What Is The Difference Between A Mainline And A Drain Line?
The house or dwelling mainline is also known as the sewer line. It is the pipe that channels all the wastewater from the drains installed in your home to the local authorities’ drainage system known as sewer mains. The house’s sewer line is made up of wastewater drains that connect to all your fixtures including your toilet, kitchen sink, bathroom, and shower.
Could Line Repatching Solve The Problem?
Depending on the severity, cause, and location of the pipe leak or damage, there are instances that digging the whole pipe could be a more affordable solution than trenchless drain relining. Our expert plumbers can do a camera scan of the pipe to assess what solution would be more appropriate.
Is A Replacement More Cost-Effective Option In The Long Run?
When the cause of a broken pipe or damaged pipe is due to age or its substandard material, digging and replacing the complete pipe would prove to be more cost-effective than just repairing a part of an already old pipe. A simple CCTV drain inspection will determine the best solution for you quickly and effectively.
Advice From The Expert Plumbers
Our staff can conduct an onsite inspection from your plumbing cleanout to examine and diagnose the problem.