Over time, your plumbing pipes can become damaged in a variety of ways, depending on age, wear, and the type of material. Cast iron pipes are susceptible to rust and corrosion, which ultimately leads to failure. Clay pipes may eventually become brittle and crack, especially if it is improperly installed. Meanwhile, PVC pipes may spring a leak when water temperatures exceed the limits for the material.
Some of the signs of a broken sewer line include:
A problem with a sewer line can quickly become a potential health hazard. For this reason, it is never a good idea to put off dealing with the issue. We are committed to offering reliable service for sewer line repair and work to find the most efficient and cost-effective solution for each customer.
We begin by inspecting your sewer line and assessing the cracks or damage that has occurred to the pipe. This can help us determine if repairing or replacing the line is the best option for your property. We use minimally invasive methods, such as pipe relining and trenchless sewer repair service to fix the problem without excavating your yard. Our team can also help with preventative maintenance to stop sewer line problems from happening in the future.