Tree Root Removal
We Remove Tree Roots From Sewer Pipes in NJ
Do you have a sewer line backup or clog? You may have tree roots in the sewer line. Tree root removal is can be done fairly quickly with a sewer line video inspection and the use of a hydro jetting machine to clear the roots.
What Causes Tree Root Intrusion Into Sewer Lines?
Tree roots like to follow moisture and get into sewer lines. This causes problems that get more serious over time. Removing tree roots from sewer lines is a common sewer cleaning service that we have been successfully performing for many years.
Union NJ Tree Root Removal Experts
A Rooter Pros has the experience and uses specialized tree root removal equipment to detect and eliminate the root problem. If the problem is not corrected, the sewer pipe may be damaged. A Rooter Pros performs sewer line root removal in Union County and surrounding areas in New Jersey.
Performing a Sewer Camera Inspection Before and After
We use professional video camera inspection equipment that lets us (and you) see where the problem is and how best to correct it. We may use a snaking tool that can cut and drag the roots out, or we may use hydro jetting equipment that blasts very high water pressure focused accurately on the root intrusion. The hydro jet can cut through the roots and clean the inside surface of the pipe at the same time.
A video inspection is done again to see that the pipe is completely clear of roots.
Permanent Solutions to Tree Root Intrusion
There are two permanent solutions to tree root blockage of your sewer lines. Both methods are trenchless sewer line repair techniques. This means that a complete excavation or digging of your yard to expose the pipe is not required. The trenchless methods can be done with minimal digging.
Trenchless Sewer Repair Methods Avoid Root Intrusion
Sewer Pipe Bursting
With sewer pipe bursting, a bursting head is pushed through the existing pipe, creating a new pipe as it travels to the end of the old pipe.
Sewer Pipe Lining
Using pipe lining, a new pipe lining is created using epoxy that results in a stronger, perfectly smooth pipe with no joints.