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    • What are some signs that I may need drain services?

      Some signs that you may need drain services include slow draining sinks, gurgling noises in the pipes, foul odors coming from the drains, and water pooling around floor drains.

    • How often should I schedule routine drain services?

      It is recommended to schedule routine drain services at least once a year to prevent major clogs and keep your drains functioning properly.

    • What can I do to prevent drain issues in the future?

      To prevent drain issues, avoid pouring grease, oil, or coffee grounds down the sink, use drain strainers to catch hair and debris, and consider regular maintenance such as drain cleaning and inspections.

    • What should I do if I experience a sewer backup?

      If you experience a sewer backup, it is important to avoid using any water or flushing toilets. Contact a professional drain service provider immediately for assistance.

    • Can tree roots cause drain problems?

      Yes, tree roots can infiltrate and block drain lines, causing significant issues. It is important to address any tree root intrusion with professional drain services.

  • FAQ

    • Can I get a quote for sewer line repair?

      Absolutely, and we can give you a quote at no charge! Call to schedule your quote today!

      if you have a video from a recent scope or inspection, it would help us make a quote faster. Feel free to email that video to along with your name, the address of the project, and a good contact phone number for you.

    • How quickly can I get a quote for sewer line repair?
      We can normally get a technician out to your location within a couple of business days, and you’ll receive a same day quote.
    • What Is Cured-In-Place-Pipe?
      A epoxy-saturated felt liner made of polyester, fiberglass cloth or a number of other materials suitable for epoxy impregnation, is inverted or pulled into a damaged pipe. It is usually done from the upstream access point (manhole or excavation).
    • Is Lining Less Expensive?
      Generally, it is less expensive. Sometimes the CIPP method might be closer to the cost of traditional excavation, but there is not landscape restoration that is necessary, no asphalt to restore in the roadway, and no mismatched patches of concrete to worry about.
    • Does It Shrink the Size of My Sewer Line?
      Many excavation companies that do not offer CIPP will use this as an excuse why someone shouldn't use this repair method. The short answer, yes, it is decreased by 3/16, of an inch. Though the size of your new line is smaller, a 4" sewer line that is concrete, cast-iron or clay has up to a 75% deceased flow rate of a CIPP sewer line. In reality, the CIPP can handle more flow and waste than older sewer lines.
    • How Long Does This Product Last?
      Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP), sometimes referred to as "lining" or "sleeving" was first used in 1971 on a 36-inch sewer line at a mushroom farm in England. That relined pipe is still in operation today. The technology has only improved since the first CIPP installation. Sewer Renewal Specialists offers a 45-year transferable warranty but in reality, this new pipe will last as long as PVC, HDPE, or ABS.
    • What is the warranty?
      We include warranties with all of our repairs. We offer a 45-year warranty on all CIPP projects and a 10-year warranty on all Excavation projects. Details will be included in your quote for your review.