You Have Plumbing Needs – We Have Plumbing Solutions
As the saying goes, nothing lasts forever… including the pipes inside your home.
Well-maintained pipes may last longer than poorly maintained ones, especially if you’re in a area with hard water. Giving your plumbing a little regular attention can prolong its life, prevent leaks, and avoid costly repairs. But how do you know which plumbing service you need, or what’s involved with each one? Of course, the best way to find out is to give us a call — we gladly answer all questions regarding your plumbing needs! In the meantime, the below information will help you decide how to choose your plumbing service.
Hydro Jetting Cleans Your Pipes Like New!
High pressure jetting is the most common method used to remove Heavy Sludge, Grease and Root Growth within sewer lines that routinely cause blockages.
High pressure water at 4,000 PSI with the proper nozzle cuts roots and scours close to the pipe wall surface then flushes the residue downstream. (When root penetration starts causing recurring problems our Perma Liner, Pipe Bursting or maybe Pipe Replacement can be the perfect solution.
Advantages of Trenchless Pipe Replacement
With our trenchless pipe repair methods of Pipe Lining or Pipe Bursting it means there is no longer a need to destroy your yard, ruin your driveway, or other costly landscaping and home repairs!
Trenchless pipe replacement service include:
- No trenching through yards or driveways
- No demolition and trenching inside your home
- Eliminates the need to put new floors inside your home
- Eliminates liability of having a large trench on your property
- No need to re-seed or re-sod a long trench once work is done
- Safe and Efficient method for pipe replacement!
- Eliminates roots and infiltration
- Increase Flow Efficiency
- Bridges missing sections of pipe
- Bridges missing pipe sections and offsets
- Repairs cracked or extensive excavation
- Seal Open Joints
- Prevents Pipe Failure
- Reline 4” to 6” Transition
- Minimum Design Life 50 Years (Tested)
- Relines virtually any material: Clay, Cast Iron, Orangeburg, Transite, Concrete and Plastic!
No Need to Dig a Trench Through Your Yard!
Spartan UnderTaker pipe bursting system installs new sewer and drain lines without digging a trench through your front yard. The UnderTaker system can replace pipes from 2” to 6” in diameter and can even make up to three 45-degree bends in the pipe – all without the hassle or inconvenience of having a long trench dug through your property, thus eliminating costly repairs. Pipe Bursting is the ideal technique for the rehabilitation and replacement of your sewer line. Pipe Bursting efficiently bursts clay, concrete, cast iron, and PVC pipe. It is the perfect solution to use for the rehabilitation of aging sewer systems located in congested areas such as municipalities, city centers, and manufacturing or industrial plants. Pipe bursting involves using a winch to pull a heavy duty polyethylene pipe through an old pipeline of equal or smaller size. The old pipeline is shattered using a high-powered tool with special bursting heads that smash through the old pipe while pulling through the new replacement pipe. When pulled into the old pipe, the bursting head breaks the pipe into pieces, enlarges the hole and pushes the fragments into the surrounding soil. This limits pipe bursting to pipes that can be fractured and to soil conditions that will absorb the old fragments.
Cabling Drain Lines
Perfect for periodic maintenance of your dain lines; Kitchen, tub, laundry or your sewer system. Your sewer system may have minor root infiltration or build up that can be easily resolved by yearly maintenance or an occasional cabling.
Hydro Jetting is great when the pipe is in good condition but has a minor to medium root infiltration; heavy sludge and/or grease build up so even minor debris backs up your system. Once your drain line is Jetted the pipe flows like new! (Click on the tab above to learn more about Hydro Jetting and to see an illustration.)
Conventional Direct Pipe Replacement or Re-Routing
In many cases a direct dig or re-route is the best and most cost effective method available to you. Depending on what is happening to your system and how your drain line is configured, conventional Direct Dig may be the best method for you. (Click on the tab above to learn more about Trenchless Pipe Replacement and to see an illustration.)
Trenchless Pipe Lining CIPP
Perfect when you have roots that have infiltrated your pipes in various areas so you are continually having to hydrojet or route your sewer system on regular basis. Pipe Lining seals all the open joints and repairs cracked or broken pipes. Pipe Lining prevents further damage to your sewer system and makes smooth transitions so your system flows efficiently. In addition, this process is much less invasive and saves you money than if we had to trench large expanses of your driveway, landscaping or demolition of your flooring inside your home.
Trenchless Pipe Bursting
Recommended when your pipes need complete rehabilitation. This is the solution if you have roots or breaks that have damaged the pipe enough and it’s not possible to re-line the existing pipe. As in Pipe Lining, Trenchless Pipe BurstingTechnology saves you money because we do not have to trench large expanses of your driveway, landscaping or demolition of your flooring inside your home. (Click on the tab above to learn more about Trenchless Pipe Bursting and to see an illustration.)
Hallelujah! Finally a plumbing company that takes there job seriously. Prior to calling this company I had called five others that popped up sooner. Tell me why no one answers there phone… So annoying. I called this company and Judy answered, she’s the sweetest and found someone that could come out for same day service. Mario came and he was awesome! We talked the whole time and I didn’t feel like he was pressuring me like an annoying car mechanic to get 10 things fixed. He was honest and expressed his opinions, but at the end he got what needed to be done perfectly finished in less than an hour! I would recommend asking for Mario when you call! Lianna L., San Diego