Sewer Line Repair
Problems with your sewer line seemingly appear out of nowhere. But, the truth of the matter is, these issues were likely brewing for weeks – maybe even months. Thankfully, if you know the signs of this type of damage (a stagnant plumbing system, flooded yard, etc.) you won’t be caught off guard.
Detecting a damaged sewer line
A couple of signs that your sewer lines need repair include:
- Toilets have a drainage problem
- Raw sewage begins to pool in your yard
- The smell of raw sewage is in or around your home
What causes problems with the sewer lines?
There are several factors that can lead to issues with your sewer lines. Some of them include:
- Built-up debris (waste, leaves, sediment, etc.) in your sewer line
- Tree roots growing into your pipes
- Changes in the soil due to freezing temperatures
Prevention is key to solving premature issues
The sad fact is, as your sewer pipes get older, issues are inevitable. There’s nothing you can do about that. But, there’s is good news. If you are able to keep your drains and toilets free of thick liquids and solid materials, you can avoid premature damage and spending lots of extra money. Another great way to stave off problems with your sewer line is to plant trees and bushes far away from any pipes. This will prevent their roots from invading your pipes in their search for nutrition.
Don’t let problems with your sewer line turn into a nightmare (both foundational and financial) that you can’t get away from. Call the experts at Sunrise Plumbing today at 702-568-5300 to see for yourself why we are considered to be one of the best in the county.
The Tools We Use
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Sewer repairs have traditionally been a nightmare for homeowners and business owners alike. Not only is it time-consuming but, you also had to deal with having your day disrupted or having workmen traipsing all over your grass and digging up your backyard. In some cases, there’s even the incurred cost of landscaping and repairs to tiles and the like to deal with afterward. But, with trenchless sewer repair, that headache is now a thing of the past.
Sunrise Service technicians can come to your home or business, do a video inspection of the damage to your sewer line, and then custom-fit a sturdy lining to fix the damage. This solution works even in areas where the pipe is completely gone. The best part is, there will be no digging in your yard or disruption of your business.
Plus, trenchless sewer repair is a long-term solution. Why? The lining that we use is as sturdy as a length of pipe. In short, this method is faster, cheaper, less time-consuming, and more environmentally friendly than other solutions on the market. It takes fewer workmen to get the work done and there are no additional repair costs. How can you beat that?
Intrigued? Come in or call Sunrise at 702-568-5300 to learn more about our trenchless sewer repair. Our friendly and professional technicians will be happy to assist you.
If your sewer pipe is offset, broken, separated at the joints, or has been infiltrated by tree roots, you are going to have to repair or replace it. Traditionally, pipe repair and replacement involved digging into the earth to reach the damaged section of the pipe, cutting it out, and replacing it with new piping. Not only was this mess, it was time-consuming as well. In short, it was a big pain in the you-know-where. But, thanks to PipePatch – the No dig trenchless pipe rehabilitation system, this is a thing of the past.
It is a trenchless repair solution that, essentially, creates a new pipe within the old pipe. But, what makes this particular method of trenchless pipe repair better than the others is that PipePatch makes it possible to repair a small section of the pipe. In other words, you won’t have to replace your entire sewer line. Further, this process takes about 3 hours whereas, traditional pipe repair/replacement takes days. PipePatch even improves how your sewer system works. How can you beat that?
Some of the advantages of using PipePatch include:
- No more digging through your lawn or driveway: Because of the way PipePatch works, there is hardly any mess to clean up, especially compared to the traditional methods where it may take months for your lawn to get back to normal. Further, it costs an arm and a leg to repave a driveway, especially if it’s concrete.
- Saves time: The curing process for PipePatch takes only a couple of hours, meaning that most repairs can be finished in a single day.
- Environmentally friendly: WIth this method, there’s need to grow silt and dirt everywhere, leading natural habitats undisturbed.
- Saves money – Since you longer have to replace your entire sewer line, it doesn’t cost nearly as much as traditional methods.
If something comes up, don’t hesitate to contact us and make an appointment for service.