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Call Ballard at 909-297-1914 Today For Trenchless Sewer Service
Your home’s sewer lines are buried in your yard, maybe as deep as five feet! That explains why you’ll sometimes see plumbers digging trenches in yards, destroying landscaping or just leaving a mess. Ballard Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning knows how frustrating that can be, so we’re using state-of-the-art technology to find and repair sewer line problems without trenching!
Our trenchless sewer service provides a faster, more economical way to fix sewer lines that protects the appearance of your home and yard. We use advanced camera systems to inspect every inch of your sewer lines so we can pinpoint the problem … and then use replacement equipment that repairs it with no need to dig a trench.
No matter what problems you’re having with your sewer lines, Ballard offers comprehensive sewer repair services with skilled plumbing technicians. Call us at 909-297-1914 to schedule your sewer line repair.
We Have Many Ways To Repair or Replace Your Sewer Line
Our highly skilled plumbers use advanced camera systems to inspect every inch of your sewer lines so we can pinpoint the problem. Depending upon what they find, they’ll recommend one or more of these ways to fix your sewer lines:
- Pipe Bursting
Using this method, our plumbers insert equipment into the sewer like that breaks and removes the old plumbing while installing a brand-new sewer line in its place.
- Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP)
Cured-in-place pipe is idea for less-invasive repairs. Our professionals insert a felt lining containing waterproof resin into the damaged sewer line, then expose it to a curing element that attaches a new liner to the walls. Once it cures, the resin and lining become a leak-free sewer line.
- Pipe Liner Replacement
For sewer lines that aren’t badly damaged, pipe relining is often the fastest and most efficient method of trenchless repair. Our plumbers insert a durable, deflated pipe liner through the damaged section of sewer line. Once inflated, the liner replaces the original pipe walls and seals any leaks.