The biggest drain on your property is your sewer line. All your drainpipes empty into the main sewer lines and when it is running correctly, it will flow to the city’s sewer line. Still, as in many things in life, problems transpire and need attention.
Normal causes of problems in sewer lines are tree root intrusion, blockages (such as foreign objects, toilet paper, grease, and other debris), deterioration, and broken seals or joints between sections of sewer line.
CCTV Sewer Line Inspection
Rocket Rooter’s state-of-the-art CCTV sewer line camera inspection system will tell us exactly where the obstruction is, and tell us whether the sewer line is partially or completely obstructed. This allows us to precisely determine the amount of work that will be required to repair your sewer line, saving you money!
Sewer Line Repair and Replacement
Sewer line repair is typically performed using the “open cut” or “trench” method to gain access to the area surrounding the damaged portion of the pipe. A backhoe may be used to open and refill the work area. If there is an easier or cheaper way to solve your sewer or drain blockage or leak, we will definitely let you know!
Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement
Rocket Rooter’s trenchless sewer line repair causes less damage than traditional repair methods. It may not be possible to use trenchless techniques on every job, but if we can save you money and hassle with trenchless sewer line repair or replacement, we will!
Repairing Burst Pipes
After we’ve located a problem in a specific area of your pipes, we are sometimes able to replace only a small section – saving you time and money. We make small access holes where the damaged pipe starts and ends. Using your broken sewer line as a guide, we install full-sized replacement pipe through the old path and break up the damaged pipe simultaneously.
Pipe Relining Sewer Repair
Relining is the process of repairing damaged sewer pipes by creating a “pipe within a pipe” to restore function and flow. Epoxy relining materials mold to the inside of the existing pipe to create a smooth new inner wall.
Pipe relining may be used to repair root-damaged pipes; seal cracks and holes; and fill in missing pipe and seal joint connections underground, in roof drain pipes, in storm lines and under concrete. The relined pipe is seamless and durable, and all materials used in the relining process are non-hazardous.
Pipe relining can be performed through a building’s clean-out access and often requires little digging.