The expense and inconvenience of repairing sewer or water pipes located underground cannot be underestimated. Not only does the process usually entail tearing up your lawn, it also usually means lengthy repair times and costly services. That’s why Master Bore offers trenchless sewer repair in Seattle.
Sewer/water line repair is necessary, as you eventually may experience problems due to broken, cracked, or corroded pipes. Some homes may need the pipes replaced entirely! If you’re facing these problems, contact Master Bore, LLC in Seattle immediately. We have superior sewer line repair solutions, and we can restore your property’s plumbing in no time.
Essentially, trenchless sewer line repair means we won’t have to dig up your lawn. We can restore your sewer pipes and water lines efficiently and effectively without tearing up your property. A variety of advanced techniques are at our disposal to ensure that your yard stays intact while we repair your pipes. Our expert plumbers can effectively address your sewer line problems.
While there are some obvious reasons that you need to call a professional, like a complete sewer line backup, there are other noticeable symptoms that could indicate you’re in need of sewer line repair.
Believe it or not, your lawn can help you recognize problems with your sewer line. If areas of your lawn are especially lush and green — especially if the surrounding areas are dying — you could have a problem with your sewer line. While this may seem like an excellent fertilizer, you’re better off pursuing a proper irrigation tactic.
If an area gets especially saturated, it will turn soggy and even start to smell funny. This opens you up to a whole host of problems with rodents or insects that may find their way indoors as well.
If your sewer line is in good health, you should never have any odors coming from it. However, when there are cracks or openings in your sewer line, it’s common for you to start smelling sewer gas.
If you are experiencing this tell-tale sign of sewer line problems, it’s time to start investigating further.
While a slow drain in one particular system may not be a sign of a major sewer line problem — though it still may be worth a call to your local plumber — experiencing slow drain in multiple fixtures throughout your home or business could be a symptom of cracks or tree root intrusion.
If you’re experiencing this sort of slow drain or multi-system back up, give Master Bore a call. We’ll use advanced imaging technology to determine the cause of your issue and work with you to come up with a repair plan.
Nothing lasts forever and your sewer line is no exception. With age and usage, your system will start to deteriorate, especially if it’s made up of cast iron pipes.
It can be difficult to determine the exact age of your pipes, especially if you aren’t the original owner. However, if your home is over 50 years old, it may be worth getting a sewer line inspection done to be on the safe side — especially if no repair work has ever been done before.
At Master Bore, we fully admit we have a bias toward trenchless sewer repair. However, we only have those biases because we know the immense amount of benefit it provides for our customers.
Here are some of the most important benefits that trenchless sewer repair provides over traditional methods:
One of the most time-consuming parts of traditional sewer line repair has to do with the amount of digging needed to reach the affected area(s) of pipe. In contrast, trenchless sewer repair requires a minimal amount of digging. When you choose trenchless sewer repair, you only have to dig one or maybe two small holes.
At Master Bore, our jobs can usually be done in one day and with a smaller labor force. Traditional sewer repair methods can take several days — or even weeks — to accomplish the same job. This means less time dealing with disruptive contractors outside your home.
Because trenchless sewer repair deals less damage to the surrounding environment, it causes less ecological damage than traditional sewer repair. After all, digging up two small holes means you disturb less plant life than digging up multiple trenches.
More than that, less digging means you have less opportunity to dig up dangerous toxins and bring them to the surface. This is especially true in city environments where contaminants are especially abundant.
This is one of the key areas where real savings comes into play. When you opt for traditional sewer repair methods, there may be an extensive amount of excavation work that needs to be done, especially if your pipe is older and has problems in multiple areas.
With trenchless sewer repair, you don’t have to dig up large amounts of the surrounding landscape in order to get to the area(s) that need repair, saving you hundreds or even thousands of dollars depending upon the extent of the job. Not to mention the amount of time it takes to restore your lawn to its original state.
One misconception about trenchless sewer line repair is that you get a lower-quality of repair work in comparison to traditional methods. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Because trenchless sewer repair utilizes the latest technology it can bring new life to your faulty system in a safe and efficient manner. These types of repairs can last for decades to come. Often times even longer than your initial installation.
How do you know if trenchless sewer line repair is right for you? Trenchless sewer line repair can solve a variety of difficult problems surrounding sewer and water line repairs.