If you need an excavation contractor in the Vineyard, UT, area, look no further. The experts at Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning will get the job done right, every time. No matter how big or small, simple or complex, we guarantee accurate, lasting solutions and 100 percent customer satisfaction. Need main water line replacement or sewer line installation? We’re on it! We perform sewer or main water line repair services, too. Worried about damage to your property and landscaping? Our team is qualified to execute a no dig sewer replacement method, so you can enjoy as little disruption as possible.
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Excavation Services vs. Trenchless Sewer Repair
Not sure which pipe repair method is right for you? In general, trenchless pipe replacement and repair is faster, less expensive, and lasts longer than the traditional method, which provides results with a limited lifespan. No-dig pipe repair is eco-friendly, of higher quality, and won’t make a mess of your yard with disruptive digging. If you need sewer pipe installation or water main installation, consider the size and complexity of the project at hand, your budget, and the condition of your pipes. Trenchless sewer line repair is not always an option if corrosion or old age has made pipes irreparable.
Signs You Need Sewer Pipe Replacement or Sewer Pipe Repair
There are a number of reasons to call a professional plumber for main sewer line repair or sewer line replacement. If you’re wondering whether the issue you are experiencing with your sewer pipes warrants sewer line services, here are a few signs your sewer system needs help.
- You notice foul odors around your home and property
- There are gurgling noises coming from your toilet
- Mold has begun to grow on the walls inside your home as a result of increased humidity levels
- Your sinks, bath tub, or shower is slow to drain
- Puddles or soggy spots have developed in your yard
- Your toilet is backing up when flushed
- Pests are suddenly attracted to your yard and home
- Your yard is unusually green
Wondering what the right method of sewer line replacement is for your system? Contact us to see which service is the best fit.
Trenchless Sewer Relining: The Basics
Trenchless sewer pipe relining involves slipping a plastic pipe liner into a pipe to repair damaged sewer lines. With this method, two small pits are dug at the entry and exit points of the pipe that needs to be repaired. The inserted liner seals off any holes or cracks that may be causing unsanitary sewage to to leak out into your property. Trenchless pipe relining can usually be completed in a full day of work, not including potential preparation and inspection.