As a homeowner, you are responsible for the portion of your sewer line that leads from your house to the main sewer lateral under the street. So, any time you have a blockage, clog, tree root infiltration, or other problem with your sewer line, it’s up to you to find a plumber who can repair the line.
Replacing an underground sewer line used to mean destroying your entire front yard. But with trenchless sewer repair, we can spare your lawn from disaster.
Our trenchless solution means that your drains will be repaired quickly, without destructive open trench digging in your yard, patio, driveway, or garden.
Our service technicians have years of experience with trenchless sewer line repairs and plumbing rooter service. We are the trenchless repair experts, and we can solve your sewer problem—guaranteed!
To get your FREE estimate and schedule same day service in Maryland, Northern Virginia, the Philadelphia area, and Washington, D.C., call (800) 950-4619(800) 950-4619 or contact Len The Plumber online now.
How Trenchless Sewer Repairs Work
Our trenchless pipe bursting method begins by creating small access points to the damaged pipes. A cable is inserted and pulled through, following the path of the existing line, while simultaneously pulling the replacement line into position. The new polyethylene pipe is rated to last for 50 years.
Trenchless Sewer Repair FAQs
Our trenchless pipe bursting method begins by creating small access points in the damaged pipes. A cable is inserted and pulled through, following the path of the existing line. Simultaneously, the cable pulls the replacement line into position. The new polyethylene pipe is rated to last for 50 years.
Trenchless Sewer Repair FAQs
What are trenchless sewer repair pros and cons?
In contrast, traditional sewer line repair can mean you have to repave walkways and driveways in addition to redoing your landscaping and paying for the actual plumbing work.
How effective is trenchless sewer repair?
Please be aware, however, that trenchless sewer repair is not possible in all situations. If your sewer line is sagging or completely collapsed, we won’t be able to fit the cable through the pipe to perform pipe bursting. In these cases, a conventional dig will be required.
What are the signs of a broken sewer pipe?
A clogged or cracked sewer pipe will often be signaled by:
- Frequent drain backups (all drains—not just one fixture)
- Strange reactions when using your plumbing fixtures, like a flushed toilet causes a tub or shower backup
- Puddles of sewage in your yard (you’ll notice the smell)
Clogs or backups in your sewer line will begin to cause water backups in the lowest point in your home (e.g., in the basement, if you have one), and running the water will make it worse.
If you’re only dealing with a clog in one drain (sink, toilet, shower), it’s likely an isolated problem rather than a sewer pipe issue.
Learn more about the causes and signs of sewer problems here »
Why Choose Len The Plumber for Sewer Line Repair Services?
Call us if you need sewer and drain rooter service—we’ll match the right technician to your job and make sure your sewer line is fixed correctly the first time! When you choose Len The Plumber, you can expect:
- Free video camera inspections to ensure we identify the cause of your sewer line problems
- Free estimates on sewer line replacements
- Knowledgeable, experienced, and fully licensed plumbers handling your sewer repair or replacement
- Same day service—if you approve the work, we’ll get it done the same day!
- Competitive financing to make the cost easier on you
If you are experiencing any of the problems mentioned on this page or it’s been determined that your main water line needs replacement, we’ll send a certified technician who specializes in water supply lines to help you decide on the best course of action.
Get a free estimate and schedule trenchless sewer repair service in Maryland, Northern Virginia, the Philadelphia area, and Washington, D.C. now by calling (800) 950-4619(800) 950-4619 or contacting Len The Plumber online now!
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