Tree Root Intrusion Removers in Boulder, CO

It doesn’t matter if tree roots are right next to your house or a couple hundred feet away, the damage that they can potentially cause is severe. Tree roots can grow alongside your pipes, just waiting to take advantage of a crack or minor displacement of your pipes, they are seeking an entrance to the water source. Old or cracked pipes are especially prone to tree root damage. This is because the roots already have an entrance to the water that they seek in order to help the tree grow. In the plumbing world, we call this problem, Tree Root Intrusion, and it causes breaks and blockages in your piping system.

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One symptom of pipe problems due to tree root intrusion is when your tub doesn’t drain in a swirling manner. This could be a sign that flooding is coming your way soon. Taking action by calling Mr. Rooter Plumbing as soon as possible is the best thing you can do to make sure that you don’t have a catastrophe on your hands.

Tree root intrusion is a common problem. Tree roots break into sewer and water lines and impede water and sewage flow. This causes further damage to your pipes, but also triggers backups and flooding in the drains, sinks and toilets around your home.

Our plumbers will perform a video camera inspection in order to see what is causing the problem and properly diagnose the issue. One way that Mr. Rooter’s sewer and water line experts work to get your pipes back to normal is by using a root-cutting blade to clear out pipes. We also can deploy "trenchless" pipe replacement if the damage is too extensive for our root-cutting systems.

Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Northern Colorado has serviced Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties for over 20 years. We are your local experts, and we are ready to evaluate your tree root intrusion issues. We have the latest technology to remove those pesky tree roots from your water or sewage lines and at the same time, lessen the damage to your landscaping during the repairs. We will also help you avoid potential harm from tree roots growing near your pipe, which could be a source of future distress.

Mr. Rooter Plumbing is here to help you 24/7. Call us today!

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