Sewer Line Repair & Replacement in Kalispell

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Did you just discover several clogged drains at the same time? Or noticing an unusual puddle of water in your yard? Chances are that your sewer line is clogged or needs repair. Don’t worry - our licensed plumbers at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Kalispell are here to help.

Your sewer line is one of the most important plumbing systems in your home. So, if your sewer line needs a repair, replacement, or simple cleanout, we can help. For your peace of mind, we back our sewer line services with a reliable warranty. Our customer service reps are also available 24/7. If you have sewer issues at night, on a weekend, or on a holiday, call us and we’ll help.

To schedule your sewer line repair services, request your appointment online. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!

How We’ll Clean, Repair, or Replace Your Sewer Line

We understand the importance of keeping your sewer line in optimal condition. Our plumbers at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Kalispell offer a wide range of plumbing and drain services tailored to meet your specific needs.

Here are three common types of sewer line repair services we provide

Sewer Line Cleanout

Sewer line cleanout involves clearing clogs and blockages within your sewer line. Most clogs are formed by things that shouldn’t go down your drains. These include flushable wipes, fats, oil, grease, and hygiene products. Intruding tree roots can also clog your sewer line.

First, our plumbers will locate the cleanout access point. Then we’ll remove obstructions using methods such as HyrdroScrub® jetting or mechanical snaking. This service is ideal for addressing minor clogs or blockages.

Pipe Relining

Pipe relining is a trenchless sewer repair method. It reinforces damaged sewer pipes without the need for extensive excavation. During the process, a flexible liner coated with a special epoxy resin is inserted into the existing sewer line. The liner is then inflated, allowing the resin to adhere to the damaged pipe. This creates a new, durable lining within the old pipe. Pipe relining is effective for repairing cracks, leaks, and minor structural damage.

Pipe Bursting

Pipe bursting is another trenchless repair technique. If your sewer line needs to be replaced, we’ll likely explore the pipe-bursting technique. With this method, a new sewer pipe is installed as the damaged pipe is burst apart and displaced.

This approach eliminates the need for extensive excavation, reducing disruption to your property. Pipe bursting is particularly suitable for replacing aging or deteriorating pipes. Pipe bursting is an effective sewer line replacement method that provides a long-lasting solution for your sewer line.

When it comes to Kalispell sewer line repair and replacement, we’ve got you covered. Request your service online today to get started.

Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Kalispell?

As homeowners like you, we get that sewer issues are stressful and no fun. That’s why we’re all about providing world-class service and doing all we can to help you feel better. Sewer line problems can be a pain, and we’ll provide a painless experience.

Why trust us with your sewer line repair or replacement? A few reasons include:

  • Our Up-front Pricing. After diagnosing your sewer line, we’ll review all options and pricing with you before proceeding with any work. We won’t surprise you with any hidden fees.
  • Our Warranty. Your sewer line repair is backed by a 90-day warranty. If you need a sewer line replacement, we’ll back that with a 1-year warranty. Regardless of the service, we’ll get it done right.
  • Our Reputation. We’re backed with over 180 positive reviews. Customers love our professional, efficient, and responsive service.

At Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Kalispell, we’re available around the clock. Call us anytime to schedule a service.

Reach out to us online to request your service call. We’ll be out ASAP to take a look.

Frequently Asked Questions About Sewer Line Repair Services

How do you know if your sewer line is damaged?

Detecting sewer line damage is crucial to prevent extensive and costly repairs. Here are signs that may indicate your sewer line is damaged:

  1. Frequent Clogs: If you experience frequent or persistent clogs in multiple drains throughout your home, it could indicate a sewer line issue.
  2. Slow Drains: Slow drainage in sinks, tubs, or toilets can suggest a partial blockage or damage in the sewer line.
  3. Foul Odors: Sewer gas has a distinct and unpleasant odor. If you notice strong, persistent sewer odors in and around your home, it may signal a leak or crack in the sewer line.
  4. Backups: Sewage backups in toilets, showers, or sinks are clear indicators of a sewer line problem. This is a serious issue that requires immediate attention.
  5. Puddles or Sinkholes: Sewer line leaks can cause water to pool in your yard or create sinkholes. These visible signs may be indicative of a problem below ground.
  6. Lush, Green Patches in Yard: Sewage leaking into the soil can act as a fertilizer, causing unusually green and lush patches in your yard.
  7. Unexplained Gurgling: If you hear gurgling noises from drains when water is running, it could be due to air trapped in the sewer line, indicating a problem.

How serious is a crack in a sewer line?

The seriousness of a crack in a sewer line depends on its size and location. Small cracks or minor damage may not lead to immediate issues but can worsen over time. Larger cracks or fractures can cause significant problems, including:

  1. Sewage Leaks: Cracks can allow sewage to escape into the surrounding soil, potentially contaminating groundwater and causing environmental concerns.
  2. Blockages: Debris can accumulate in the crack, leading to blockages that impede proper sewage flow.
  3. Tree Root Infiltration: Tree roots can infiltrate sewer lines through cracks, causing further damage and blockages.
  4. Sewage Backups: Cracks can result in sewage backups into your home, which pose health risks and require immediate attention.
  5. Structural Damage: Severe damage to the sewer line can compromise the structural integrity of your home's foundation.

How do you know when your sewer line needs to be replaced?

Determining when to replace a sewer line depends on the extent of damage and the age of the system. Here are signs that your sewer line may need replacement:

  1. Frequent Repairs: If you find yourself repeatedly repairing the same sewer line issues, it may be more cost-effective to replace the entire line.
  2. Aging Pipes: Sewer lines have a typical lifespan of 50-100 years, depending on the materials used. If your sewer line is approaching the end of its expected life, replacement may be necessary.
  3. Extensive Damage: Severely damaged or collapsed sewer lines often require replacement to restore proper drainage.
  4. Multiple Problems: If you're experiencing a combination of issues, such as leaks, cracks, tree root intrusion, and blockages, it may be more practical to replace the line than address each problem individually.
  5. Sewage Backups: Persistent sewage backups in your home are a clear sign that your sewer line is failing and may need replacement.
  6. Professional Inspection: A professional sewer line inspection, using video cameras, can provide a detailed assessment of the line's condition. If the inspection reveals extensive damage, replacement may be recommended.

Always consult with a licensed plumber or sewer specialist for a thorough assessment and to determine the best course of action when dealing with sewer line issues. Replacing a sewer line is a major undertaking, so it's essential to make an informed decision.

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