If the sewer lines in your plumbing system are giving your trouble - you are probably pretty frustrated and worried. Worried about the cost, the timeline, and the integrity of the repairs is all perfectly normal when a serious plumbing issue like this happens. But, at Mr. Rooter in Scotts Valley - we don’t think you should be worried about the repairs that will need to be done AFTER the repairs are done. That is why we offer trenchless sewer line repair and replacement services. Because the stress of even having a sewer line problem in the first place is enough for one lifetime!

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What Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair?

Years ago, having a problem in your sewer line meant locating where the problem was, and then digging into the ground to locate the section of pipe that was damaged. Sounds simple enough, right? The problem was, no matter where the damaged section of pipe was - the only way to access it was to dig. This meant, if the section of damaged pipe was under your driveway - the driveway got dug up. If the section of damaged pipe was under your deck - the deck was destroyed, and the ground under it was dug up. The intention, obviously, was not to destroy property. But, that was the only available technology for accessing cracked, leaking, or otherwise damaged sections of sewer line pipe. At Mr. Rooter in Scotts Valley, we are proud to say that our team has evolved past that one method and has obtained the specialized training and equipment necessary to perform trenchless sewer line repair. This method allows for access to the damaged section of sewer line pipe - without digging. When using a trenchless sewer line repair method - there is no need to bring in a backhoe and dig up sections of your yard, driveway, or patio.

Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Right For My Circumstances?

Each case is different, and Mr. Rooter in Scotts Valley is committed to providing the best repair method for the circumstances of the job. If your sewer line job involves any of the following - then trenchless sewer line repair is probably a good fit for you:

  • The problem is in a sectionof pipe that is buried underground
  • An underground pipe has burst or cracked and is leaking
  • The ground has shifted due to heavy rains causing a section of underground pipe to shift
  • There is a clog in your sewer line, and the fixtures in your home are not working properly

If any of this sounds familiar to you, give us a call today! We are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for all of your plumbing installation, repair, and maintenance needs.

Having a sewer line problem is stressful enough without having to worry about the expense of repairing your deck or driveway after. Give us a call today to discuss our trenchless sewer line repair services, and let us worry about the rest!

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