IS THERE A DIRTY SECRET UNDER YOUR DREAM HOME?
A lateral sewer line connects a home’s plumbing to the public sewer system, and it’s the owner’s responsibility to maintain it. An old and damaged lateral line could lead to sewage back-ups into your yard and home, turning your dream purchase into a mess of costly repairs.
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Don’t let sewage make
a house call.
Houses built before 1975 are more likely to have sewer lines made of outdated materials that are prone to leaks and cracks. That’s why many Tampa Bay area home inspectors recommend conducting a camera scope inspection before purchasing an older home.
Get peace of mind before you buy.
Request a scope.
Ask your home inspector if they offer camera scope inspections. You can also use the directory below to find local contractors who offer this service.
6091 Johns Rd, Tampa, FL 33634
1505 Maple Street, Clearwater, FL 33755
3988 Manatee Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34208
5020 Tampa W Blvd Tampa, FL 33634
210 Field End St, Sarasota, FL 34240
|Quality Pumping of Central FL||(813) 369-5939||6091 Johns Rd, Tampa, FL 33634||View Website|
|House 2 Home Inspection Services||(813) 310 4103||View Website|
|Dr. Plumbing||(727) 755-7000||1505 Maple Street Clearwater, 33755||View Website|
|Sleuth Leak Detection||(800) 329-5325||3988 Manatee Ave E,|
Bradenton, FL 34208
|Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Water Cleanup||(800) 768-6911||5020 Tampa W BlvdTampa, FL 33634||View Website|
|Florida Pipe-lining Solutions||(941) 308-5325||210 Field End St, Sarasota, FL 34240||View Website|
What is a lateral sewer line?
Where are lateral sewer lines usually located?
Lateral sewer lines typically run beneath a home’s yard and/or driveway.