Sewer pipes are the large drains that carry waste from your home to the municipal sewer main. Like anything else that gets used a lot, sewer pipes will wear out and degrade over time. As time goes by, pipes begin to rust, corrode, and can become overridden with roots or experience total collapse.
This means that many customers have been ripped off by contractors who swoop in and use large excavation equipment to replace their stopped up sewer. There is not necessarily a problem with this, except that most can’t afford the cost, and won’t want to deal with the massive devastation left behind in their yards.
Obstacles are a common occurrence in life, and the same is true for sewer repair; tearing up sidewalks or destroying beautifully landscaped yards should never be the first choice when replacing a sewer main, but many homeowners aren’t even aware that trenchless options are available. This is probably because most plumbing contractors don’t have the required equipment, technology or training needed to perform trenchless digging. There are also instances where plumbing contractors don’t tell the customer that trenchless digging is an option, because they are in a hurry to get the job done, and have no problem wrecking your property to make it happen.
At Rush Plumbing and Rooter, we know that trenchless digging is the better way to replace a sewer, plus we have the technology, experience and equipment to do it for you! Save yourself time and money, and go with the better option.
Being informed in the first step, but what you do with that information is the important part. Since you know what lies ahead, you should begin planning things out, so you aren’t slammed with any surprise costs, or last minute issues. If you don’t have a sewer stoppage, but have had them in the past, or live in an older home, it is wise to plan ahead of time, because those pipes could be a ticking time bomb. For a free consultation, give us a call or fill out our contact form.
If you would like a check-up for your sewer pipes, our “plumbing doctors” can perform an inner piping scan of the entire length of your sewer. This will tell us exactly what condition your sewer is in, and whether you should replace it now or later.
If you have roots in your sewer, you have the options of cutting them out, using a sewer auger machine, but for long term maintenance, it may be a better investment to replace the sewer and avoid this problem entirely. It will cost more initially, but returns will pay off for many years to come.
There are two systems to trenchless digging:
of lawns, trees, sidewalks, landscaping, and any other “obstacles” would have been destroyed through traditional sewer replacement means.
to underground “obstacles”, that would potentially be at risk if there was a backhoe ripping and digging up your yard.
and never deal with a stoppage or root problem again.
by NOT having to repair all the damages done to your property via excavation equipment.
that won’t incur stoppages, root problems, rust or collapse.
You will find it hard to find another plumbing and drain professional within the area better equipped to handle your unexpected plumbing emergency. Disregarding the time of day or night, you will always speak with a live home comfort professional on the phone. And we are committed in our effort to respond to each and every repair required within one hour.
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