Below is an overview of our sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, and sewer line installation services that we provide in Colorado Springs, Black Forest, Monument, El Paso County, and surrounding areas.
By definition, a sewer line is the main pipe at a commercial or residential location that carries off sewage. When this breaks, leaks or clogs, the transfer of sewage is stopped and/or creates an undesired spill of sewage on the property. Several things can cause a break, leak or clog to include temperature, ground shifting, digging, or simply, the pipes are old or outdated and have lost their integrity.
If this has happened to you, it’s in your best interest to seek sewer line repair, replacement, or new installation as soon as possible to prevent more or future problems.
Likely, an excavator can assess your damage and write you an estimate for services. The process may take several hours to several days and can vary in cost depending upon the complexity and size of the project.
It is also possible that some structure will need to be removed or dug in order to access the damaged line. However, in some cases, the integrity of land and structure can mostly remain in tact using a technology called trenchless sewer line repair.
Contact Spotted Dog Excavating Sewer and Water Repair in Colorado Springs to schedule a visit to your property and request a free and competitive estimate for services:
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Our Sewer Line Repair and Replacement Services
Spotted Dog Excavating Sewer and Water Repair provides:
- 24-hour emergency sewer repair
- Video sewer line inspection
- Sewer line repairs
- Sewer line replacements
- Sewer cleaning
- Trenchless pipe replacement (sewer line replacement without digging)
- Installation of cleanouts in sewer lines
- Street cuts and right-of-way work
- Residential service lines
- Commercial service lines
We don’t often think of our sewer lines until one of the drains in our home backs up. This could be a shower drain or a floor drain. When this happens, we provide you answers.
A video inspection of your sewer line helps determine what is wrong. A backup in your sewer line can be caused by a number of issues. Here are some of the issues we see:
- Root Infiltration: You may have large trees or groups of scrub oak in your yard. The roots search for water underground. These roots find vulnerable spots in your sewer line, and create larger cracks and holes with time.
- Blockage: This can be anything placed down a drain that does not dissolve, or large enough to lodge in the pipe.
When the ground around our homes shifts, we often see pipes that are misaligned at an old joint, or pipes that collapse all together. And, of course, older pipes made from clay, or Orangeburg Pipe, simply deteriorate over time.
For those of you who do have Orangeburg, this is a pipe made from wood fibre lined in tar. It was installed in the 1950s and 1960s. It is good to have your line checked, as this product is known to have a limited structural life expectancy.
Sewer Line Installation
If you have a project where you need to install a new sewer line installation, whether it’s commercial or residential, we can help. We’ll discuss the installation plan and provide you a competitive bid.
We can handle your sewer line repairs, replacements, and new installations in Colorado Springs, Fountain, Falcon, Security, Widefield, Black Forest, Monument and surrounding areas of El Paso County.
Contact Us Now for Expert Sewer Line Repair in Colorado Springs!
After a video inspection, we tell you exactly what caused the drains in your home to backup. Whether you need sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, or sewer line installation, we provide you with a thorough, complete and timely estimate. The estimate includes the sewer line repair cost, project time, and project plan details so you can make an informed decision.