Drain Repairing

Sewer Line Repairing

One major reason for sewer line clogging is tree roots.
If tree roots grow too much, they will combine with the dirt then puncture the pipe, and you will not be able to clean it with the snake machine, so it would have to be repaired or re-piped.
The second reason for repairing the main drain line is corrosion.

Trenchless sewer line replacement (Bursting style)

We can replace the sewer line by digging 2 points, the starting and ending point. This will only require minimal digging leaving the landscaping above unaltered.

Sewer Line Replacement (Trench style)

Original style with digging N replacing.

Kitchen Line Repairing

Grease inside of the pipe will make the pipe corrode and leak.

Tub Drain Repairing

The weakest point is the tub waste line. If you don’t repair the tub waste line, the leaking sewage will damage the drain pipe also.

P trap Installation

The p trap is an essential drain system. The water in the P trap prevents sewage gas smell. But the trap arm is significant to keep the water in the P trap. If the trap arm (refer to the drawing) has a slope, all the water in the P trap will drain due to the siphoning. On the other hand, if the trap arm is too long, it will clog. Therefore, depending on the width of the pipe will determine the length of the arm.

When the trap arm is too long and angled the pipe will easily clog.

The trap arm can not be more than 3′ (11/2″ pipe) by code

When the P trap is too long and the connection point is under the tee it will leak easily.

Installation of a Clean out

When the P trap is too long and the connection point is under the tee it will leak easily.

Find the pipe with a line locator, dig at the appropriate area, and cut the pipe.

This picture shows a one-way clean-out.

This picture shows a two-way clean-out.

You will need to put a concrete box showing “sewer” on the lid.