Sewer Line Repair & Replacement in Kansas City
Fast, Smart Solutions from Our Kansas City Plumbers
Even though the sewer systems in your neighborhood are technically controlled by either the government or a local water company, you are responsible for any sewer pipe systems solely on your property's boundaries. This means that if a sewer line needs repair or replacement under your yard, you have to be the one to take care of it.
Most of the sewer line jobs we handle are more or less routine, but every once in a while we get called out to handle something out of the ordinary! Watch the clip below to learn about the time we rescued a puppy who had fallen in through an open pipe in our customer's basement:
At A-1 Sewer & Septic Service Inc., our Kansas City plumbers can help you with all your sewer line repair and replacement needs. We have been there for our clients since 1968, earning us a solid reputation in Kansas City, MO; Kansas City, KS; and Johnson County for being friendly and efficient. We know that sewer troubles can occur without any warning, so you can schedule your appointment on:
We have so many more reasons why you should choose our services – contact us today!
Do I Need to Repair My Sewer Line?
Pipes running under your home have one of the most difficult and demanding jobs of any aspect of your house. They are constantly under pressure from the weight above them and elements in the soil can be detrimental to their condition. In short, pipes wear down, and they do so unpredictably. Even if you bought a newly constructed home, it could be attached to sewer laterals – pipes that connect from a specific location to the sewer main – that are older than the city itself.
Your sewer lines may need replacement or repair if they are:
What is Trenchless Sewer Repair?
To get to the damaged pipes under your home, you need to go through feet of soil, digging up a long, deep trench through the yard. At least that used to be the procedure. Advancements in plumbing have allowed trenchless sewer repair to become more popular and easier than ever before. By digging down in only a few spots, rather than excavating a huge chasm, trenchless repair can save you time and money, and spare your landscape from being torn asunder.
Trenchless sewer repair can work in one of two ways:
- Bursting: Pulling a stronger, denser pipe through existing pipework, effectively breaking apart the old weak pipe while simultaneously patching the connection with a new pipe.
- Relining: Pushing a thin yet strong fiberglass pipe through the damaged pipework, sealing away cracks, holes, and other faults as it lines the existing sewer line.
A Messy Problem Calls for a Clean Solution
Our business is family-owned and entirely focused on bringing our customers the utmost satisfaction with our work. When you are facing a messy problem, such as a damaged sewer line that needs repair or replacing, know that we honestly do care about getting the job handled quickly and correctly. And, perhaps most importantly of all, we always do our best to keep your property as clean as can be. With high-tech tools and time-tested methods, we are able to tackle any task head-on with confidence, professionalism, and efficiency.
Call us today to request a no-obligation price quote for your job.
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