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    Broken sewer lines usually start with a hole in the yard or street. They do not fix themselves. Some people will throw a lot of things in the hole, but this does not work. Never pour concrete in the hole because in the end this could block your sewer and shut it down. Most of our customers will get a letter from the City stating that this issue needs to be fixed within a certan time frame. This is when you give us a call for your free one time estimate

    Water does not usually surface from a leaking water line. Most people notice a high water bill that gets higher each month. Occasionally there is a leaking toilet, water softener or yard hydrant causing the leak. Customers trying to fix a water line can lead to using the wrong size pipe, material or not installing it correctly or worse cutting into a gas and/or electric line. Call for your free one time quote

    Septic Systems are made of several parts. Many people will "pump the tank", which is a good start and this should be done about every 3 - 5 years. If you do not pump the tank it will eventually not be able to do it's job. This will throw raw effluent into the laterals which will eventually cause them to fail. This is when we get the call "Help". Septic systems are often forgiving and can be repaired. Call for your Free one time quote

                                                             Thanks for visiting our site!                                                  Contractor's Plumbing Service's started nearly 30 years ago with Stephen Balogh and Roy Farley. We specialize in installing and/or repairing outside Sewer Lines, Water Lines and Septic Systems.

    Contractor's Plumbing Service, 
    Stephen S. Balogh, Owner / L.M.P.
    2821 Blackwell Road, St. Joseph, MO  64506
    Call Now! 816-676-1100