Sewer Repair in College Station
When it comes to Sewer problems, we are the experts!
It’s important to understand your choices for residential sewer pipe repair. Everything that goes down the drain in your home flows to either the sewer main or your septic field. Your sewer pipe can be 6 to 15 ft below ground. Over the years, your pipes may have been subject to infiltration by roots and water. Settling pipes can become broken, separated, and possibly collapsed resulting in slow drains, unhealthy sewer backups, or even a saturated low spot in your lawn.
This system can provide residential sewer repair without digging up your lawn. The benefits of a no dig alternative include:
- Little to no disruption to your daily routine
- Eliminates the need for disruptive and time-consuming excavation
- Repairs can be made any time of year, even under frozen ground
The PipePatch system is installed internally and repairs pipes damaged due to corrosion, cracks, joint separations, and root and water infiltration regardless of the pipe age or material. This is a permanent solution that provides:
- Permanent repair that is stronger than the original pipe and is not affected by household oils or chemicals
- No toxic fumes in your home – PipePatch is odorless and safe for indoor use
- Creates a structural repair
Alright, it’s the moment of truth. We got the pipe patch in there. Its been sitting there about an hour and a half, or actually, I'm sorry, about an hour and forty five minutes. Adam and I got it set up earlier, along with Cullen. So, our patch is hopefully about ready to go. We're going to deflate the packer. And what we've done is inserted a stent, basically, inside here and you can see a little bit of the patch right there and it's rock hard. So it bridged across the bad pipe that is actually going through this footer into this piece of PVC. We put the level on there to make sure that we were going to maintain proper slope Alright, Adam, go ahead and deflate it. Yank that sucker out. And that's exactly what we want to see, no wet resin on the packer. A little bit of water came out, that's alright. We sealed it off pretty good. Well, toilet's probably leaking. Oh yeah, nice. Looks good! We're going to go ahead and run our camera through there and finally put this sewer back together and get this customer back on line with their sewer, thanks to Dynamic Drains Plumbing and Drain Experts, Adam, Cullen, Me ... and pipe patch.