Give us a call or submit an inquiry on our form today to schedule an in-home assessment and discuss your trenchless sewer repairs and replacement project in Santa Barbara County, CA, or surrounding areas.
We understand that fixing your sewer line is the last thing you want to be doing. But if you need sewer repairs or replacement services, our team is here for you and will make every effort to provide you with hassle-free service.
If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional sewer repairs (which can significantly disturb and damage your property), we’ve got you covered. Coast Plumbing Solutions offers trenchless sewer line repair and replacement solutions in Solvang, CA, and the surrounding Santa Ynez Valley that will get the job done without disrupting your front yard.
Coast Plumbing Solutions is your local, family owned and operated Santa Barbara County plumbing company offering upscale services with a small-town feel. Our highly trained and skilled technicians will take the time to discuss the project with you, determine the best solution for your home, and present you with an upfront estimate to eliminate any surprises.
We take pride in providing you with quality work and will stand by most sewer repairs and installations for at least two years—double what most contractors offer!
Leaking or damaged sewer lines require immediate professional help. Problems that develop in the sewer line can result in toilet or drain back-ups, which can lead to major water damage if the issue isn’t addressed in time. If you are having persistent drain or toilet problems, or if you notice foul odors coming from your yard, there might be a problem with your sewer line that will need attention ASAP.
Discussing Your Options for Trenchless Sewer Repairs or Replacement Services in Santa Barbara County
Once initial inspections and diagnostics are complete, we will take the time to review the best course of action and explain your options. There are two methods for trenchless sewer work, and we will discuss both with you to determine the best fit for your home.
Pipe lining: This process is also called cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining. It involves coating your existing sewer line with epoxy liner. Once the epoxy material hardens, you’ll have new sewer pipes in place without the need for major excavations.
Pipe bursting: This process involves using a bursting head to burst apart your existing sewer line while new pipe material is pulled through at the same time.