You might only have noticed a slightly slower drain in the kitchen sink, or nothing at all when your child comes in to tell you that the new hole in the yard stinks. While alarm bells are going off in your head about the hole, pay attention to the second part, as well. The hole stinks. Your sewer line most likely has collapsed, leaving a large depression in your lawn, and a repair needs to be completed as soon as possible. This is not something you can put off.
Libertyville is a nice town, and main sewer line repairs, when needed, help it stay that way. Sewer lines can collapse, disintegrate, or become seriously clogged. Pipes that have been lined are easiest to clean, as there is no snaking involved, and only high-powered streams of water are used to break up blockages. However, before a sewer line can be lined with protective materials, it's broken or collapsed sections first need to be replaced with new sections of sewer pipes.
Kwik Serv Plumbing, Heating and Cooling uses the latest in plumbing technology. This helps us remain one of the best plumbing services in the area. When it comes to the main sewer line repair, we understand that while you want things fixed, and fixed right, so there are no future problems, you’d also love it if we could keep from tearing up your lawn, sidewalk, or driveway anymore than what is absolutely necessary. Moreover, we can do this for you, even in small spaces, in most cases. While there are a few times that we cannot use trenchless methods, we do every time it is a viable option.
With the trenchless method, we break open the broken or crushed sewer pipe, and at the same time, lead in the replacement pipe. After it is installed, we can install a liner that will prevent problems for years to come. This will also prevent roots from finding their way in through minute cracks or joints, as the liner can be installed around bends in your sewer line.
If you find your home in need of main sewer line repairs, call Kwik Serv Plumbing, Heating and Cooling at (847) 232-4209. We respond to emergencies as if they were our own.