CIPP for Sewer Repairs
There are few things worse than finding a problem with your sewer line. Once this line suffers any type of damage, it will only worsen the longer than you leave it untreated. This can result in a raw sewage odor that you smell around your home and seeing raw sewage in your drains. At Emergency Sewer & Drain Repair, we offer cured-in-place pipe lining repair.
Learn more about this repair and some of the signs that it's right for your home before you call us.
What is Cured-in-Place-Pipe Lining Repair?
Cured-in-place pipe lining is a less invasive type of repair that fixes common sewer line problems. This particular process is a great option for those who don't want to have workers spending long hours in their homes as well as those who want to save money. We gain access to the sewer line through a small hole that is a fraction of the size of the trench that other repair methods use. Our team will then place a liner inside the sewer pipe and use a curing method that dries it in place. Once the lining cures, we'll turn on the water again and let you experience a fully functional sewer line again.
Issues We Address and When to Call
There are many problems that we address in regards to sewer lines. One is corrosion, which you may call rust. Rust can form on the metal sewer pipes found in Massachusetts and New Hampshire because of the mineral deposits in the water along with some of the nutrients in your home's waste. We also handle calls about tree roots growing into these pipes. Even the smallest crack in the line is an invitation to those roots. Don't hesitate to call us if your pipes shift or you experience some of the signs of a clog such as standing sewage and changes in your lawn. Those bright green spots you see around the front or side of your yard are a big sign that the sewer line has some leaks.
Benefit from Our Solution
CIPP repairs increase the safety of your family and friends. You don't need to worry about plumbers digging up your sidewalk and front yard or leaving behind huge trenches for several days. Many find that these repairs help them save money when compared to other types of repairs. We recommend CIPP for most repairs that sewer lines need.
Count on Our Team for Minimally Invasive Solutions
Why spend a lot of time calling plumbers around Lowell, MA, and Rockingham County, NH for the sewer repairs that you need?
It takes one call to our office to reach a team that can handle any type of repair.