Homeowners are primarily responsible for any plumbing trouble that happens in their property. When left on its own, small things such as mold and mildew can cause extensive structural damage and thousands of dollars in repairs. Spotting these plumbing issues early on is key to keeping sewer maintenance costs down.
What Causes Sewer Pipe Failure?
Sewer lines will eventually break down over time. The signs will usually show themselves in the form of a sudden wet sinkhole, wet patches in your yard or when there’s raw sewage coming out of your toilet.
The older the pipe, the more brittle it is and the more potential problems it can cause you. For homes that were built in the 80s, it’s most likely that your pipes are already in need of a good trenchless technology repair.
Even PVC pipes are prone to root intrusion from nearby trees. These roots wedge themselves in the cracks and the joints and grow up to the point where they completely block your sewer flow. It’s only a matter of time before the accumulation of muck, calcified deposits and foreign debris cause a serious clog.
It’s time to sit up and pay attention when your drains are sluggish, when you start smelling raw sewage and when you notice unusual gurgling sounds coming from your pipes.
Why Is A Sewer Pipe So Costly To Repair?
A full replacement of your sewer lines is a very costly endeavor. The whole process takes weeks to complete, and you’ll be spending a few thousand dollars down the line. Contractors will be using noisy machines to tear up your property. Disruption will be at an all-time high.
How about sending up a snake to try and clear the clogs? This can actually do more damage than good. Unclogging drains is a messy and smelly affair. Well, now you can just leave it to the experts to get the job done properly. With trenchless technology, you can employ a no-dig solution that takes less than a day to be completed.
Sewer Camera Inspection and Repair
Using a CCTV camera and a flexible line, our technicians can determine the exact cause of the problem and the exact location of it. There’s no guesswork involved in a high-tech camera inspection, which means the appropriate trenchless solution will work.
CME Sewer Repair utilizes the Heat Cure Liner System, which involves inserting a PVC sleeve coated with a special resin to be installed within the problem pipe. The resin cures in just a few hours, leaving you with a stronger, better pipe within a pipe solution. All repairs are done underground without any digging involved. The new pipe is even better than any old pipe material because it’s seamless and can last for more than 50 years.
Save yourself the headache of a full-blown sewer line problem by calling the experts when you suspect something’s going on with your sewer system. The smallest plumbing concerns can get big if left unchecked. Call CME Sewer Repair and save your property by asking for our trenchless services today!