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Sewer Backup Cleanup Experts
Glenpool Sewer Line Repairs & Installations
Sewer pipes sometimes need repair or replacement because of tree roots finding their way into small cracks and creating a large problem in the drainage from the home. When the drains are blocked, backup shows up in the laundry or other sinks in the home. We find the access point of the sewer line in the basement or in the yard and clean the roots and debris out with a special piece of equipment.
Sewer Line Repair Done Right
A powerful motor is used with a video camera on the end of a snake that will show where the tree roots and debris is located, so it can be cleaned out. Our expert team of plumbers will see everything that is going on in your pipelines as the snake rids your pipes of the problems. Installation of new pipes is done right through your old lines and the old lines can be destroyed by being broken up, but still left underground.
After the pipes are clear, a liner is inserted that is flexible and will harden within a few hours. The new pipe is durable and will have no joints for roots to invade. The deteriorated pipe stays in the ground and your lawn never is dug up. The new pipe that we have put in place will be maintenance free for many years.
Wooten Plumbing of Glenpool offers any plumbing repair service needed for your home or business. We have the technicians who are dedicated to serving our clients with the utmost satisfaction using the latest state-of-the-art technology. There is no job too small or too large for our licensed and experienced technicians to handle.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will answer all your questions until you know exactly what is wrong with your plumbing and how it will be fixed. Our plumbers will complete the job in a timely manner and clean up any mess that was created. Your home or business will be back in shape in no time.
We're not your typical
We’re not just focused on getting the job done. We seek to educate our customers on their plumbing systems, including how to save energy, lower utility bills, and enjoy system reliability for years afterwards.