Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Seattle
Trenchless Plumbing & Sewer Line Repair
Seattle Locals. Family-Owned. Trusted for 30 Years.
Sewer lines generally deteriorate and sustain damage over time. A major cause of damage to these older sewer lines is from roots. One tiny crack in the sewer line can give a nearby root system enough of an opening to take hold and eventually block or destroy your pipes. You can clean your sewer pipes to remove roots but is usually a temporary solution, especially for older systems where it can actually destroy them.
Rush Plumbing Seattle trenchless sewer line repair specialists will work to evaluate your sewer line and create end-to-end solutions that fit your buildings situation and needs. Some common solutions we implement are Pipe Bursting, Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining, and Trenchless Pipe Lining
Whether you need a commercial or residential trenchless sewer line repair, we are standing by with tried-and-true processes, tools, and technology to get the job done right the first time. From the moment you book your appointment, our experienced team of water, sewer, and commercial plumbing specialists work bell-to-bell to fix your plumbing issues and make you feel like you’re our only customer.
What are the benefits of trenchless plumbing?
- Cost-effective alternative to total sewer line replacement
- Same strength as new sewer pipes
- Helps to prevent future root intrusion and stop leaks
- Increases flow capacity of sewer lines
Rush Plumbing Company can fix all types of plumbing problems and take care of all your residential plumbing or commercial plumbing needs. So whether your problem is a leaky faucet, a broken water heater or you’re looking to upgrade your property with plumbing upgrades. Rush Plumbing of Seattle has your needs covered. We proudly serve Tukwila as our home base but also serve the greater Seattle areas including West Seattle, Burien, Tukwila, Bellevue, Issaquah, Mercer Island, New Castle, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Renton, Des Moines and Federal Way.
Video Inspection Process
A trenchless sewer line repair starts with a video inspection. This non-destructive inspection method allows us to identify the exact location of the problem and fix it efficiently, with minimal digging. Video inspection can tell if you have root intrusion, separated pipes, offset pipe joints, or a broken pipe, among other things. To do this, we insert a small video camera into the sewer pipe, which sends live video of the pipe’s condition or the blockage back to us. Our video inspection equipment also has locators that give us the location and depth of the sewer line damage. This often allows for spot repairs rather than larger, more intrusive efforts.
Our Installation Process
With trenchless sewer line repair, the old or damaged sewer line pipes are lined with an epoxy that is as strong as new pipes, helps to prevent root intrusion and leaks, and increases the flow capacity of your sewer lines. It’s a much more cost-effective alternative to replacing old sewer pipes with new.
How Do I Know I Need Sewer Line Repair?
If your sewer is backed up or leaking, it must be repaired. Depending on the condition of your sewer pipe, only a section of the sewer may need to be replaced. To determine if you need to replace a section of sewer pipe or the entire sewer pipe, we run a video inspection to assess the condition of your sewer.
On top of the expense, this is probably one of the most unpleasant plumbing challenges you will ever encounter. Because it is an extremely complicated repair job compared to something like a faucet or pipe repair, you need qualified sewer line technicians who know what they are doing.