Frequently Asked Questions

Is trenchless sewer repair worth it?
Trenchless sewer repair is worth it due to its cost-effectiveness, saving properties up to 75% in costs compared to traditional pipe replacement. The reduced labor hours make it the best value for repair methods.
What are the two most common trenchless sewer operations?
The two most common trenchless sewer operations are pipe bursting and cured-in-place pipelining. trenchless pipe bursting involves using a bursting head to go through a damaged sewer line, while cured-in-place pipelining uses epoxy to reinforce and seal a broken pipe internally.
What is the traditional method of sewer and drain cleaning?
The traditional method of sewer and drain cleaning often involves extensive digging and disruption to your property. However, trenchless sewer pipe repair offers a less invasive alternative. Consider opting for this method to minimize property disturbance.
How often should my sewer system in Klamath Falls, OR be cleaned and inspected?
You should have your sewer system cleaned and inspected every 18-22 months, taking into account factors such as system age, location, and pipe diameter. Regular maintenance is crucial to prevent potential issues and avoid costly repairs later on.
What is the life expectancy of trenchless pipelining products?
Trenchless pipelining products have a life expectancy of over 50 years.
How often should drains be cleaned?
Drains typically only need to be cleaned on an as-needed basis, but preventative drain cleaning can help prevent clogs from occurring in the future.
What are the signs of clogged drains?
Signs of clogged drains include water draining slowly, water backing up in tubs or sinks when flushing the toilet, gurgling sounds from pipes, or foul odors.
When should a sewer line be repaired or replaced?
A drain or sewer line may need to be repaired or replaced depending on the severity of the issue, such as an inability to clean the line or extensive root infiltration. Some homeowners replace lines after a few clogs, while others may spend considerably on repairs before opting to replace them.
How can I prevent sewer line issues?
Disposing of fats, oils, and grease properly, not flushing foreign objects, and avoiding chemical drain cleaners are some steps to prevent sewer line issues.
What areas in Klamath Falls do you service?
We service the entire Klamath Falls area, covering ZIP codes 97601, 97603 for residential and commercial locations, as well as 97602 specifically for P.O. Boxes. Additionally, we extend our services to the surrounding area including within ZIP code 97625. This comprehensive coverage ensures we can assist a wide range of customers within Klamath Falls and its vicinity.
What can I do about a clogged drain?
A clogged drain is often a symptom of a larger issue, such as severely damaged pipes, which can become a costly problem if not addressed correctly. Factors like old pipes, tree roots, minor leaks, and damaged pipes can lead to a disaster, especially when a local plumber employs more traditional methods like snaking. Proceeding with snaking without conducting a video camera inspection first can result in severe damage to the original pipe, resulting in the time-consuming task of digging trenches.

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