Sewer & Drain


 
Sewer Line
A clogged sewer line creates big problems with your plumbing, requiring sewer line repair. If you’ve noticed that your drainage system has started to slow down and perhaps heard a gurgling sound coming from your toilet bowl, now may be the time to act.
Sewer Problems
Sewer problems cause by tree roots are usually the prime suspect when it comes to sewer-line damage, with thousands of feet of roots constantly seeking moisture and often finding it in your sewer line. Older, clay tile
 
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pipes are most susceptible to invasion, but these roots can penetrate even concrete and PVC pipes. Sewer problem can cost headache and a lots of money to get read off.

In addition to root damage, a broken or clogged sewer line can happen in a number of ways. Objects can find their way into the sewer line and become lodged. Extreme temperature changes and general deterioration can cause sewer line problems, such as lines buckling or breaking. Ground shifting or improper installation can also lead to misalignment and sewer line problems start.

 
Video Sewer Inspections

This process avoids the expense of “exploratory” plumbing or digging up your yard by means of using a miniature camera to find out exactly what and where the problem is. Video sewer Inspection can also confirm the structural condition of your lateral pipes. It can tell us if an auger or high-pressure flush can solve the problem, or if more extensive repairs are necessary, in other words video sewer inspection can save you money.

 
In the past, sewer pipes repairs problems usually meant excavation on a large scale, with serious yard repairs needed once a sewer line repair was completed. Trench-less pipe repair is a faster and more landscape-friendly option that only requires a few access points. Our trench-less sewer pipe replacement technology has saved our customers thousands of dollars and valuable time by avoiding a massive excavation of their property.
There are two approaches to trench-less sewer repair. With pipe bursting, the existing line is blown apart as a new, stronger high-density pipe is pulled through it. With pipe relining, a fiberglass line is placed inside the faulty pipe to seal any damage, creating a long-lasting repair. Your Mr. Expert Plumbing sewer line professional can recommend the repair method that is best for you. For Trench-less sewer pipe repair and solutions please call us @ 801-560-8207
 
Water Main Line
When you turn on your faucet, you get fresh, clean water at your fingertips. It’s delivered directly to you via a single supply water line from the street, under your property, and into your home this line is call water main line. A water main line normally works perfectly for years. But if you notice a sudden drop in water pressure, a discoloration of the water or a recurring wet area in your yard you may have trouble with your water main line. In these cases, contact your local Plumber at Mr. Expert Plumbing as soon as possible to conduct an inspection and resolve the problem with your water main quickly before it gets worse 801-560-8207.
BIO-CLEAN and ROOTX Drain Conditioning
 
 
Bio-Clean and ROOTX are drain conditioning products. Both are extremely safe and powerful when used by a professional. Bio-Clean is a blend of enzymes and bacteria that attacks organic wastes, such as: grease, hair, food particles, and sewage. This process with Bio-Clean product breaks the waste down to be easily moved through the pipe with running water. ROOTX strips away any grime and kills roots in the pipeline, resulting in normal pipe flow. The ROOTX formula has longevity in the pipe, as the chemical sticks to the pipe walls and prevents clogs and roots in the pipe for up to three years. Our rooter service is safe, efficient, and effective.
Bio-Clean & ROOTX are great and safe product to use in your drains you can buy this products from your service technician or directly form our front desk, please call us to 801-560-8207 for more information. Both products Bio-Clean & ROOTX are also available in bigger sizes.
 
 
Hydro-Jetting Services to Clear Pipe Blockages
Mr. Expert Plumbing uses a powerful Hydro-Jetting system to clear blockages in drains, pipes, and sewers. The high speed and high pressure clears the toughest line blockages. Quickly and easily drain sediments, such as grease, scale, sand, and silt, with hydro-jetting.
Mr. Expert Plumbing has advanced technology and products are superior within the drain cleaning industry. Our technicians are licensed, bonded, and insured and can quickly help with emergency sewer situations, drain cleaning, and repairs. Call us and you can have one of our Plumbing Experts for your Salt Lake City home drain cleaning and repairs to help today. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Drainage issues in the kitchen, bathroom, or other parts of your home can cost you valuable time. Small household drain cleaners are only a temporary fix. Recurring problems require a professional plumbing repair technician.
 
Save Money with Trenchless Sewer Lines
 
 
Excavating pipes can be expensive and an arduous process. Trenchless sewer lines are a great way to avoid excavating your yard. Slip lining is the process of installing a smaller pipe into an existing pipe. The advantage to slip lining is that it is a cost effective alternate rather than replacing the pipes. With a professional, slip lining, is easy to install.
Pipe bursting is the practice of replacing pipelines by using little or no excavation. Pipe bursting inserts a device that travels through the pipeline and breaks the pipe into many small pieces while simultaneously pulling through a new pipeline.
 
If conditions are right you can avoid disruption of landscaping and structures with trenchless repair to your existing sewer line piping. The advantages of trenchless sewer line replacement are obvious. First and foremost, it’s quicker and less expensive. Using traditional dig and back-fill methods, it usually takes two days to replace a sewer line. Plus there is the added expense of replanting the yard, replacing any sections of fence, repairing driveways or sidewalks, etc.
With the trenchless system, none of these issues apply. Because the replacement process requires only two access holes to be dug, the crew can be in and out usually in about eight hours, and your lawn remains intact; no replanting expense. The patio, driveway, sidewalks, fence, cable and gas lines, etc. remain unscathed. The cost is comparable if not less than the cost of traditional sewer line replacements.