Common causes of sewer line damage include:

  • Tree root intrusion
  • Flushing inappropriate items down the toilet
  • Grease buildup
  • Natural wear and tear over time

While trenchless repair is less invasive and can be more cost-effective, it’s not always the best option. Certain types of damage or the location of the sewer line may require traditional excavation repair. We’ll take a close look at your sewage line problem and recommend the best solution for your specific needs.

The cost of sewer line repair can vary widely depending on the extent of the damage and the methods and tools required to fix it. On average, you might expect to pay anywhere from $1,000 to $4,000—but we’ll provide you with a specific estimate and cost breakdown for your problem after assessing the situation.

Regular maintenance and inspections can help prevent sewer line damage. It’s also important to avoid planting trees near your sewer line, and to be careful about what you choose to flush down your toilets or pour down your drains.

The length of each repair can vary greatly depending on the nature of the problem and the method we use. While some repairs can be completed within a day, more complex repairs may take several days. We’ll give you an estimated timeline along with an accurate quote when you call.

Pipe relining, also known as cured-in-place pipe (CIPP), involves inserting a resin-coated flexible tube into the damaged pipe and then inflating it. As the resin hardens, it creates a new pipe within the old one. This can help extend the lifespan of your sewer lines and prevent potentially costly emergencies from occurring.

Trenchless sewer line repair is a method that allows us to fix your sewer line without having to dig up your entire yard. It’s a faster, less invasive method that can be more cost-effective, depending on the nature of your sewer line issue. We’ll let you know if this is the best option for you when you call us for help.

Signs that you might need sewer line repair include:

  • Frequent drain backups
  • Unusual odors around your property
  • Particularly lush patches of grass in your yard
  • Water pooling in unusual areas

We offer a range of sewer line repair services, including:

  • Trenchless sewer repair
  • Traditional excavation repair
  • Pipe relining
  • Regular maintenance services
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