Whitehall Residential Sewer Repair Plumber

Whitehall Sewer Repair

If your sewer is backed up or your house is flooded with wastewater, it’s time to contact us for help. We always look at every sewer issue to be an urgent situation, and in so doing, we believe you’re in need of instant help. We employ a bunch of plumbing technicians who come equipped with suitable skills and experience to stop or prevent flooding due to sewer backups. Contact us so that we can provide you the emergency service you require.

Wide Range of Sewer Services in Whitehall Pennsylvania

Whitehall sewer repairs

Sewer repair is a task only pros can handle and the kinds of services that fall under it are testament that it’s no diy work.

  • Sewer Clean-up Power Rodding – An electronically powered machine applies sharp rapidly turning blades cutting through the root network or blockage. The purpose of this method is to clear the drain path of any debris so that the interior of the pipe can then be inspected without obstacle.
  • Sewer Line Hydro Jetting – If after inspection we detect a buildup of oil, sediment, grease or other highly slimy substances, hydro jetting is our solution of choice. This technologically advanced system uses high-powered water pressure gear to get rid of the blockage and bring back the line to a like-new state but at a fraction of the price of replacing the line itself.
  • Sewer Pipe Relining – We think of this as a precautionary and total solution to future leaks and obstructions, and also water damage, eroding, and mold growth so as to ensure water flow won’t be impeded again. It also functions as a barrier to heavy metals leaking through drinking water lines from traditional piping.
  • Epoxy Sewer Pipe Lining – The most impressive thing about epoxy lining is that it will easily mold into the form of your current sewer pipe, thereby developing a new pipe that’s within an existing pipe.

18052: Signs of Sewer Problems

So, how do you figure out if there really is a sewer problem in your house? The most common indicators that you must be wary of are overflowing toilets, bad smell coming out of the floor drains, clogged toilets, backed up toilets, sinks, and bathtubs, and basement flooding.

Whitehall PA Trenchless Sewer Repair

We are among the first service providers in the city to use trenchless sewer repair and unlike other companies around, we can prove that we’ve successfully made it happen hundreds of times. The procedure is not the same as regular sewer repairs, so don’t think for a second that every plumbing company you come up to knows how to do it right. We do trenchless sewer repair in two different methods, namely pipe stent and sewer lining. Pipe stent is best used for repairing short parts of the sewer as well as spot repairs like cracks, breaks, and root intrusions in certain areas. Meanwhile sewer lining is for repairing long sections of sewer and is best for repairing long sections of pipes.

Frequently Ask Questions

Why should I have a sewer/drain pipeline checked?

The most obvious reason is to prevent a possible sewer problem. What we find is that most homes need upkeep and with out understanding exactly what type and how frequently, the drain and drain lines become overlooked. We can not just pinpoint a potential issue, we can likewise advise a maintenance strategy and arm you with knowledge to be Pro-Active about your sewage system and drain lines.

Exactly what is the distinction between a primary drain line and a secondary line?

The main line is bigger, typically 3? -4? in diameter and carries the waste and water from all the drain lines and branch lines to the city sewage system or sewage-disposal tank inlet. A secondary or branch line is smaller sized in size and usually brings water from components such as the cooking area drain or laundry drain to the primary line.

What is the best way to keep my lines clean and clear?

The service technician can advise different types of cleansing methods and advise the line be cleaned up in the way most effective. We also offer foaming line cleaning and high pressure line upkeep.