A clog in a sewer line or damage to the line requires a properly trained and equipped plumbing contractor. At Plumbing & A/C Medic, Inc.., we have provided trenchless sewer repair in Gilbert and the greater Phoenix Metro area for more than 14 years.
Our highly qualified technicians are equipped with advanced technology to find and solve sewer line problems without causing damage to your property.
In the past, when a problem happened with a sewer line the yard would have to be excavated for the length of the sewer line to locate and repair the problem. Trenchless sewer repair is an alternative to traditional repair methods.
Using trenchless sewer repair in Gilbert enables our technicians to make faster repairs that are far less invasive to your property.
Trenchless sewer repair offers benefits that include:
When trenchless technology is used, your yard won’t become an excavation site and we can complete the repair faster, which means that your line won’t be out of service for an extended period of time. This also allows us to avoid destroying your lawn and landscaping beds and your beautiful garden will be left intact.
The sewer line runs underground from your house to the street and damage can happen at any point along the length of the line. Some common signs of a damaged sewer line include sewer gas odors, clogs and backups throughout the house, slow drains, a soggy lawn, cracks in the foundation of your home, and mold growth.
Sewer line damage can be caused by:
The only way to tell where the line is damaged and what caused the problem is to inspect the entire length of the sewer line.
We use advanced technology for sewer line camera inspection. Our technicians will feed the camera down a drain and through the entire sewer line. An image is sent from the camera to a handheld device, which allows us to inspect the line and pinpoint the exact cause of the problem.
We use the latest technology and best methods for efficient trenchless sewer repair in Gilbert. Rather than digging up the entire line, we are able to complete repairs by making small entry points at either side of the pipe.
We use cured in place pipe lining methods to perform repairs on the damaged sewer pipe or reline the pipe, which restores the function of the line quickly and effectively.
Sewer line problems can start with a small, minor leak and quickly grow into a bigger problem. Sewage backing up in the yard or inside your home is a health hazard that should be addressed immediately.
We encourage you to get in touch with us at the first sign of a sewer line problem, so we can get right to work.