Clean, Repair or Replace Your Side Sewer Line
The first step in determining a solution to your drainage or side sewer problem is to do a proper assessment of the cause of your issue. As professional and certified plumbers and sewer specialists, we have the equipment to perform and inspection of sewer line.
Using a sewer camera scope which is a flexible wire with a camera and light at the end which can be inserted into your drain or pipe and allow us to examine the inside of your sewer line. This is something that can be used for determine if your sewer line is clogged, cracked, or broken. We can even make a video of our inspection so that we can show you what we have found.
If we find a clog, we then determine the best method to remove it. We don’t recommend the use of chemicals because they are bad for the environment as well as harmful to your plumbing. As mentioned above we can use a snake or auger which is a flexible metal cord that can be run into your line to break down any debris or clog. For more extensive clogs, such as roots or build up of fats and grease, we employ the use of hydro jets to send a strong stream of water into your pipe to break up and flush the blockage out of your side sewer line.
Cleaning or clearing your sewer is not always the solution to your sewer issue. If a sewer line is cracked, broken or collapsed, we will need to come up with a way to repair or replace your sewer line. Using a sewer lining is a less expensive method to repair your sewer line by inserting a strong resin that dries quickly to completely cover the inside of your existing sewer line. This method will in essence put a new pipe on the inside of your existing pipe.
For a broken or collapsed sewer pipe, we can replace your line with at trenchless pipe bursting method that can replace your sewer without having to excavate or dig a trench to remove your broken pipe. This method employs the use of a special piece of equipment that pulls through a new pipe to replace your existing one while at the same time breaking up or bursting your old pipe and moving it out of the way so the new pipe can replace it.