You wake up one morning to find that your tub, kitchen sink, and bathroom sink are all clogged. Coincidence? We think not.
Why You May Need a Sewer Line Repair
Grease from the kitchen, hair from your tub, and any other number of foreign objects can build up over time and cause a clog in the main line of a sewer. It’s also possible for tree roots to grow inside your sewer line and prevent water from making its way through.
Thankfully, we’ve moved away from clay sewer lines (which were known to break down after just a few years) to metal ones, but even metal will corrode at some point. As metal corrodes, it becomes thinner and more likely to crack.
3. Leaking Joints
It may not be your actual pipes that are the problem, but rather what connects them. If the joint between pipes is wearing, broken, or loose, you could experience any number of problems.
What is a Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?
Those horror stories you’ve heard of neighbors getting their entire yard dug up to fix a crack in one pipe — that won’t happen to you. Trenchless sewer line repairs can fix a number of different problems without having to dig up your lawn.
The Benefits of a Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
- Repairs usually take less than a day.
- Less-intrusive techniques are better than traditional methods.
- Methodology keeps your lawn, landscaping, patio, and more intact.
- More efficient services save you time and money.
- Repairs meet industry standards and are permanent.
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