Sewer Line Repair
Your Trusted Crew for Sewer Line Repair in Nampa, ID
It's not always easy to know when your sewer pipes are in need of professional attention. If you suspect sewer line problems, give A Plus Drain Cleaning & Plumbing of Idaho a call. We're local leaders in sewer line repair in Nampa, ID, we are committed to making your experience with us a positive one from start to finish.
When it is time to repair or replace sewer line, count on our experts. Give us a call for more information.
How You Benefit from Sewer Repair Services
Sewer lines are designed to last for many years. However, they do tend to wear down over the years or become damaged for one reason or another. Professional repair ensures that the source of the problem is identified. You'll also have access to the resources required to make sewer repair services in the most efficient and effective way possible. You'll also know the job is done right and as per local codes and guidelines.
Signs You Need Sewer Repair or Replacement
Give us a call if you're starting to notice anything out of the ordinary going on with your sewer lines. Ask us about sewer repair when you spot:
Soggy spots on your lawn
Bad drain odors that stick around or keep coming back
Recurring clogs and backups
Problems with multiple drains in your home
Common Issues We Address
Tree roots are a common issue we address involving sewer lines. Over time, underground roots can get into sewer pipes through small openings. Over the years, those roots expand and grow inside to the point where you have serious issues with clogs and backups. We also address issues involving misalignment, damage from age or corrosion, and damage caused by debris that's deep within the line.
How Does Sewer Repair Work
We start by performing an inspection of the affected sewer line to determine where the damage is located. We also assess the overall condition of the line to determine what approach to repair is best.
If the damage to the sewer is severe, we use pipe bursting, replacing it without actually digging. What we do instead is use a special tool can a bursting head to break up the existing pipe right where it's located. As the old pipe is broken up and pushed down a new type of pipe called high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe is installed. It's a highly durable material that has the potential to last for many years, so long as it undergoes regular maintenance.
Why Hire Us
Experience is what we bring to each job with our name attached to it. Hiring our team for sewer pipe replacement or repair also means:
Attentive, prompt service
Quality work done with durable materials