Our Sewer Line Repair Services
Keep an eye on what’s going on with your plumbing system so that you can hire a professional to take care of the job when trouble arises. While you can count on our excellent team to take care of the repairs, it’s up to you to spot it in the first place. If you notice a smell in your yard or wet spots despite the lack of rain, then you may want to have us investigate further.
Signs Your Sewer Line Needs Repaired:
There are many signs that your sewer line may be in need of repair, including:
- Foul Odors
- Your Yard is Soggy
- Slow Drains
- Gurgling or Clanking Noises From Your Pipes
- Rising Water Bill
- Pest Problem
- Inconsistent Water Level in Your Toilet Bowl
Our Sewer Line Replacement Services
If your drains have all stopped working at the same time, then it may be time to consider sewer line replacement. The line between repair and replacement is not always clear–cut, but fortunately today’s trenchless technology allows us to quickly replace an entire sewer line in a fraction of the time that major excavation of your lawn used to take.
Reasons For Sewer Line Replacement:
- Irreparable Damage
- Old Age
- Persistent Clogs
- Water Fixture Malfunctions
- Strange Noises
- Tree Roots
- Corroded Pipes
Video Pipeline Inspection Services
One of the crucial components of your plumbing is the sewer line that runs from your house, underneath your property, and out to the street where it joins the municipal sewer system. The utility company is responsible for the sewer main, but you must take care of repairs and other services for the sewer line where it lies under your property. Repair work for damaged sewer lines is an extensive job that requires highly trained professionals with the best equipment.
Pipeline inspections are a key part of taking care of the sewer line, as well as the other drains in your home. In Central Arizona, you can call on the certified plumbers at Cool Touch to handle examining your pipelines with special video inspection equipment. We will determine if your pipeline has troubles such as leaks, breaks, or root infiltration, and then determine the most efficient and effective way to solve the problem.
When You Should Get Your Pipeline Inspected
Drain pipes for the sewer line are constructed for durability, but they can still suffer from damage and require repairs or replacements. This is especially true for older pipes constructed from iron or galvanized steel, which are prone to corrosion over time. If you live in a house built pre–1970, you should have the pipeline checked to see if is corroded.
Other common issues that can afflict pipes are tree and plant roots growing into them and damage from ground–shifts due to natural disasters or construction. Should you experience drainage problems in your house or notice damp, sewage–smelling spots on the lawn, you should schedule inspection from professionals right away.
You cannot handle this task on your own, and you certainly cannot take care of pipeline cleaning on your own either. You need to contact a professional plumbing service that uses high–end plumber snakes and drain snakes and has the skill to use them. Look for a plumber who can handle complete drain inspections and cleaning.
How It Works
The basic tool of any pipe inspections is the snake camera. This device consists of a miniaturized camera and powerful LED light mounted on a fiber optic cable. The cable is long enough to allow the camera to run the length of a pipeline from your house all the way to the municipal system in the street. The camera sends back images to a monitor, and the plumber uses this data to determine what is wrong with the pipe and the locations where it is affected.
For example, if root intrusions from trees growing nearby are causing blockages in the pipeline, the plumber can figure out where it is occurring and how bad the problem has grown. This allows the plumber to plan out the best way to eliminate the roots without causing larger disruption to your property.
Contact Cool Touch Today For All Your Sewer Line Repair & Replacement Needs in the Prescott Valley and Phoenix Metropolitan Areas
Your sewer line has a singular purpose: to transport wastewater from your home to the septic tank or municipal waste management system. It is built to last when properly installed, but like the rest of your plumbing system, it is subject to wear and tear. When something goes wrong with it—be it a leak or total collapse—the results range from minor inconvenience to the complete shutdown of your plumbing system. So make sure that your sewer line services are completed by a professional. Cool Touch is here to help with all your sewer line repair and replacement needs!