SEWER LINE REPAIR
Broken, leaking, or sagging sewer lines increase a homeowner’s risk of water damage, mold, sewage backup, and other problems. If your pipes fail, call a repair specialist from Roto-Rooter. We’ll identify the source of your problems and repair any damage.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN ROTO-ROOTER REPAIRS SEWER LINES?
If you have a broken or damaged sewer pipe, you can rely on our technicians to be professional, thorough, and diligent in addressing problems. We’ll save you time and money with state-of-the-art trenchless sewer repair. Whether you need something simple like a sewer trap replacement or have extensive damage to the main sewer line that requires a total line replacement, we will always discuss the options with you before beginning our work.
Inspecting Sewer Pipes
Any service call involving possible repair to your sewer system will include a thorough inspection of the sewer line. Our modern sewer camera inspection means that we can take a look at your sewer line without having to expose your pipes.
Our approach to a broken sewer line varies depending on the source of the sewer line damage. For example, if tree roots are blocking your pipes, we can take care of the problem by replacing a length of pipe at the site.
Repairing Damaged Sewer Pipes
We strive to fix pipes or joints whenever possible to save you the cost of installing new pipes. One of the cost-effective, easy, trenchless ways to replace a pipe is pipe bursting.
Aging pipes can develop leaks due to temperature changes, settling of your house foundation, and water pressure. We can fix minor pipe leaks using a pipe lining that attaches to the pipe’s interior surface and hardens in place. If we can restore the sewer pipe without replacing it, we can save you a considerable amount of money on sewer line repairs.
Tree Root Damage
Tree roots may not seem strong enough to damage pipes, but they are a common source of sewer pipe obstructions.