The sewer line is important because this is the pathway where wastewater exits the building towards the sewerage/water treatment system. For different reasons, your line can get damaged, causing reduced function or even the failure of your entire sewage system. If you suspect that your sewage line may need repairs or replacement, you should call us here at Diamondback Plumbing in Sedona. As specialists in the repair and installation of residential sewer lines, we have what it takes to get your lines back in action at the soonest possible time.
Diamondback Plumbing is a licensed plumber in Sedona that has been serving the valley for over 20 years with a well known reputation for great service and competitive pricing. All our work is always completed per UPC/IRC code.
Reasons You May Need Sewer Line Repair and Replacement
Sewer lines need to be repaired or replaced for a wide variety of reasons. They can get clogged or get punctured, causing compromised functionality. Signs that your sewer line might be damaged include: slow drainage, weakened water pressure, leaks, foul smell stemming from wastewater leak-out, and an increased number of insects and pests.
Some of the most common reasons why sewer lines get damaged:
- Deterioration of pipes – With age, pipes used for sewer lines can deteriorate. It doesn’t matter what type of material is used for the pipes; they will erode in time. Eventually, the damage can get significant enough that the pipes will break down, creating punctures and/or obstructions.
- Puncture caused by tree roots – Roots are a common cause of pipe puncture. As plants grow, their roots grow further downward, inadvertently hitting pipe placements located underground. The roots can either puncture or displace the pipes, causing disruption of the line. This is not just observed in sewer lines, as fresh water lines can get damaged by roots too.
- Misaligned pipe connections – Misalignment in parts of the sewer line can also cause damage. These portions can either be a source of leaks or they can become sites where line fractures are created. Misalignment can be caused by natural phenomena such as earthquakes or by substandard line construction.
- Improper drainage use – Arguably the most common cause of sewer line damage is the improper use of drains. Wrong disposal of wastes and garbage is the most common cause of clogged sewage lines that necessitate repair or replacement. These wastes can originate from any sink, toilet, or drain within the building.
Sewer Line Cleaning
Cleaning is one of the most basic ways of repairing a damaged sewer line. If your line needs to be cleaned, our experts at Diamondback Plumbing have the tools and training necessary to properly clean your homes sewer lines. While some view basic sewer line cleaning as a DIY task, there are times when going for professional help is the best way to handle the problem. We will inspect your line for the possible cause of the issue and determine if it can be fixed by cleaning alone or if more advanced work might be necessary.
A traditional sewer line repair is done using a technique called trenching. While these methods would necessitate the digging of holes (trenching), which causes direct damage to portions your property, there are some situations where this is the only way to fix a damaged sewer line. If you are in need of traditional sewer line repair, you can call us here at Diamondback Plumbing in Sedona. We perform traditional sewer line repair in the quickest way possible, fixing the problem while minimizing damage to your property.
Trenchless Sewer Line Repair
Trenchless sewer repair is an option for those who want to get their sewer line fixed without resorting to trenching. When done by professionals, this method is an efficient way to fix damaged sewer lines without damaging your property. Techniques such as pipe lining are classified under trenchless repairs. If you want to know more about trenchless sewer repairs and if it can be used in your property, our experts at Diamondback Plumbing Sedona can help you out.
Pipe relining is a process wherein a piping system (ex.: a sewer line) is fixed without the need to install new pipes. Dimaondback Plumbing Sedona has been doing pipe relining jobs all across Phoenix, with great results. Our complete process include thorough evaluation of your sewer line, detection of issues within the line, clearing of blockages, and the relining of the pipes itself. We make sure that your sewer line gets effectively fixed for best results.
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