Common Causes of Sewer Pipe Failure
Broken or collapsed pipes – drain pipes and sewer lines may become damaged or completely broken due to settling, frozen ground or shifting soil surrounding the pipe.
Pipe corrosion – the pipe has deteriorated or cracked, causing blockage in the lines and restricting water flow.
Leaking joints – the seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
Root penetration – when tree roots or shrubs have infringed on the sewer / drain lines, preventing normal flow and eventually damaging the lines.
Low-grade pipes – existing pipes are constructed of below standard material that have deteriorated or corroded over time.
USA Pipe Repair can fix these common problems
Broken Pipes – You no longer have to have a trench cut through your yard, sidewalk or driveway to replace sewer or water pipes. With a small access point to shoot from, USA Pipe Repair can install a pipe-liner from the building to the main sewer line.
Electrical Conduit Lines – USA Pipe Repair can rehabilitate existing underground conduit lines that have deteriorated over time.
Roots in Pipes – When roots grow into your pipes it is called root intrusion. But the roots really aren’t to blame. It’s actually cracked pipes or bad joints that allow roots to break into pipes.
Sewer Repair – You no longer have to have a trench cut through your yard, sidewalk or driveway to replace sewer or water pipes. With a small access point to shoot from, USA Pipe Repair can install a pipe-liner from the building to the main sewer line.
Vertical Roof Drains – USA Pipe Repair can solve problems in vertical pipelines such as roof leaders, electrical conduit and chiller pipelines.