Trenchless Sewer Repair
Rush Plumbing of Seattle Specializes in Trenchless Sewer Repair, Plumbing, Cleaning and Installation.
Trenchless sewer repair, sewer line drain cleaning and sewer line installation are some of the larger projects we take on at Rush Plumbing Company.
We have the professional plumbing experience to know the requirements as to the types of piping allowed and the kind of permits you need to perform sewer line repair.
Rush Plumbing uses the newest sewer pipeline video inspection tools. This non-destructive method of assessing root and other damage allows us to find the
exact location of the problem and fix sewer lines efficiently and with minimal digging. So don't call just anyone, call the local Seattle area plumbing
professionals at Rush Plumbing. We understand local sewer line repair better than anyone.
Have a sewer problem? Call (206) 659-2241 to speak to one of our friendly staff members.
The Benefits – Why Is Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Better?
How Do I Know if I Need my Sewer Line Repaired?
- Prevents future root intrusion and stops leaks
- Increases flow capacity of sewer lines
- No digging or destruction to your property
- Offers the same strength as new pipes
- Cost effective alternative to total replacement
Trenchless Sewer Repair is needed when your sewer is backed up or starts leaking. This is probably one of the most unpleasant plumbing
situations you can encounter, and since this is a much more complicated problem to solve than something like faucet repairs, you really need qualified
technicians who know what they are doing. This is because, depending on the condition of your sewer pipe, a section of sewer may have to be replaced.
To determine if you need to replace a section of sewer pipe, or the entire sewer line, video inspection is the best method to assess the condition of your sewer line.
Video Sewer Inspection
Sewer repair that is performed correctly requires a video inspection of the pipes. This is when a camera is inserted into the interior of the sewer pipe line and
sends back live video of the condition and the blockage in your sewer line. Our video inspection equipment is also equipped with locators to determine the
location and depth of the sewer line damage from above ground. This allows for easy spot repairs when possible. Video inspections can also tell if you have tree
root intrusion, separated pipes, offset pipe joints, or a broken sewer pipe. The pipe must be draining to be able to see within it, so that may be part of
the sewer repair we will have to perform.
Common Sewer Problems
Sewer repair is necessary to remedy certain common problems in older sewer lines. Generally speaking, unless there is some kind of accident, sewer line
damage happens over time. One of the main causes of sewer line damage is tree roots growing through cracked pipes. One small crack in an old sewer line will
make it the target for a root system to take hold and block or destroy the pipe. You can use sewer line cleaning to remove roots, but this is only a
temporary solution if you have older pipes. If you do have older pipes, sewer line cleaning may actually destroy them. In this case, you will be looking at
new sewer installation with other materials like plastic pipes.
Sewer repair might not work for some old pipes, so new sewer installation is the next step. We offer complete sewer line solutions with new pipes to resolve the
problem. As always, we promise fast and dependable service, minimal disruption of your residence or commercial business, and flat rate, honest pricing.
At Rush Plumbing, Inc. there is no need to call anyone else because we can do it all. This includes pipe material recommendations and delivery, root removal,
video inspections, spot sewer repair, sewer line cleaning, as well as complete sewer installation. We also fix under slab water leaks.