The headaches and stresses of owning your California home can seem endless. Chores include keeping up the lawn, painting the exterior, keeping your appliances working, and ensuring the heat and air conditioning are working. The last thing you want to worry about is the plumbing.
SPT Pipe in Temecula, California is your go-to business for all your plumbing needs and emergencies. Do not let the your pipes and water management become stressful. Just come to us first.
Water should come out of your faucet and drain just as easily from your toilets and sinks. When it does, it all goes somewhere, and that place is the sewer. You probably know this: most people understand what the sewer does and why it is important. But are you aware of how all that water drains from your property to the sewer?
Sewer Lateral Line in California
Connecting all of your internal plumbing to the public sewer is your sewer lateral line. Think about your toilets, sinks, appliances, and drains: every single one of them is funneled to this pipe. As you can probably imagine, this line takes a beating.
We consider it the most used pipe in the house, and it is probably the most important. All of your hair, waste, food scraps, everything has to fit through the sewer lateral line. When it works, you don’t even know it’s there, but when it fails, it is very likely you will notice. Water can become backed up and older pipes can even leak into your lawn.
Having this pipe inspected is very important and we offer services that will discover any problems. Common problems involve roots, cracked pipes, deteriorated pipes, or anything that allows water to escape. Leaking waste water in the ground is not only toxic but can also cause damage to your home’s foundation.
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Some sewer repair companies will suggest a complete excavation of the sewer lateral line. This line is buried beneath your lawn and digging it out creates a huge mess, not to mention how labor intensive that approach is. Here at STP, we are proud to offer trenchless sewer repair. We can fix your pipes where they lie, foregoing the need for excessive property damage.
Our methods leave your old pipes in place and fix them, with the end result being a better than new pipe. The first step is cleaning out the pipe with high pressure water, tearing out any roots or rocks that could be blocking the water. Our team also utilizes state of the art cameras to get a real time look at the condition of your pipes.
We then insert an epoxy liner for the complete length of the tube, this impermeable membrane resembles a deflated balloon. Our highly trained technicians then use a special tool that essentially inflates the liner, affixing it to the interior of the pipe and creating a brand new aqueduct inside your old one.