Advantage Sewer, Drain, and Plumbing
Expert Plumbing Service in Colorado Springs

Serving Colorado Springs and the Surrounding Areas


We Are Full Service Plumbers

Advantage Sewer & Drain Is Your Colorado Springs Plumber

Welcome to Advantage Sewer & Drain Plumbing, your reliable and trustworthy plumbing service provider in Colorado Springs. We specialize in all types of residential and commercial plumbing services, including drain cleaning, sewer repair, water heater installation, and more. With years of experience in the plumbing industry, we pride ourselves on delivering top-quality services that exceed our customers’ expectations. At Advantage Sewer & Drain Plumbing, we understand that plumbing problems can be frustrating and disruptive to your daily routine. That’s why we offer fast and efficient plumbing solutions that are tailored to your specific needs.
We believe that customer satisfaction is our top priority, and we strive to build lasting relationships with our clients based on trust, reliability, and transparency. When you choose Advantage Sewer & Drain Plumbing, you can expect honest pricing, upfront communication, and a commitment to excellence in everything we do. Whether you need emergency plumbing services or regular maintenance, we’re here to help. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about our services. Let Advantage Sewer & Drain Plumbing be your go-to plumbing service provider in Colorado Springs.
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Our Plumbing Services

We Fix Plumbing Problems!

Our professional plumbers have the knowledge and experience to repair a variety of common problems in your home, clogged toilets, and disposals to installation and repair of water lines. We maintain a high level of professionalism and respect for your home and cater to all of your plumbing needs.

We Serve Residential!

A burst water pipe, a backed-up sewer, or a leaking toilet is a plumbing emergency. Advantage Sewer and Drain can help. Don’t let the leak cause more damage to your home. Though we are NOT 24/7 we take your emergency seriously and will have a plumbing expert out faster than our competitors.

We Do Commercial Plumbing

When plumbing issues take on a larger scale, then you need the right team of workers to keep your business running and without interruption. Our highly skilled team ensures the best work! We do our best to keep your business up and running with as little distraction as possible to get the job done.

Residential, Commercial Plumbing In Colorado Springs

You Call Us, We’ll Be there.



Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have my sewer line cleaned?
Most areas recommend servicing (cleaning) your sewer line at least once per year. Colorado Springs Utilities states that if you don’t have your (the sewer lines that run under your property) sewer lines cleaned at least once each year, they are not be responsible for damage due to a sewage backup regardless of the cause.
Can I prevent drains from clogging?
In some cases it is possible to prevent drains from clogging by simply performing routine maintenance on the line. In many older areas in Colorado Springs, the original clay sewer lines are still in place, and these jointed sewer lines allow tree roots to enter the line and clog the drain. Annual, or semi-annual rooting of the lines can often prevent a full-blown line clog – and subsequent sewer backup into your home.
How can I stop these tree roots from growing in my line and causing backups?
Unfortunately, once the tree roots have gotten into your sewer lines, there is no practical way to remove them permanently. We can clean out your sewer system on a regular basis to prevent backups, we can add additional cleanouts to make this process much easier. We can also suggest several other options to help you with your tree root problems. Give us a call at 719.491.8638 or contact us and we’ll put together a plan that will minimize tree root problems in your sewer system.
Why in my water pressure low? Can the water pressure in my home be increased?
In some cases, simply adjusting the water pressure regulator can increase the water pressure in your home. Some older homes have iron water pipes instead of copper. These iron water pipes can corrode and restrict water volume and pressure. If you have low water pressure, let us check your water supply system and we’ll let you know exactly how we can help.
I’m in the process of purchasing a new home and my realtor said I need a sewer inspection or sewer scope. Do you guys do that?
Yes, we do, and we always recommend a sewer scope of the sewer line before purchasing a new home, or even selling yours. A sewer scope will give you an idea of the condition of the mainline, your sewer line from the house to the city main, and if there are any issues that you need to be aware of. We can’t begin to tell you how many people have called in regarding a new home they have purchased and the basement has flooded due to a mainline backup. After inspection, the mainline is full of tree roots, or worse yet, has a crack or an offset. Large issues with the sewer line can set you back several thousands of dollars, that knowledge might have been a factor when purchasing your home.
My water heater is 15 years old and is still in working condition, I don’t understand why it’s suggested to replace the unit?
We completely understand, and realize that replacing a water heater can be costly. Unfortunately water heaters only have a life expectancy of 9-13 years, anything after that could potentially be borrowed time. Your water heater could continue to live on for quite some time, but we can almost guarantee that it is not functioning in its full capacity. After time, sediment, dirt debris, and other minerals can build up in your water heater. Due to the age and possibly the buildup, your water heater could begin to make strange sounds or even start to rust and leak. Not to mention you are bathing, brushing your teeth, and cleaning your dishes in these less than desirable water conditions.