Trenchless Sewer Repair & Replacement
Trenchless Sewer Replacement in Woodland Hills
If you suspect that you may have sewer line issues that require repair or replacement, you might want to consider a trenchless repair option. Unlike traditional methods, a trenchless sewer line repair or replacement is minimally invasive and causes very little damage to your property. There is no major digging involved, it is cost effective and repairs usually take less than a day.
At Green’s Plumbing, we are proud to offer trenchless sewer replacement in West Hills and throughout the surrounding areas. Our plumbing professionals have over 26 years of experience in the field to identify the best trenchless method to use for the restoration of your plumbing system.
As with every job we take on, we strive to make the process as non-stressful as possible for you, preserving your home’s landscaping, driveway, and yard as we carry out top-quality repairs or replacement services.
Two Types of Trenchless Replacements
A pipe liner, also known as “cured in place pipe”, is a process in which a resin-coated, flexible tube is blown or pulled into the interior of the damaged pipe and inflated. After several hours the resin hardens, creating a pipe within a pipe that is jointless and corrosion resistant. Lining reduces the diameter of the pipes by about one-quarter inch, which doesn’t affect the capacity of the pipe to carry waste from your home. It typically requires just one access hole.
Pipe bursting is a method where a seamless pipe attached to a large cone-shaped head is hydraulically pulled by a steel cable pipe through a damaged pipe while simultaneously fracturing it outward. This method typically involves only two access holes to be dug on either end of the lateral pipe. These new pipes resist corrosion and prevent root intrusion of trees. Pipe bursting can be used when and the existing pipe is extensively damaged, whereas pipelining requires and intact lateral pipe.
Signs That You Need Sewer Line Repair or Replacement
- Raw sewage backing up into drains in your home
- Water coming up from shower drains after the toilet is flushed
- Large tree roots running across the property
- Strong sewer odor
- Frequently clogged drain lines
- Indoor mold or mildew growth
If you notice any signs of a problem with your sewer lines, call the experts and sewer line professionals at Green’s Plumbing at (818) 880-8847 to determine which method would work best for your situation. Our technicians can accurately locate the source of the issue using top-of-the-line equipment and advanced technology.