For a long time the plumbing in the bathroom was a major problem. Anytime I flushed, nothing went down the toilet, and everytime I went to the bathroom, I had to use the plunger to get everything to drain. I eventually tried taking off the toilet as well as cleaning it. I also tried drain cleaner in the pipes. I finally contacted the local plumber about this as well as figured out the issue is not with my toilet, but with the actual sewer line. Everything connects as well as effects one another in the plumbing world, and nothing could successfully drain because the sewer line was messed up. At first, the plumber thought there was just a clog, and she figured she could clean out the line as well as drain my septic tank… Well, now the plumber is telling myself and others the sewer line is mangled from being obstructed for so long as well as water. It is rusted, cracked as well as no longer able to be used whatsoever. I need to get a whole current sewer line system. How much is that going to cost me? The plumber told myself and others it could range between $4,000 to $10,000. All of this depends on the length of the sewer line, how complicated the system is as well as how long it takes her to handle the repair. How can they charge that much for a current sewer line? The girl told myself and others that plumbing companies charge by the foot for the current line… The cost per foot usually ranges from $60-200 depending on the type of material that they use. I truly can’t believe a sewer line is going to cost myself and others that much!