Sewer Line Repair

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SEWER LINE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT

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American Rooter Services has specialized equipment that makes it possible to follow the lines of your existing pipes, which in turn enables us to achieve the correct grade. We then use an expander to core your lines, which opens and breaks up the existing bad pipe while expanding the size of the hole.

Our next step is to install new 4” high ABS pipe, section by section, so that we are confident we have a perfect fit and that the pipe is laid at the proper grade. ABS pipe is designed to be a permanent sewer line replacement solution that you can expect to last for many, many decades. American Rooter Services believes in both the pipe and our workmanship, so we are pleased to offer you a 10 year or lifetime warranty for as long as you own the property.

We offer a full range of sewer services, including main sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, and sewer line cleaning. It is critical to get the proper help to repair or replace the sewer lines as soon as possible to avoid damage. Our plumbing professionals are trained to address the following sewer plumbing problems:

Causes of Sewer Line Damage

From clogged pipes to normal wear and tear, here are a few causes of sewer line damage.

Three Roots

One of the most common causes of sewer line damage is tree roots. A tree’s roots follow sources of water as they grow. Since sewer lines carry liquid waste, roots are naturally attracted to the source.

Corroded Pipes

Although pipes made of steel and cast iron are galvanized to prevent rusting, these pipes are at a high risk of corroding due to calcium and magnesium build-up from regular wear and tear. If corrosion is left untreated, it can leave the pipe susceptible to leaks and cracks.

Clogged Pipes Due to Debris and Foreign Objects

Your home’s sewage lines are only equipped to handle human waste and toilet paper. Avoid flushing trash like wrappers and paper towels, as they’re unable to properly disintegrate and can cause blockages that drain cleaning agents can’t fix.

Signs of Sewer Line Damage

To prevent further damage, it’s important to know the signs of a damaged sewer system so that you can take immediate action and contact an experienced service technician.

Draining Difficulties

While some blockages are caused by a pipe leading directly from a faucet or shower, you can detect a blockage in the main sewage line if multiple draining areas in the home are clogging. Toilets can warn of severe blockages if strange gurgling sounds occur when air gets pushed back up the line.

Water Damage in the Home

Water damage can occur if a drain line leaks or breaks in the home. One of the first signs is mold spreading on the floors or walls. This could point to a broken sewer line within the home, in which case you should call a plumbing service immediately.