inspect your property if you're not sure.

Do I need permission to connect to a city sewer line?

Yes, you need to get permission from your local municipality or city before you can connect to a public sewer. Visit your local water authority's website or apply for sewer connection over the phone to make sure you have a seamless transition.

Who installs sewer lines?

Licensed plumbers can install and hook up sewer lines. If the project involves landscaping, excavation, or other services, the plumber may:

  • Offer their services for an added fee
  • Hire a subcontractor
  • Recommend another contractor to handle it

How do I choose a sewer service company?

Before hiring a sewer service company near you, remember to:

  • Get 3+ sewer line estimates to compare.
  • Read the plumber's reviews on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask if they have a portfolio or a list of testimonials.
  • Choose a licensed, bonded, insured company that has been in business 5 or more years.
  • Avoid the lowest quotes, which can indicate poor quality work.
  • Get an estimate, contract, and warranty before the work begins.
  • Never pay in full before your plumber starts working.

What questions do I ask sewer companies?

Make sure you hire the best plumber possible by asking the following questions:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • Do you have any certifications for installing sewer systems?
  • Are you licensed, bonded, and insured?
  • How long will it take to install this sewer system?
  • Will you handle hooking it up to the city's main line?
  • What kind of pipe material do you recommend?
  • Does this estimate include cleanup?
  • What other costs can I expect?
  • Will you need to remove any trees or landscaping to install the line?

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