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Take comfort in knowing that Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater New Hampshire is competent in taking care of your home and that they will do so quickly and safely. We are unlike any other business due of our prompt service, reasonable costs, and friendly employees.
Common causes of sewer line damage:
- Poorly maintained
- Accumulation of toilet paper, grease, sludge, toilet paper, etc.
- Sewage pipe joints or holes being invaded by tree roots
- Common ground freezing and thawing
- Earthquakes, localized earth movement, nearby active buildings, etc.
- Aging-related wear and damage
- Shoddy installation, design, or arrangement of sewer pipes
- An overflow in a city's sewer line
Broken Sewer Line Solutions
Your sewer pipes' damage and cracks can be evaluated by the plumbing and sewer line repair professionals at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Greater New Hampshire. We both probably want to do anything to prevent the replacement of the sewer line at all costs. No matter how your property is laid out or what kind of sewer system it has, there can still be some simple problems that we can fix. Some of the repairs and replacements we carry out most regularly include the following:
- Pipe relining: We will provide you with completely new pipes that were made in this manner. In order to avoid pipe cracks, the interior of pre-existing sewer pipes can also be "sleeved." We'll clean the pipe first. After the lining is placed, it will take a few hours for it to firm. This is an excellent method that, compared to standard sewer line repair, takes a lot less time, effort, and annoyance while still being effective.
- Hydraulic replacement of a burst sewer pipe: Depending on how badly your sewer pipe is damaged, we might need to draw a new one through the existing one. Using hydraulics, this trenchless method further disassembles the damaged old pipe before effortlessly substituting a new pipe.
- Preventative pipe maintenance: Aiding in the initial prevention of sewer line damage is crucial. You can keep large material and buildup out of your pipes and prevent cracks, clogs, and bursts by scheduling routine sewer line inspections and drain cleaning services.
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FAQs | Manchester Sewer Line Repair & Replacement
How do you know if your sewer line is damaged?
There are several clear signs that your sewer line may be damaged. There are several telltale symptoms, including an unpleasant odor in your home, slowly emptying sinks and toilets, frequent sewer backups, lush patches of grass covering the sewer line, and unusual gurgling sounds coming from your pipes. A serious problem with your sewer line may be indicated by standing sewage water or sewage backups close to the exterior of your home. If you notice any of these issues, it is crucial to get in touch with an experienced plumber straight away so they can assess the situation and pinpoint the problem.
How serious is a crack in the sewer line?
Never disregard a crack in your sewer line. Even though a little crack might not appear to cause any significant problems right away, if left untreated, cracks can quickly enlarge and potentially cause significant damage to your property. Little cracks in sewer lines that allow water to seep into the surrounding soil can lead to pipe failure, erosion, and issues with the foundation. Moreover, tree roots in search of water and nutrients may be drawn to a broken sewer line, where they can eventually cause obstructions that could cause sewage backups in your home.
How do you know when your sewer line needs to be replaced?
There are several factors to take into account when deciding whether to repair or replace your sewer line. The age and make-up of your pipes, the extent of the damage, and the frequency of problems may all have an impact on your decision. These are some red flags that suggest replacing your sewer line:
- Recurrent sewage backups and clogs - Persistent foul odors in and around your home - Deterioration of pipe materials that can no longer be efficiently repaired - A history of multiple repairs that do not seem to improve the overall performance of the sewer system
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