Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
We do more than unclog drains. We offer a full range of sewer services, including main sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, no dig pipe restoration, and sewer line cleaning. It is critical to get the proper help to repair or replace the sewer lines as soon as possible to avoid damage. Our plumbing professionals are trained to address the following sewer plumbing problems:
- Broken Pipes: Pipes are cracked, punctured or collapsed by shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
- Sewer Blockages: Grease buildup or foreign objects restrict or prohibit proper water flow and/or cleaning of the sewer line.
Corrosion: Pipes have deteriorated and/or broken, causing blockages in the line and restricting water flow
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Catastrophic sewage line issues are bad enough without the added upheaval of torn up walkways, ripped out landscaping, and destroyed driveways. You can avoid this unwelcome hassle and extensive property damage with the services of an experienced plumber like those from The Great American Plumbing Co, Inc, through trenchless sewer repair.
Trenchless Repair Options
There are two common methods of trenchless repair, pipe bursting and pipe lining. Pipe bursting typically requires two entry point holes, one near your building, and the other further out where your lines connect to the mainline. Pipe lining usually only involves one hole. Both methods are equally effective, though pipe lining may not be suitable for some types of sewage line failures.
Why Choose Trenchless Repair?
Trenchless sewer line repair is a more environmentally friendly option with minimal noise impact. It takes less time and is far more economical than the traditional excavation method. For a commercial enterprise, minimal disruption to your business is an essential factor to consider. This method also prevents the possible expanse of repairs to city-owned streets in front of your business.
At The Great American Plumbing Co, Inc, we are seasoned trenchless sewer repair professionals. Our full service plumbing operation is fully equipped and trained to handle these huge jobs without destroying your landscaping and hardscape. If you are facing the possible need for sewer line repair or replacement for your building, rely on our team to apply trenchless technology for pipe replacements, repairs, and inspections.
When you have a sewer problem you’ll want the sewer repair process to minimize disruptions to your property or business. You probably don’t want to dig up your patio, parking lot, or landscape.
The Great American Plumbing Co, Inc offers trenchless sewer repair to minimize the impact on your outdoor landscape and get your sewer system fully operational quickly.
Instead of drudging large trenches to access your underground sewage system, the Great American Plumbing Co, Inc technicians will drill just a few holes to see where the sewer line problem is and address it quickly.
A sewer leak on your drain line, or main sewer line, can be hard to detect and can also damage your property. Standing or ponding water from leaking sewer lines are also a health hazard and frequently go undiagnosed. Leaking drain pipes can also undermine your drain system and cause separations. Our plumbers often perform a dye test to pinpoint the source because the source of leaking water can be hard to detect. Commonly, pipes or water service lines are replaced, only to discover they were not the source of a leak. Surprisingly enough, sewer water is not always dirty or discolored and often is mistaken for a water supply line leak. Your home’s main sewer line is buried beneath the yard, it can make it more difficult to identify a possible broken sewer line. Here are a few indicators that your sewer line could be broken:
1) EASILY CLOGGED DRAINS
Every now and then, your toilet, kitchen sink, or shower can experience a drain that gets a little plugged up, in these instances a clog can be a quick fix. However, when a clog starts occurring with unusual frequency, especially in multiple drains, or if water is draining slowly throughout your home, this could be a sign of an obstructed sewer line.
2) SOGGY SPOTS IN THE YARD
A leaking sewer line can be caused by a break or collapse. However, according to Angie’s List, a leak is often caused by a tree root that has penetrated the piping. Some of these leaks are harder to detect than others, especially in areas where the sewer line is buried very deep underground. While a leak in the sewer line is all but invisible, it could show itself in warmer climates where it isn’t necessary to bury lines very deep because of a shallow frost line.
3) UNSAVORY ODORS
You might not always be able to see a sewer line problem, but there’s a good chance you will smell it. According to SFGate contributor Chris Deziel, any scent of sewer gas that is strong enough to permeate a house is a telltale sign of a plumbing problem. This could be a sign of a sewer line clog, as backups will often push smelly sewer gases up drains. However, if the odor is especially potent in the yard, the more likely scenario is that the sewer line is leaking.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE A BROKEN SEWER LINE
If you experience any of the above, and you’ve ruled out the possibility of a clogged drain, or a broken plumbing vent, then it’s time to get help from a plumbing professional.
The sewer solutions specialists at the Great American Plumbing Co, Inc can easily assess the situation and perform a sewer line repair, with minimal digging and trenching, while limiting the mess and unsavory odors.