Sewer Line Locating and Diagram Services for Milwaukee Area Homes

Locating sewer lines and creating detailed diagrams is crucial when alterations or digging needs to be done on your Milwaukee area property. At Roto-Rooter, our team provides professional sewer line locating and mapping services using the latest technology to precisely identify the location and route of underground sewer pipes on your residential property. With over 80+ years of experience, trust the experts! We offer free quotes on sewer line location and diagram services.

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Expert Sewer Line Locators in Milwaukee

Before you start any landscaping, building, or digging project, let our technicians inspect your property. We use underground camera video and digital mapping software to create detailed diagrams indicating the exact placements of your sewer and drainage lines. Our clear diagrams give you peace of mind by reducing the risk of accidental line damage when projects are underway. Don't break ground blindly - call Roto-Rooter first for professional sewer line locating and diagrams you can rely on before unwelcome surprises arise.

Is Sewer Line Locating Necessary?

Yes! If you start digging, or if you have some company start digging without first locating your sewer lines, they could hit a line, and you could end up with wastewater saturating your lawn and possibly your neighbors’ lawns. This is horrible for a few reasons: repairs, family health and environmental health.

Prioritize Your Family’s Health

Sewer water is unsanitary. If your entire yard and neighbors’ yards are supersaturated with wastewater, there’s a good chance any children or animals playing out there will get sick. Cholera is a severe waterborne disease often linked to sewage-contaminated water. According to the WHO, there were 1.3 to 4.0 million cases of cholera reported annually between 2008 and 2017, with 21,000 to 143,000 deaths each year.

Benefits of clean sewer lines

Protect the Environment

An adverse effect on the growth of vegetation, animals, or any bacteria—less of the good and more of the bad—in the area can be seen when sewer pipes are hit and your yard fills with wastewater. In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tracks and reports instances of sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) and combined sewer overflows (CSOs). Thousands of SSO and CSO events occur annually, resulting in the discharge of millions of gallons of raw sewage into water bodies.

Finding sewer lines protects the environment

Avoid Costly Repair

Hitting a sewer line and leaking water throughout your yard and your neighbors' yards will be extremely costly when it could have been avoided. Repairing or replacing a damaged sewer line can range from $1,000 to $4,000 or more, depending on the length and depth of the line, the type of pipe used, and the complexity of the job. In severe cases or if the entire sewer line needs replacement, costs can exceed $10,000. Add the cost of your neighbors’ landscape to the total, and you won’t want to see the number.

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Contact Roto-Rooter for professional sewer & drain cleaning services in Milwaukee, Mequon, Hartford, Menomonee Falls, & New Berlin