Pipelining & Trenchless Sewer Repair in Chesterfield, MO

Pipelining/Trenchless Sewer Repair

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Common Signs Your Sewer Line Needs Attention

It’s important to know that, when buying a house, the housing inspection will not include the sewer line. You should consider calling an experienced plumber to inspect the sewer line before buying a house if the home is older than 50 years or has a large tree growing in the front yard. While older trees may add natural curb appeal, their roots can often rupture or corrupt a sewer line. 

If you’ve lived in your home for a number of years, but you’ve noticed any of the following signs, then you’ll want to talk to Chesterfield Service about inspecting your sewer line.

  • Multiple Slow or Clogged Drains: If multiple drains in your home, such as sinks, bathtubs, or toilets, are draining slowly or not draining at all, it could indicate a sewer line clog. One clog is inconvenient, multiple clogs in multiple drains are a cause for concern. 
  • Gurgling Sounds From Drains: When you flush the toilet or run water down the drains, you may hear gurgling sounds coming from other plumbing fixtures. This could indicate a blockage in the sewer line. 
  • Foul Odors: If you notice persistent foul odors coming from your drains or in your yard, it could be a sign of a sewer line issue. Sewage is a very distinct and unavoidable odor. 
  • Water Backups: If your home has a basement or a drain in the floor at the lowest point in your house, and you notice water backing up around it, it could be caused by a sewer problem and property damage. 
  • Soggy or Sunken Areas in the Yard: If you notice areas in your yard that are constantly soggy or sunken, it could indicate a leaking, broken, or corrupt sewer line underground. If you have a line or an area of grass in your yard that is particularly lush than the rest, this could also indicate a leak. 
  • Rodent or Insect Infestations: A broken, damaged, or corrupt sewer line can attract rodents or insects looking for a water source or food. If you notice an increase in pests, it may be related to a sewer line issue. 
  • Foundation Cracks: Sewer lines can be damaged by shifting soil, which can cause foundation cracks. If you notice new cracks in your walls or floors, it’s worth investigating the sewer line.

Pipelining/Trenchless Sewer Repair Services

It used to be that when a sewer line ruptured, the only way to fix it was to excavate and dig a trench around it. However, with the use of new technology, Chesterfield Service can repair your sewer line without destroying your yard. 

Sewer Camera Inspection

When you first suspect that something is wrong with your sewer line, the team at Chesterfield Service can see what’s going on with a sewer camera. Our plumbers use a specialized camera that is attached to a long wire that goes into your sewer line and shows the plumbers the issues on a screen. The camera also will create a video for our plumbers and for you at cost. Following the sewer camera inspection, the plumber will recommend what steps to take next. 

Pipe Bursting

Pipe bursting is like patching your sewer line. Based on the inspection, we can find the main points where there is damage to your sewer line. We’ll then dig small holes in your property as entry and exit points. Once the holes are dug, we’ll burst the old pipe and replace it with new a pipe. We then heat-weld the new pipe above ground to make solid connections between the pipes that should never go bad. 

Although there is some digging involved, pipe bursting is far less intrusive than sewer excavation and pinpoints the damaged areas to make precise repairs. 

Sewer Pipelining 

When there is damage to the sewer line in multiple places, sewer pipelining can be an effective solution. We use a fiberglass lining that runs through the inside of the sewer line and gets pressed and cured against the walls of the existing pipes to create a solid seal. This process is much faster and more accurate than digging a trench to excavate your sewer.  

Advantages of Trenchless Sewer Repair

While some things are best done the old-fashioned way, trenchless sewer repairs are often quicker and just as durable as sewer line replacements. The durability of trenchless sewer repairs is often long-lasting and creates a more structurally sound pipe than the previous one.  Trenchless methods can be used to address various sewer line issues, including clogs, cracks, leaks, and even pipe replacements. They can be employed in different types of pipes, such as clay, cast iron, PVC, and more, making them a versatile solution for a wide range of situations.

Excavation of your sewer line can not only ruin your landscaping and any driveways and sidewalks that are above the sewer line, but it can also be damaging to utility lines and other structures below the surface of your lawn. 

Most sewer lines can last between 50-100 years, making sewer line issues most common in older homes. While trenchless solutions can be just as effective as having your sewer line excavated, talk to the plumbing professionals at Chesterfield Service to see if upgrading your sewer line to a mode modern and durable material is the better choice. Our team can assess your specific situation to find the best solution for your needs. 

Flexible Financing Available

No one plans for sewer line repairs, but a working sewer line is not something you can live without. When you need sewer line repairs, you need them fast, whether you’re financially prepared for them or not. 

Luckily, Chesterfield Service is here to help our customers with flexible financing options. If you qualify, the team at Chesterfield Service can start fixing your sewer line right away. Once all the work is done, you can feel confident that your sewer line issues are behind you and you can continue to be safe in your home while making monthly payments on repairs. 

The team at Chesterfield Service is here to help. Call us today to see if you qualify.

Talk to Chesterfield Service Today For Trenchless Sewer Repair Services in Chesterfield, MO

The old ways of digging up your yard to gain access to the sewer line are over. With modern and durable trenchless sewer line repairs from Chesterfield Service, you’ll enjoy an improved quality of life with minimum disruption. 

If you suspect something is wrong with the sewer line at your Chesterfield, MO area home, call Chesterfield Service right away for a comprehensive sewer line inspection and estimate.