Keeping Your Home’s Plumbing Flowing In Denver, CO

Sewer & Water Lines

Are you experiencing repeated clogs or blockages in your sewer line? This could be a sign of a more serious issue such as broken, collapsed, or rotted pipes. At King Rooter & Plumbing, we specialize in handling these types of problems with our expert sewer line, water line, and septic system excavation services.

If your sewer line is repeatedly needing cleaning or experiencing mainline blockages, it's time to call in the professionals. Our team of experts can determine the root cause of the problem by performing a sewer video inspection, which allows us to pinpoint the exact location and nature of the issue.

Depending on the severity of the problem, we may recommend sewer line cleaning, repair, or replacement. We'll work with you to develop a customized solution that meets your needs and budget, and we'll keep you informed every step of the way.

At King Rooter & Plumbing, we pride ourselves on using the latest technology and techniques to provide reliable and efficient excavation services. Whether you need a simple repair or a complete sewer pipe replacement, we have the expertise and equipment to get the job done right.

Don't wait until the problem gets worse – call us today at (303) 949-2593 to schedule an appointment for sewer line, water line, or septic system excavation. Our team of professionals is here to provide you with the expert service you need to get your plumbing system working properly again.

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Water Line Excavation

If you're experiencing issues with your water line such as breakage, corrosion, or ground movement, it's important to address the problem before it gets worse. At King Rooter & Plumbing, we offer expert water line excavation services to repair or replace your water line and restore proper water flow to your home or business.

Whether your water line has burst due to freezing temperatures or is experiencing damage from foundation movement, our team of experts has the equipment and expertise to handle the job. We use the same state-of-the-art technology and techniques as our sewer excavation process, including sewer video inspection, to identify the root cause of the problem and develop a customized solution for your needs.

If water line repair is not possible, we may recommend water line replacement. Our team will work with you to develop a plan that meets your needs and budget, and we'll keep you informed every step of the way.

Septic System Excavation

Are you experiencing issues with your septic system, such as sewage backups or unpleasant odors? A failed septic system can cause serious problems for your home or business, but at King Rooter & Plumbing, we have the expertise and equipment to handle even the most complex septic system issues.

Unlike sewer or water line excavation, septic system excavation involves digging up a leach field, which can range from 50 to 200 feet long depending on the size of the household. If the septic tank needs repair or replacement, we may need to excavate it as well. Our team of experts has the specialized equipment and expertise to ensure that the excavation is performed safely and efficiently, with minimal disruption to your home or business.

Don't let a failed septic system cause further damage to your plumbing system – call us today at (303) 949-2593 to schedule an appointment for septic system excavation with the experts at King Rooter & Plumbing.

Sewer Line Repair or Replacement Process

King Rooter & Plumbing follows a comprehensive process for sewer line repair or replacement. Here are the steps:

Step 1: Diagnosis and Estimate: Our team goes to the customer's home to conduct an inspection of the main sewer line and provide a professional diagnosis of the problem. We then give the customer our expert advice on how to fix the issue.
Step 2: Pricing and Options: Once we diagnose the issue, we provide the customer with a firm price for fixing or replacing the sewer, along with several options. If the customer agrees to have us do the job, we move on to the next step.
Step 3: Permits and Utilities: We get in touch with the necessary city officials to obtain the necessary permits, find out where utilities are located, and set up inspections. This step is crucial to completing the project correctly and in compliance with city codes and rules.

Step 4: Digging and Repair/Replacement: On the day of the project, we begin by setting up protection for landscaping before digging down to the sewer line to fix or replace the pipe. Once the repair or replacement is done, a city inspector will come to the site to check the sewer lines.
Step 5: Backfill and Cleanup: After passing inspection, the soil that was dug up to get to the pipe is put back in the hole, and the entire work area is cleaned up. Our service technicians will then go over every part of the job with the customer and perform a final walk-through to ensure everything meets their expectations.

Our goal is to make the digging process as simple and quick as possible, so you can get back to your normal life without any further hassle.


Got Questions? We're Answering Your FAQs Here!

Some common causes of sewer line blockages include tree roots infiltrating the pipes, buildup of grease and fat in the pipes, and objects being flushed down the toilet that should not be.

Yes, in some cases sewer line blockages can be fixed using methods like sewer cabling or hydro jetting, which can clear out blockages without the need for excavation.

To prevent water line damage, it is important to have your water line inspected regularly and to address any issues early on. It is also important to avoid planting trees or shrubs near the water line.

The lifespan of a water line can vary depending on factors like the material it is made of and the conditions it is exposed to, but in general a water line can last anywhere from 20 to 100 years.

A sewer video inspection is a process where a small camera is inserted into the sewer line to identify any blockages or damage. This process can help plumbers identify the cause of the issue and determine the best solution for repair or replacement.

It is not recommended to replace your water line yourself, as this can be a complex and potentially dangerous project. It is best to hire a professional plumber with experience in water line replacement.

Hydro jetting is a process that uses high-pressure water to clear out blockages and buildup in sewer or water lines. This process is highly effective and can remove even the toughest clogs and debris.