Sewer Experts in Pierce County, Thurston County, & Surrounding Areas
Your sewer line is one of the biggest and most important drains on your property. Without this critical line, there would be no way to get rid of harmful waste and contaminated water.
Usually, your main sewer line collects everything from all the other drains on your property, and then safely channels this to the city municipal line. However, if your sewer is suffering from old age or constant wear, you will definitely need a plumber to fix the problem.
When your sewer is misbehaving, get in touch with Rocket Rooter for:
Once upon a time, plumbers were forced to guess where an obstacle or blockage was hiding within your sewer line. With the advances of technology, however, we now can use video to identify the precise location of your sewer’s issue. Our cameras are all state of the art and have been shown to be the most reliable method of spotting what is causing your sewer line to act up, which also helps us determine the best way to deal with the problem.
Typical causes for malfunctioning or clogged sewer lines include:
- Intrusion from tangled tree roots
- Amassed toilet paper or paper towels
- Deterioration of old, corroded lines
- Seals and section joints that have become disconnected throughout the line
- Blockages from foreign objects such as pacifiers, toys, keys, hair pins, and rings
When to Choose Between Repairing or Replacing Your Sewer Line
At Rocket Rooter, our technicians make it their primary goal to find the most painless, affordable method of caring for your sewer line. This is why we tend to offer our repair services first, if your lines are able to be saved. For example, there may be just a small section that is leaking or broken, which can be rapidly fixed without having to even touch the rest of the line.
However, if it turns out that your sewer line is extremely corroded throughout several spots, then repairs will only be a temporary fix, like putting multiple little bandages on an open wound. Within a matter of months, the “bandages” will not be able to withstand the overall damage suffered by your sewer. In this situation, we can offer excellent replacement services with a brand-new pipe.
What Are the Benefits of Going Trenchless?
Traditionally, repairs to your sewer line were made by using the “trench” technique. A backhoe would be required to extensively dig and then refill the area where the pipe needed to be fixed. While these methods are effective, they can often disrupt your lawn and landscaping. This is why many residents often request our innovative trenchless techniques instead, which will not involve such damaging digging. To learn more about how our skilled plumbing specialists at Rocket Rooter can help you, get in touch with us now.
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