At Absolute Plumbing of Alamo, our goal is to provide the utmost professional trenchless sewer line repair – no matter what the problem is!
For most homeowners, a sewer line leak, clog or back-up is a complete disaster. The idea of raw sewage flooding the yard and surround land of your home can be the stuff of nightmares.
If this situation ever happens to you – the only thing on your mind is getting your sewer line repaired as soon as possible and with as little disruption as possible.
Thankfully, the team at Absolute Plumbing and Drain have been helping the homeowners of Alamo with all of their trenchless sewer line repair needs since 2000.
A trenchless sewer line repair is a big project with a lot of moving parts. At Absolute Plumbing and Drain – we have the years of experience and the specialized training to expertly handle any trenchless sewer line repair needs.
How Do Sewer Line Problems Happen?
The sewer line for your home is essentially the dumping ground for all of the drains in all of the fixtures throughout the system.
When your dishwasher drains, when you let the plug out of the bathtub, when the toilets are flushed – all of that used water and waste go directly into the main sewer line.
There are a variety of ways that a sewer line can become clogged or backed-up:
Non-flushable paper products
Massive wads of hair and soap scum
Grease or animal fat deposits
Inappropriate food items put into the garbage disposal
Overwhelming amounts of toilet paper
Any one of these, or a combination of them all, could cause a blockage in your sewer line. Additionally, your sewer line is buried in the ground and is vulnerable to a variety of outdoor elements that could cause blockages or damage.
One of the most common reasons that homeowners require trenchless sewer line repair is due to tree roots.
It might seem strange that tree roots would have anything to do with a trenchless sewer line repair need. However, tree roots can be very damaging to residential sewer lines.
In fact, tree roots are all but drawn to sewer lines because of the content of the pipe itself. Tree roots are always in search of water and food for the tree.
A residential or commercial sewer line contains both of these vital nutrients and, if a tree’s root system locates them, the system will grow into the sewer line and cause serious blockage or damage.
If you ever find yourself in need of trenchless sewer line repair – don’t hesitate to contact the experts at Absolute Plumbing and Drain of Alamo.
A trenchless sewer line repair requires special equipment and training to effectively minimize the damage to your property and disruption to your life.
At Absolute Plumbing and Drain of Alamo, we have years of training and we own all of the necessary equipment to get your trenchless sewer line repair done right the first time!