At Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we have decades of experience fixing sewer lines for the residents and business owners of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Our services have evolved beyond digging the sewer lines out of the ground to address the problem. Instead, we employ inspection techniques and tools to assist our experts in diagnosing the problems and ensure that the solutions we recommend are accurate and long-lasting. *Through accessible clean-out
To determine if the problem is simply a clog or a full-scale pipeline collapse, an accurate diagnosis is needed before repairs can begin. Our team at Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning uses state-of-the-art video camera systems to inspect pipe and sewer lines. There’s no need to turn your yard into a muddy mess by excavating. We can inspect your sewer or storm system without damaging the plumbing or landscaping.
We inspect sewers with a long fiber-optic cable and attached camera. The camera cable is fed through an access point into the sanitary or storm sewer line. The service professional will then monitor the images on a video screen. With this specialized equipment, we’re able to see clogs, cracks, tree roots, and more. If we locate damage we can electronically locate repairs that need to be addressed. Using the information gathered by the inspection, Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning’s experienced service professionals can recommend the best, most cost-effective solution.
There are several scenarios when a sewer inspection is a good idea. Here are some of the reasons you may want to look underground:
Some buildings share a sewer line. Because party lines are considered unsafe, the city requires that these systems be repaired. If your sewer taps into another system, to meet the code, you’ll need to reroute the pipes. A sewer inspection expedites repairs because a plumber can see what needs to be done before digging.
Some older systems are plagued by tree roots. Clay and cement pipes often have small leaks that allow water to seep into the surrounding soil. Trees are attracted to moisture. The roots grow into the cracks, making the damage worse. Without a sewer scope, however, it’s not possible to confirm that roots are the source of a backup. Once our plumbers find a root mass, they cut through the tangle and repair the pipe.
While inspectors are often hired to check a house before closing on a deal, Sewer inspections are included in these real-estate inspections. If you want to know about the state of your potential home’s pipes, the time to check things out is before you buy. A sewer scope can alert you to problems with the sewer system and ensure that the problem is fixed before purchasing the home.
Locating pipes is essential before a major remodel. If you’re planning on remodeling or excavating, a sewer scope coupled with the sonar location of pipes is important. With our sonar equipment, we can locate the pipes on your property before you begin digging. A sewer scope gives you further information about the state of your sewer.
Historic neighborhoods predate the public sewer system. Old homes relied on cesspools and septic systems. In some cases, these old systems were not decommissioned. If you suspect an old cesspool is creating problems, our team at Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning can inspect your pipes. When cesspools are connected to a sewer line, they can lead to a sinkhole or create other hazards once they become worn out.
With sewer camera inspections, we can not only diagnose problems, but we can also take measures to quickly repair the problem. For instance, a cracked pipe may be fixed using cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining, a trenchless method of repair. Whether your pipes need work or not, an inspection can give you peace of mind. Note: We only offer trenchless services throughout Washington and Oregon.
If you need sewer line repairs, depend on Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for fast, reliable services. Our team of professionals can handle the task, employing spot repairs, sewer hookups, storm-line work, or installing a completely new sewer line. We can even work on your pipes without digging up your yard.
Are you dealing with black-water waste at your home or business? We can clean up and remove the unsanitary and unsightly mess. Our sewer pump ejector stations are the ideal solution for black-water waste. The ejector station converts solids to a slurry that can then be completely removed. Our plumbers work quickly, ensuring the waste is cleared away and moved to the appropriate sewage station.
Sewer repair can be messy and inconvenient when it includes digging up your property. At Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we have no-dig methods for repairing any problem. Cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining is a technique that fixes pipes without digging. It’s a long-lasting, dependable solution to repair damaged drain and sewer systems, making it an eco-friendly, affordable, and quick service. We can save you time, money, and disruption with our trenchless services.
Our team of specialists has the experience and equipment to take on industrial, commercial, and residential sanitary and storm sewer projects. We’re available 24⁄7, 365 days a year for emergency repairs, in addition to offering other services for anything our customers require.
Party sewer lines describe a home or business’s sewer line that is shared by one or more properties before entering the public sewer main line. Party sewer lines are considered non-conforming to the city codes, and because of this, they need to be upgraded to meet current standards. A party sewer line that is considered non-conforming features two or more private pipelines joining and sharing a single connecting pipe to the public sewer line.
These systems can have many problems associated with them, including:
Real-estate transaction delays
Denial of certain permits
Legal and financial complications
At Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer free evaluations to determine if your home has a party sewer line installed and recommend the best way to upgrade the system, and we do this with an inspection. With a video scope, our service professionals will conduct a video sewer inspection of your sewer system and determine if it’s part of a party sewer line system.
Our video camera inspection will show the inner workings of your sewer pipe and provide the information necessary to begin adjustments or to provide proof that you are in good standing. If we find that your home or business has a guest line to the sewer party, we will assist you in the transition.
Looking to connect and install new sewer and water lines to your home or business? Since 1984, Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning has provided homeowners and businesses in the Oregon, Washington, and Idaho metro areas with new connections to their city’s waste and water systems.
Our expert service professionals service and install all types of underground connections for residences and commercial properties, including:
Sewer and water lines
Sewer line connection charges vary from area to area. The costs depend largely on the size and use of your property, as well as your local county or district regulations. When sewer lines are made available to your property, you should receive a connection notice summary of your charges. In most counties, these charges must be paid or financed before we can get a sewer connection permit. There are options for low-income property owners. Connection loans or deferrals may be available for you, and we are happy to assist with this process. At Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, our established name and reputation make us uniquely qualified to help you with your sewer or water connection permits.
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At Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we are happy to assist our customers with anything they need, from inspections to sewer line repairs and connections, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to make informed, careful decisions that will meet all of our customer’s needs and expectations in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Call Apollo Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning today at (503) 739-9887 for a consultation.