Your Exterior Sewer Line is the line that takes waste water from the exit point within Your Residence to Your utility’s responsibility. Your Exterior Septic Line is the line that takes waste water from the exit point within Your Residence to the point of connection to Your septic tank on Your Property. If Your Exterior Sewer/Septic Line is embedded in concrete, reasonable efforts will be made to avoid cutting through the concrete. This may mean relocating Your Sewer or Septic Line as a means of repairing or replacing Your Exterior Sewer/Septic Line. Any part of Your Exterior Sewer/Septic Line beyond these linear limits will not be covered.
Your Septic System
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Septic tank/ line install
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have to pay for exterior septic line repair?
With exterior sewer and septic line coverage, homeowners can avoid paying for covered repairs to the line that carries wastewater away from their home. This protection covers various types of pipe material, regardless of how old it is. What Do Exterior Sewer Septic Line Repair Plans Cover?
Where does the piping go in a septic tank?
Replacing a house to septic or sewer system with piping that runs from the building exterior to a septic tank located downhill from the home. We present an actual case study, illustrated with photos of each step in the diagnosis and replacement of a blocked sewer line.
Why do I need an exterior sewer line?
The exterior sewer septic line is what helps everything flow smoothly in your plumbing system. If your system isn’t working properly, you could end up with major — and majorly expensive — problems.