Main Sewer Line Repair, Replacement & Cleaning Services Phil Campbell Alabama


Midwest Plumbers does more than simply clean your drains. We offer several sewage system services-- such as primary sewer line repair, primary sewer line replacement and primary sewer line cleaning -- to fix a variety of problems, including:

Commonly Seen Sewer Line Issues

Broken: broken, offset or collapsed pipe: Pipes have been harmed due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
Blockage: Grease accumulation or a foreign things is restricting or prohibiting correct circulation and/or cleansing of the line.
Corrosion: The pipeline has degraded and/or broken, triggering collapses in the line and restricting circulation.
Bellied pipe: A section of the pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, producing a valley that gathers paper and waste.
Dripping joints: The seals in between pipelines have actually broken, allowing water to get away into the location surrounding the pipe.
Root in sewer line: Tree or shrub roots have actually attacked the drain line and/or have harmed the line, avoiding normal cleaning.
Off-grade pipe: Existing pipes are built of substandard material that might have deteriorated or worn away.

main sewer line servicesMidwest Plumbers service technicians and plumbers are fully trained in the use of state-of-the-art devices and innovations to resolve all of your plumbing and drain issues, including sewage system repair work and sewage system line replacement.

Traditional Sewage Line Repair Method

Sewer line repair work is generally performed using the "open cut" or "trench" technique to gain access to the area surrounding the damaged part of the pipe. A backhoe might be used to open and fill up the work area.

Trenchless Repair Methods

Thanks to Midwest Plumbers, drain line replacement doesn't mean destroyed backyards, destroyed driveways or devastated parking lots. Midwest Plumbers's trenchless drain line repair work causes less damage than traditional repair work methods. Trenchless repair work is our next action in quality sewage system upkeep with less ecological impact.

Pipe Bursting

We make small access holes where the harmed pipeline starts and ends. Utilizing your broken sewage system line as a guide, our hydraulic machine pulls full-sized replacement pipeline through the old course and breaks up the damaged pipeline at the same time. The brand-new pipe is highly resistant to leaks and root invasion, with a long life span.

Pipe Relining Process


Relining is the process of repairing damaged sewage system pipes by developing a "pipe within a pipe" to bring back function and flow. Epoxy relining products mold to the inside of the existing pipeline to develop a smooth new inner wall, similar to the lining discovered in food cans.

Lot of times, pipe relining can be performed through a building's clean-out access and frequently requires little digging. Pipeline relining may be utilized to fix root-damaged pipes; seal cracks and holes; and fill out missing out on pipe and seal joint connections underground, in roofing system drain pipelines, in storm lines and under concrete. The relined pipe is smooth and long lasting, and all materials used in the relining process are non-hazardous.

To schedule any of our Midwest Plumbers outdoor plumbing services, consisting of drain line repair work and others like outside faucet repair work, call or book online. We can also help you keep your plumbing system up to snuff with our outside plumbing ideas.


Additional Services
Frozen Pipes and Sump Pump

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