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Sewer Repair (Underground Patches)

Top-Notch Sewer Repair in Cherokee County and the Greater North Atlanta Suburbs

If you have a damaged sewer line and the idea of making the required repairs makes you worry about the massive mess caused by traditional digging, there is no need to stress too much! At Plumb N Plumber Company, we specialize in trenchless sewer repair in Cherokee County, GA. It's an approach to sewer line restoration that allows our team to repair or replace your sewer lines quickly and effectively without excavation. We have been the trusted source for trenchless sewer repair and replacement throughout Cherokee County since 2014.

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Why Trenchless Sewer Repair Is Popular These Days

There are several advantages to trenchless sewer repair that conventional methods can't match, making it a popular option for sewer line repair. Unlike traditional services that require a technician to dig long trenches on your property, potentially damaging your landscaping and yard in the process, trenchless sewer repair is less invasive.

Other reasons why trenchless repairs have become popular include:

  • It's cost-effective
  • It takes less time to complete
  • It saves the existing pipe
  • Its environmentally friendly
  • It's durable

Underground Patches: An Overview

In some cases, some sewer line repairs don't involve the entire length of the sewer line, and that's where underground patch repair comes in. This method uses the same technology as complete trenchless pipe lining, but it's only used to restore only the damaged section of the pipe. Instead of using a liner along the entire length of your sewer line, underground patch or sectional point repair uses a smaller liner sized to the affected section of the pipe.

Signs of Sewer Issues and Their Causes

Your sewer lines can be affected by weak connections, cracks, bellying, and other age-related damage from several years of constant use. Other leading causes of sewer damage include tree root intrusions, soil shifting, above-ground activities, and issues related to improper installation when the pipeline was first installed.

Some of the common signs of sewer line damage include:

  • Slow-flowing drains
  • Foul odors
  • Noisy plumbing
  • Soggy or overly lush spots on your yard
  • Sewer backups

Rely on Our Experts

Consulting Plumb N Plumber Company means benefiting from:

  • 100% customer satisfaction guarantee
  • Upfront pricing
  • Licensed and certified plumbers
  • Affordable rates
  • Local family-owned business

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