Water & Sewer Line Repairs Lafayette, IN
Blockages in your water line can cause low water-pressure, your water to be discolored, or wet spots to turn up in your yard. Perhaps at first, it seems that your dream of having an in-ground pool has finally come true…but…you really DON’T want to swim in that water.
Few things are quite as aggravating or feel like such an emergency as water line and sewage problems. One common cause of water and sewer line repairs in Lafayette, IN is a build-up of grease, waste, paper, and other foreign objects. Another common but lesser known obstruction is the result of tree roots. They can sometimes find their way into pipes and grow into them, filling the pipe with an ever-thickening mass that eventually clogs the pipe.
Clogged Drain Line Lafayette, IN
When a small obstruction develops into a large one, a variety of issues will arise until the point when it finally breaks. At this point, the problem changes from being an advisable repair to a flat-out emergency. With a clogged water line, you may be without water, have low water-pressure, or be plagued with contaminated water. With a clogged drain line in Lafayette, IN, you could have gurgling drains and toilets or even have raw sewage backup overflow and cause damage to your home.
Water & Sewer Line Inspection Lafayette, IN
Modern technology makes water and sewer line inspection and repair a less intrusive, aggravating, and costly affair. We actually have the ability to look inside the pipe and see the actual problem with our special pipe camera. There’s no aimless digging or experiments aimed at getting indirect information—we can see the problem WITH OUR OWN EYES.
Considering that Matt Bugher is a certified backflow prevention cross connection control device inspector, you will receive great benefit from a sewer line inspection in Lafayette, IN when you go with Benjamin Franklin Plumbing.
Trenchless Sewer Repair Lafayette, IN
Once the problem is pinpointed, our expert plumbers have the skill, equipment, and know-how to dig up the right areas or, depending on the job, provide trenchless sewer repair in Lafayette, IN.
As long as the line is still in good enough shape, trenchless sewer repair can be performed without destroying your expensive landscaping and flooring, and it can be performed in less time.