Sewer line services can cost you anywhere between $2,250 and $5,750, which averages out to roughly $4,000 for any extensive repairs. This includes the initial cost of inspecting your sewer line and locating the clog. These repair prices also encompass numerous sewer line problems, including a pipe burst, tree root intrusions, and a collapsed sewer line.
Repairing a broken or cracked sewer line can cost you anywhere from $50 to $450 per linear foot. Removing an intrusive tree root will run you anywhere from $200 to $600. Hiring a professional to use a drain snake to remove the clog will range from $150 to $500, and the average cost of hydro-jetting is $250 to $800. The more severe the obstruction, the more it will cost to remove it.
A collapsed sewer will cost a lot more money to repair. If the damage is extensive, then you will need to install a whole new sewer line. Old and unsalvagable pipes will need to be replaced. A full replacement will run you anywhere between $8,000 to $30,000. The price will ultimately depend on the amount of digging involved and the width of the sewer line. Repairing a 15-foot section of pipe alone will cost you a minimum of $1,500 to $2,500.