Command Plumbing does more than just clean your drains. We offer several sewer services such as main sewer line repair, main sewer line replacement and main sewer line cleaning to correct a number of problems, including:
Broken, cracked, offset or collapsed pipe: Pipes have been damaged due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
Blockage: Grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning of the line.
Corrosion: The pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing collapses in the line and restricting flow.
Bellied pipe: A section of the pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
Leaking joints: The seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
Root in sewer line: Tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer line and/or have damaged the line, preventing normal cleaning.
Off-grade pipe: Existing pipes are constructed of substandard material that may have deteriorated or corroded.
Command Plumbing technicians are fully trained in the use of state-of-the-art equipment and technologies to solve all of your plumbing and drain problems, including sewer repair and sewer line replacement.
Traditional Sewer Line Repair Method
Sewer line repair is typically performed using the “open cut” or “trench” method to gain access to the area surrounding the damaged portion of the pipe. A backhoe may be used to open and refill the work area.
Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Methods
Thanks to Command Plumbing, sewer line replacement doesn’t mean destroyed yards, ruined driveways or devastated parking lots. Command Plumbing’s trenchless sewer line repair causes less damage than traditional repair methods. Trenchless repair is our next step in quality sewer maintenance with less environmental impact.
Pipe Relining Sewer Repair Process
Relining is the process of repairing damaged sewer pipes by creating a “pipe within a pipe” to restore function and flow. Epoxy relining materials mold to the inside of the existing pipe to create a smooth new inner wall, similar to the lining found in food cans.
Many times, pipe relining can be performed through a building’s clean-out access and often requires little digging. Pipe relining may be used to repair root-damaged pipes; seal cracks and holes; and fill in missing pipe and seal joint connections underground, in roof drain pipes, in storm lines and under concrete. The relined pipe is seamless and durable, and all materials used in the relining process are non-hazardous.