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From water heaters to drain cleaning we have the equipment and knowledge to find leaks, un-clog drains, and get your water flowing QUICKLY. We are full service Plumbing Contractor serving Los Angeles and Orange County, California. When you need a plumber contact All Service Plumbers!

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Expert Infrared or Electronic Leak Detection. Find leaks without destroying your property.

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Our plumbers are experts in clearing any drain including sinks, tubs, main line stoppages and more. If it drains we can clear it.

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Hydro-Jetting uses high-pressure water to scrub away years of accumulated build-up on the inside walls of your pipes.

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Looking for a great local sewer repair company? At All Service Plumbers Drain and Hydro-Jet, we provide residential and commercial solutions..

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What Is A Trenchless Sewer Line or Trenchless Plumbing

When a sewer line needs to be installed there is no doubt that the work is going to require considerable effort or a high level of ingenuity. Trenchless sewer lines and plumbing choose the ingenious route, even though there will still be plenty of effort.

Whether you have tree roots growing into your pipes or pipes that are simply no longer functioning as they should, one good way to store the functionality of your homes plumbing supply is to replace the pipes beneath your building. But, this could mean tearing out the old pipes before the new ones can be laid down.

That’s pretty unfortunate considering these pipes can run beneath your lawn, maybe a flower bed, birdbath or fountain. This makes digging the trench an ugly and uncomfortable task. But, with the trenchless solution the work is accomplished without the need for so much digging. Here is everything you need to know about the benefits and drawbacks of trenchless sewer and plumbing.

What is a Trenchless Sewer Line?

“What if there was a way we could replace the pipes without digging up all the dirt,” that must have sounded crazy the first time the idea of trenchless sewer lines was mentioned, but here they are in all there convenient wonder today. There are two primary methods that can be applied when replacing old sewer lines with new ones one is pipe bursting and pipe lining.

Pipe Bursting –– in this method two access holes must be dug at either end of the pipe being replaced, the “home” end and the “city mains” end. A machine will break out the old pipe while laying new piping behind it. Because the old pipe is being removed and replaced, the new pipe will be the same diameter as the old and the house will see improvements in their sewer functionality.

Pipe Lining –– this innovative trick involves coating a special flexible pipe with resins and running it through the existing pipes. Once in place the ends are sealed and the flexible pipe is inflated into its proper position. Once the resins have solidified the air can be released and the new pipe is in place free of any leaks, cracks seal or damage. One thing to note is that the pipe lining method will reduce the size of your pipes by 1/4” which means the flow will be slightly reduced. This should not cause any difference to most homes, especially considering the conditions their pipes were in before the trenchless plumbing. Unfortunately, the pipe lining method doesn’t work the same in all situations.

In pipe lining, a flexible pipe is coated with resin and is then blown or pulled through the old pipe. As soon as the new pipe is in place, it’s inflated, with the resin hardening in place and creating a pipe inside a pipe. This method slightly reduces the diameter of the sewer pipe by about 1/4″. It’s not enough of a difference to impact most home’s drainage needs. One access hole is made to allow access to the old pipe, but this method doesn’t work for every situation.

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