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Whether its a root intrusion, broken pipe, or misaligned joint we can find and fix your sewer problem.

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Sewer Repair Services

 

If you have a damaged or an aging sewer system on your hands, look no further than All N' One Plumbing. Our trenchless sewer pipe lining uses cutting-edge technology to repair and renew your existing pipe with a long-lasting, minimally invasive procedure that will take the pain out of sewer pipeline repairs.

Sewer pipe lining is suitable for pipes that are cracked, heavily rusted, have leaky fittings, or are otherwise structurally compromised. If you’ve experienced any or all of the below issues, you may be in need of our pipe lining services:

- Noxious sewage smells lingering in your home
- Toilets malfunctioning or overflowing more than once a month
- Suddenly high water bills regardless of usage
- Low water pressure
- Damp patches underneath the concrete of your basement or foundation floor
- Bright green or damp patches in your yard

These are signs that your pipes are not working optimally or have failed in some way. If ignored, they could lead to serious problems, including raw sewage backing up in basements or yards, extensive water damage and costs from clean-up, shattered pipes, and more. At All N' One Plumbing, we are trained to identify these signs quickly and recommend the best solutions for resolving these problems before serious accidents occur.

The Process of Trenchless Sewer Pipe Lining

First, a system engineer will create a small hole to reach your pipe. This is in great contrast to traditional methods, which necessitate the digging of a long trench to reach whole pipe sections. The system expert will then use a sewer camera inspection to obtain high-definition images of your pipes, locate the problem, and give both you and the engineer a clear picture of what kind of service would suit your pipes best.

If a sewer pipe lining is recommended, the pipe must first be prepared. This is done using a process called hydro jetting, which cleans the inside of the pipe with high-pressured water. Unlike drain snaking, hydro jetting is able to strip away built-up kitchen grease, irregularities in the pipe itself like rust projections, and small to medium-sized tree roots. With a smooth interior wall, the pipe lining will adhere cleanly.

The liner is now ready to be inserted into the pipe. Inside-out, flattened, and on a hose wheel, the liner head is fitted around the mouth of your pipe. High pressure forces the liner right side out and into the pipe with a seamless fit. After a short curing process, it’s ready to use: the new liner has a lifespan of at least fifty years, can be cut to fit small or long sections of pipe, and can fit into straight, curved, and 90-degree angle pipes. Additionally, if your home or business has a lot of trees gracing its property, you no longer have to worry about tree roots forcing their way into your pipes. The liner’s seamless construction ensures that roots are unable to find crevices to fit into, and prevents the clogging and eventual shattering attendant with tree root blockages.

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