Sewer Inspections & Sewer Repairs
A backed-up or broken sewer system can do a lot of damage to your home, and faster than you probably realize.
If your sewer is giving off bad smells, backing up, clogging more regularly, or acting up in any way, now is the perfect time to schedule a sewer inspection. Our long-distance sewer cameras can spot any crack or clog, anywhere in your system, no matter how deep it’s buried. Our video sewer inspections are fast, affordable, and convenient: we’ll even provide you with video footage of the issue.
While most sewer issues are fairly obvious, a failing sewer line can also cause some weird side effects for your lawn and landscaping. If you experience any wet patches, sink holes, or areas of your lawn that are looking unusually lush, these are all potential signs of trouble with your sewer lateral.
Once we’ve identified your issue, we’ll begin the sewer line repair or replacement process.
The first step is to work with you to develop the best plan of attack. Our team is equipped for trenching, trenchless spot repairs, trenchless relining, high pressure jetting, and more, so we’ll always be able to use the best repair method for each job.
Our preferred option for sewer repair is trenchless sewer repair, because of how little mess it creates. By accessing your sewer lateral through a small opening on one end, our team can repair your sewers from the inside, without tearing up your lawn. Between faster repair time, faster clean-up, less mess, and all the effectiveness of a typical trenched sewer repair, trenchless sewer repair offers a lot of advantages.
However, trenchless sewer repair isn’t ideal for every situation. A severely backed up sewer line could also be due to a bad clog, which can be cleared out with sewer jetting equipment for a fraction of the price. Isolated problems with your sewer line can be fixed with spot repairs, if the integrity of the rest of the line is still in good condition. Shorter main lines can also make trenchless repair difficult, and reduce the benefits of trenchless ewer repair. That’s why it’s best to start with a sewer inspection, and consult with the experts to better understand your sewer repair options.