How to Find Affordable Pipe Replacement

Pipe replacement is not an inexpensive repair. Whether it’s a residential sewer line that has burst or a commercial pipe that is giving you trouble, if you need replacement services the costs can add up quickly. Luckily, technology has improved over the years, and many pipe replacement jobs can be completed without digging up large amounts of concrete and dirt. Technology has made this plumbing repair less labor intensive and more affordable for you.

At Rooter Hero Plumbing, our goal is to make all plumbing repairs as budget-friendly as possible. If you’re in our service area, give us a call, and we’ll discuss your particular project. We service numerous communities in California, Arizona, and Texas and assist everyone from homeowners to home builders and a variety of commercial buildings. For those of you who are not in our service area, but want to learn more about how you can find affordable pipe replacement in your community here are a few tips.

Ask for a Video Camera Inspection Service First

Often, the biggest costs come from the discovery phase of a project. This phase of a project is where a plumber arrives on the scene ready to investigate the issue. Using video camera inspection equipment makes it easier to locate the problem in a pipe and doesn’t require search-and-destroy methods. Usually, video camera inspection service is complimentary when pipe repair or replacement is necessary.

Find a Plumbing Company that Uses Trenchless Sewer Line Repair

The majority of pipe replacement jobs can be done using trenchless sewer line repair. This innovative method of making repairs uses less equipment, requires less time on the job and keeps costs low. It can be used on both residential and commercial jobs.

Choose a Plumbing Company with Experience and History

Our customers know they can trust us to get a job done quickly, correctly, and affordably because we’ve been in the business for 25+ years. When looking for a local plumbing company to assist you with pipe replacement, experience, and history matter. Avoid companies with poor customer service records and bad reviews. Work with established companies that work with licensed, bonded, and insured technicians.