Everything You Need To Know About Trenchless Sewer Rehabilitation And Renewal

If you find that all the drains in your home are showing signs of clogging or other damage, often the problem isn't your home's drains at all. The problem is the single sewer line that connects all of your home's drains to the city's sewage system. And when that important pipe has a problem, rapid intervention from your plumber is essential. Once the clog completely blocks your home's sewer line, all that nasty mess will soon return to your home.
Calling (903) 201-2003 at the first sign of a sewer problem is always the best course of action. Bannister Plumbing & Air are available 24/7 to help you avoid sewer jams, floods and all other plumbing emergencies. And in the event of a sewer blockage, our team is quickly on site with a special video camera that shows us exactly what's wrong with your sewer line and where there is damage or blockages.

When You Need A Sewer Line Repair

Once the camera is deployed in the sewer line, it will return footage of damage to the pipe that may result in a clog or blockage. Even a small crack will allow tree roots, dirt, and other debris to enter the line and create a blockage that stops the flow of dirty water and waste. Luckily, our team of experts are also ready to apply the latest in trenchless sewer repairs to make your damaged sewer line perfect again.
Rather than digging up a large portion of your sewer line, our professionals are able to drill a small hole for pipe access and then insert an epoxy coated polyresin repair liner. The liner is inserted into the damaged line section and expanded with a removable bladder. After the epoxy has cured, the liner is glued to the inside of the old pipe. The bladder is then emptied and removed. The result is a repair that doesn't require excessive digging or damage to your yard and is very inexpensive.

When You Need A Sewer Line Replacement

The idea of a massive ditch between your home and the city's sewage system is very unsettling. This creates a scar throughout the garden. And the money spent on the labor to dig the trench might make you cry, too. Luckily, if the solution to your sewer line problems is a replacement, our experts will determine if a trenchless sewer line repair is a viable option.
The trenchless pipe replacement process requires minimal digging, which is good news for your wallet and landscape. An epoxy-coated polyresin hose is inserted into the existing sewer pipe. As in the case of repairs, something is removed. And once the epoxy has cured, you'll have a brand new, seamless drain pipe that has a life expectancy of up to 100 years. This procedure is much less expensive than digging up the old pipe and replacing it with a new one.

Trust the Professionals

If you're concerned about your home's sewer line, only trust a licensed plumber who will provide dependable solutions that fit your needs and budget, as well as local building codes. Call (903) 201-2003 for a free, no obligation quote from the experts at Bannister Plumbing & Air. And for added peace of mind, all of our work is backed by our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee and a full parts and labor warranty.