Back in the day, any problem with your sewer line, even a small one, usually required digging up your yard in order to see where the problem was and fix it. But that's no longer the case! There are more modern methods and equipment available now, and trenchless sewer repair is one of these.
Not only can Express Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs repair any leaks, infestations, or clogs in your sewer pipes, but we can also line them with an epoxy coating to encourage smooth flow and prevent clogs going forward. And best of all, we can typically do it without digging up any part of your property! Get in touch with our team today to learn more about our trenchless pipe lining service or to schedule an appointment!
Our service area includes Greater Miami, FL, encompassing Pembroke Pines, Westchester, Fort Lauderdale, Hialeah, Hollywood, Coral Gables, Doral, North Miami, South Miami, FL and even Orlando, FL. When it comes to zero dig sewer line repair, we are second to none in the Broward County area.
If you'd like to learn more about this service, it's no problem with us! Just give us a call and a member of our helpful staff would be more than happy to answer all your questions. Contact our plumbing contractor today to make an appointment for trenchless sewer repair services!
Sometimes, rerouting plumbing lines is a more cost-effective option than fixing a leak in a pipe, especially in the case of slab leaks. These are pinhole-sized leaks usually caused by hard water, rust, high water pressure, or poor construction that becomes worse with time. If your pipes tend to leak quite often, rerouting can be a good option, as there's no need to drill into the foundation to install new plumbing lines.
If you reside in the Miami or Orlando, FL area, Express Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs can help you plan and carry out any sort of plumbing rerouting project. Our service area includes North Miami, Hollywood, Hialeah, Miami Gardens, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Gables, Doral, and Broward County.
Rerouting is another project that's best left to the pros. All piping must lead back to the main sewer line, as well as all drains. Our team can help you determine the best material for the job, as well as the best rerouting plan so leaks become a worry of the past. We are family owned and operated, so you can expect quality customer service as well as quality work.
Call us today to get started with a free estimate on your rerouting project!
Some DIYers think they can handle a repiping project if they possess any sort of plumbing skill or experience. But repiping is a whole 'nother ball of wax, as the saying goes. It involves demolition and construction, as well as possibly working with an open flame. We at Express Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs do not recommend doing any of this by yourself. Instead, give our experienced team a call for repiping services in the Miami, FL area, including North Miami, Hollywood, Hialeah, Miami Gardens, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Gables, Doral, and Broward County.
First off, if you are constantly having to call for piping repairs, it's probably more worth your time and money to have everything repiped. If you have an older home with lead pipes, you should call us as soon as possible for repiping, as lead is a health hazard. Similarly, other older homes have galvanized steel piping, which corrodes over time. Sediment from the pipes can find its way into your drinking water, again posing a health hazard. Finally, it's a good idea to have it done if you're planning to have a major home project done that involves plumbing, such as a bathroom or kitchen remodel.
Let the team at Express Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs help you with a repiping project. We'll make sure the results are what you're looking for and everything is built to last a good long time. Call today to get started with a free estimate on repiping services!
Cast iron pipes have been widely used for sewer lines throughout the United States for decades. The average lifespan for these pipes is 30 to 50 years. Over time, as the cast iron is exposed to moisture, it begins to rust and corrode. As time goes on, the rusting becomes worse to where eventually the pipe deteriorates or fails.
It is important to fix or replace the cast iron pipes as soon as possible. If they become too deteriorated, they can let in foreign substances and lead to wastewater escaping and polluting the surrounding area. Rust is another problem that can constrict the flow of wastewater and lead to buildups in the sewer line. So, fixing your sewer line is imperative under these conditions, especially if your cast iron pipes have been in place for over 50 years.
At Express Trenchless Sewer Line Repairs, our plumbing contractors provide professional cast iron pipe repairs. Cast iron pipes were a popular choice for sewer lines and many homes utilize cast iron pipes for that reason. However, just like any metal that is exposed to water, it rusts and corrodes away over time. The average lifespan of these pipes is 30 - 50 years in most homes, but they can last up to 100 years in optimal conditions. There are signs to look out for that indicate you may need cast iron pipe repairs. They include discolored water, cracks in your foundation, and slow draining. If you notice any of these signs, give us a call! We will come to inspect your pipes and do any needed repairs.
Discolored water is a sign of rust and corrosion in your sewer lines. That means your cast iron pipes are reaching the end of their lifespan.
This is an indication of a problem with your pipes. We also wanted to mention that products used to unclog your drains have caustic substances that are bad for cast iron pipes.
Cockroaches, rats, and flies in your home can be a sign your pipes are cracked and damaged. These nuisances can fit through small cracks. If you have been in contact with a pest control company and have yet to see any reduction or solution, it may be cracked pipes that are the problem.
Cracks in your foundation are something that you should always get inspected and repaired immediately. They are also a symptom of a damaged pipe that has been leaking for far too long.
This is a clear indication that you have a problem with your sewer line.