Fountain Valley Sewer Repair & Installation Technicians
Proven Work on Standard & Trenchless Sewers In Orange County
Sewer pipes are highly susceptible to clogging, cracking and other types of damage caused by water-seeking roots working their way into the joints. Once roots take up residence inside of clay, cast iron, and other commonly used types of sewer pipes, they can eventually weaken and destroy the existing sewer lines, causing sewage to back up into the home.
Many homeowners make the mistake of snaking pipes to eliminate the problem. This not only causes more cracks to develop, but it can actually increase the rate of root growth. Over time, this practice typically results in even more advanced root growth and damage to the sewer system.
Raw sewage isn't just a smelly mess to clean up, it can also lead to big health problems if it isn't taken care of properly. Studies conducted by the EPA on raw sewage have found that it can carry the germs for everything from Hepatitis and Salmonella to gastrointestinal problems and other serious infections.
If your sewer line becomes damaged, you could end up with a sewage backup problem that causes potentially dangerous germs to overflow into your tub, showers, and sinks. For homeowners, and especially those with young children, it is a disgusting and dangerous mess to have to clean up.
Why You Shouldn't "Dig and Replace" Your Pipes
In the past, a popular temporary fix for broken sewer lines and backups was to dig up the old pipes and replace them with new ones, however, this is only a short-term fix that will end up costing you more in the end. Once you've dug up your driveway, yard, and the street, you'll only up with a big repair bill and brand new pipes that are ready for new roots to start moving in.
Try Trenchless Sewer Repair Instead
Instead of trying to patch up your sewer line with areas of new pipes that will only become blocked over time, you need a solution that won't let you down. Trenchless sewer repair is the only way to completely clear the roots from your system and prevent them from returning.
In this process, we clear out all existing roots from the pipe, returning it to its original, clean state. Next, we install an epoxy resin filled PVC-coated tube, by inverting the tube with the clean side out to the sewer's main line using pressurized air. Once the epoxy fully cures and hardens, a smooth, jointless inner pipe wall is created within the original pipe.
Installing a trenchless sewer includes the following benefits:
- Root-proof sewer line with no joints for roots to get in
- No expensive street openings to pay for
- No temporary patching required
- Easier and faster repairs
- Environmentally friendly
Save Your Yard with Trenchless Pipe Repair
There's nothing worse than having to dig a sewer trench through a prized garden or driveway. Not only are these types of sewer repairs expensive, but they can also cause a great deal of hassle and disruption to homeowners and neighbors. Trenchless sewer linings save you time and money, by providing an easier and more economical alternative to replacing your pipes.
Our innovative trenchless sewer lining process won't just save you money, it also offers peace of mind that you'll be free of root backups for good.