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Trenchless Sewer Repair

Homeowners paying monthly sewer bills might assume that the responsibility for the entire sewer line rests with the municipal authorities. In reality, homeowners are responsible for the segment of the sewer line on their property, extending from their home to the connection point with the public sewer system. Maintaining, repairing, and – if the time comes – replacing the sewer line is the property owner’s sole responsibility. Fortunately, you don’t have to get your hands dirty.

Proline Rooter offers a range of sewer line services, including trenchless sewer repair. Our minimally invasive techniques save your property from extensive excavation and digging. This means you won’t have to restore your whole yard when the plumbers leave.

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Take Immediate Action to Prevent Further Damage

When sewer line problems arise, homeowners must take immediate action to prevent further damage. Typical issues include blockages, leaks, and damage caused by tree roots or shifting soil. If left unaddressed, these problems can lead to sewage backups, unpleasant odors, and costly property damage.

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Depending on the nature and extent of the problem, repairs may involve patching, spot repairs, or in some cases, a complete sewer line replacement. Repairing the sewer line is the homeowner's responsibility, and it is crucial to consult with professional plumbers for these tasks. DIY solutions are often inadequate and can exacerbate the issue.

Introducing Trenchless Sewer Repair

Traditional sewer line repairs typically involve digging large trenches in the yard, which can damage landscaping, driveways, and other property features. Trenchless repair, on the other hand, requires only a few small access points. This approach drastically reduces disruption to your property, saving you time and money in restoring your landscaping.

Trenchless repairs are also quicker and more efficient than traditional methods. With minimal digging, the process is expedited, allowing you to regain the use of your sewer system faster. Traditional repairs can take days or even weeks, whereas trenchless repairs can often be completed within a day.

Despite the advanced technology involved, trenchless sewer repair can be more cost-effective in the long run. The reduced labor, less equipment usage, and shorter project duration result in lower overall expenses. Moreover, the minimal disruption to your property saves you from costly restoration work.

Finally, trenchless technology is also more environmentally friendly. Traditional repairs generate a considerable amount of waste and require the removal of large quantities of soil. Trenchless repairs generate significantly less waste, making it a greener and more sustainable choice.

Maintaining the Sewer Line

No one likes to deal with a faulty or damaged sewer line, but someone’s got to do it. Luckily, regular maintenance ensures the proper functioning of the sewer system and prevents potential issues from arising in the first place.

Be mindful of what you allow down the drain. Do not pour used fats, oils, or greases down the kitchen sink, and only flush toilet paper and human waste. Keep out non-biodegradable items that can overwhelm the sewer line as well as harsh chemicals that can strain or damage the pipes.

Hire a Uniformed Plumber Today

Whether you need a quick sewer line cleaning, a trenchless sewer repair, or a complete sewer line replacement, the trusted plumbers at Proline Rooter are here to help. Call Proline Rooter to speak with a member of our team today.

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