Minimally Invasive Drain Inspection & Repair Methods
Although we tend to focus on our fixtures and appliances, our drains do plenty of work when it comes to our plumbing system. Without drains, we wouldn’t be able to flush wastewater or other debris from our property. However, because we don’t tend to think about them until there’s a problem, our drains often receive very little maintenance or attention. Whether you’re dealing with a simple clog, sewage is backing up into your home, or you have a break in your main line, Drain Masters provides professional drain repair in Anchorage.
Common Drain Problems
Think about all you flush down the drain: water, waste, food scraps, and more. All of this leaves your property via your drain system. Therefore, it’s easy for such debris to build up and clog your drain line. However, clogs aren’t the only problems that can occur.
Other common drain problems include:
- Cracks due to constant use
- Corrosion due to age
- Damage due to construction, cleaning, or tree roots
Oh! And those “flushable” wipes – not so flushable. If your toilet is clogged, don't hesitate to give us a call.
Any time you have a problem with your drain line, it puts your health at risk as hazardous waste can back up into your home or seep into your foundation. Additionally, it can cause a tremendous waste of water, which will make your monthly bill skyrocket. The longer a leak within your drain line remains undetected, the more susceptible you are to develop a slab leak. At Drain Masters, our Anchorage drain repair experts have the training and experience necessary to find out what’s causing the problem and the tools to solve it quickly.
Due to our state-of-the-art technology and innovative methods, we may be able to repair the problem with minimal to no excavation needed. We will first inspect your drain line using a high-definition camera that we feed through your system to detect the precise location and reason for the problem. If you have a clog, we can clean your drains via hydrojetting or snaking. Should you have a leaking or broken drainpipe, we will first determine whether a repair or replacement is necessary. Our standard repair methods include trenchless pipe repair and cured-in-place piping.