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Tree Root Invasion

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What is a Tree Root Intrusion?

It is surprising how quickly tree roots spread – especially when they sense water nearby. If your pipeline system is aging or has even a small crack, they are susceptible to tree root blockage. In most cases, a tree root will penetrate the crack and begin growing around or inside of your pipeline, expanding the hole and causing more damage. The moisture that is often released from the crack can also attract more roots to your system. Similar to a block caused by debris, tree root intrusions get in the way of your sewer system’s ability to function properly.

Our Methods


To effectively solve your pipeline problem, our team first needs to properly diagnose it. As with any service, we will send out one of our skilled technicians to take a look at your system and speak with you about the symptoms you are experiencing. To get a clear idea of what is going on, we may use a video camera to insert into your pipeline and pinpoint the exact location of concern. With this technology, we are able to see in detail what is going on inside of your system and how to best approach it.


Once our team at Trenchless Pipe Repairs has a clear idea of the type of root intrusion you are dealing with, we will plan a solution that is in your best interest. We make an effort to remain transparent in our process and pricing, leaving no room for guesswork or surprise costs.


In many cases, the solution we choose includes cleaning your pipes to remove any blockages. This will most likely be accomplished by hydro jetting or drain snaking. To repair your damaged pipe, we often use our trenchless technology to line your pipes. This process requires zero digging and is a great alternative to traditional methods that required more money and time, as well as the hassle of digging up your property. Our lining service is fairly simple and includes inserting a tube saturated in resin into your pipeline, inflating it, and removing it once it is dried. This leaves you with a new, strong lining that can last up to fifty years.

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If you are experiencing any concerning symptoms when it comes to your pipelines, it is a good idea to give Trenchless Pipe Repairs a call so we can figure out exactly what is going on and how to fix it. Call us today, we service all of greater Seattle Washington.

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