Frequent toilet clogs, slow-draining sinks, and foul smells in the bathroom can all be signs of a sewer system backup.
This common plumbing problem can be caused by several factors, including:
- Tree roots
- Pipe blockages
- Outdated pipes
Not only can it lead to inconvenience, but it can also pose health hazards and damage your property if left untreated. Fortunately, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Central Oregon offers professional sewer system backup solutions to address the issue promptly and effectively.
We realize sewer system backups can happen anytime – day or night, weekends or holidays. That's why it's essential to choose a plumbing company that offers 24/7 emergency services. Whether you have a minor or major sewer backup, you can count on Mr. Rooter Plumbing to arrive promptly and resolve the issue before it escalates. Our 24/7 emergency services offer peace of mind and convenience, especially during critical situations.
How We Handle Sewer System Backups
We offer various services to address and prevent sewer backups. Our versatile technicians and comprehensive repair options ensure a functional, safe, and long-lasting sewer system.
This powerful technique uses high-pressure water to flush out sewer and drain clogs. Unlike drain snakes, it doesn't damage the pipes or leave any residue behind.
Hydro jetting is especially useful for removing stubborn blockages caused by:
- Tree roots
- Debris that accumulates over time
It is also a preventative measure to keep your sewer system in top condition.
Pipe-lining involves inserting a resin-saturated liner into the damaged sewer pipe to create new, strengthened piping within the old one. This technique is useful for clogged or corroded pipes, as well as those with cracks or leaks. It is an eco-friendly and long-lasting solution that eliminates the need for excavation or replacement of the entire piping, which can save you time and money.
Rooter work utilizes a specialized tool to clear out sewer clogs and debris. Rooter work relies on a cutting blade that rotates and grinds materials causing pipe blockages. It then uses suction to remove the debris quickly and affordably.
This modern technique replaces damaged sewer pipes with new ones without excavation. It involves pulling a bursting head, which fragments the old piping and pulls the new one into place. Bursting is ideal for piping beyond repair or those that need upgrading. It is a minimally invasive solution that can save time and money while improving your sewer system's performance and durability.
If you are experiencing a sewer backup, our plumbing experts can help you decide the right solution for your situation. Don't hesitate to contact Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Central Oregon online if you notice any signs of a sewer backup, such as slow-draining sinks, toilet clogs, or foul smells.