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Sewer lines are designed to take waste away from a building. They handle everything from water to solid waste and paper.
However, not all sewer lines are created equal. Some properties use old clay lines that roots can perforate, break and clog. Copper or PVC pipes may fail due to age or shifts in the ground.
Pacific Plumbing & Drain offers sewer main line replacements designed to replace sewer lines. Chronic and major blockages, which have nasty side effects that range from smells to backed-up waste, can be fixed with this service.
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An auger will unclog a sewer line in some circumstances, however these solutions are often an emergency measure. Aging or damaged sewer lines are replaced in order to prevent problems from developing.
Below is a list of why you need to replace your sewer lines:
Other issues, such as off-grade lines, offer more reasons to replace the sewer line.
Pacific Plumbing & Repair offers two main methods for sewer main line replacements:
With excavated sewer line replacement, the old sewer line is excavated by hand or with machinery. The line and any problems are removed. The new sewer line is installed, properly graded and functional. This type of replacement typically takes between one to three days to complete.
Trenchless sewer line replacement involves installing new plumbing designed to replace the old, failed sewer main line. This process is quick, requires less work, and often produces excellent results.
To learn more about sewer main line replacements, to schedule an estimate, or to seek the plumbing services that the Vancouver and Portland Metro areas trust, call Pacific Plumbing & Drain at (503) 839-2964.
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All the repairs and installation take place underground without the hassle and damage that comes along with trench work. The pipes are exchanged for high-quality, durable piping.
If drain clearing efforts fail, excavation and replacement methods are employed. Replacement of a section or the entire sewer is necessary in this case.