When things go wrong with your sewer line, you can expect your lawn, landscaping, and patio to be torn up to solve the problem. This can be a timely and costly process, and the prices can continue to add up as you spend more time and money to repair your yard afterwards.

Some reasons why your sewer lines might need repairs are because of cracks, breaks, or corrosion. These issues can cause more severe damage in the future when left alone, so it’s essential to call in an expert that can repair or replace the sewer line efficiently and effectively.

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What Is a Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?

A trenchless sewer line repair means that we can utilize advanced strategies and techniques that will keep your lawn intact while still being able to solve the issue underground. Repairing your sewer line this way will save time and money because it takes less than a day for repairs and we have affordable prices. Plus, you won’t have to spend any extra money repairing your lawn or landscaping. We also make sure our work matches industry standards and is permanent so you don’t have to worry about future repairs for a long time.

Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair a Good Choice for Your Home?

If you are currently having any of these problems with your home, it’s a good idea to contact our plumbing team at Mr. Rooter Plumbing for repairs or replacements. We deal with the following issues:

  • Improperly installed pipes that lead to leaky lines and sewer backups
  • Cracked water pipes that happen because of movement in the ground or house
  • Blocked water pipes that eventually burst from household debris, dirt, or roots
  • Weather conditions that consistently freeze and thaw the pipes, creating damaged pipes

We can also address underground piping that is under apartment buildings, homes, and landscaping. If needed, we can install larger water lines.

Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Techniques

Here at Mr. Rooter Plumbing, we use two techniques that will help repair your pipes. We use the Pipe Pull™ method that replaces damaged sewer and water lines. We insert new piping through holes on both ends of the piping run. From there, we use the broken sewer line to direct the new piping into place. We can ensure that our pipes will last up to 100 years. They are chemical and root resistant, leak proof, and code compliant.

Our other technique, pipe relining, removes the need to take out broken pipes because we can insert a hard-lining material inside the original pipe. With this method, we can create a new pipe inside the broken one.

If you need to repair your sewer lines but don’t want to risk tearing up your lawn, call us at Mr. Rooter Plumbing to schedule an appointment.

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