Water Line Excavation and Repair

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Need a Sewer Line Repair Service in St. Charles, MO?

Issues with your sewer line are serious and shouldn’t go overlooked. If you notice damaged or cracked pipes, consider sewer pipelining as your new best friend. With this protective choice, you can prevent further damage or corrosion. Rely on our experts at Premier Water and Sewer Services for the job! We proudly assist residential and commercial customers in St. Charles, MO. Since our plumber has over 20 years of experience, you can expect top-of-the-line sewer line repair service.

Keep an eye out for the following signs:

  • You notice odd smells in your home, specifically around your sinks
  • There are more rodents and insects on your property than usual
  • It takes forever for the water to drain out of your sink, toilet, or tub

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Don't Destroy Your Property With Pipe Repair

Homeowners often ask, how can we repair our broken pipe under the ground without excavating the pipe and making a mess of my property? The answer is a trenchless cure in place of lateral lining! Trenchless cure in place pipelining lasts over 50 years, with test results forecast at 100 years. Don’t look for other plumbing companies. When it comes to water line repair, we’re the ones to trust! We perform each service using premium-quality materials.


Find Solutions to Your Sewer Problems

We take pride in the quality and results of our sewer line repair service! We use a cured-in-place method that allows us to position the liner anywhere in the pipe by simply inverting it through a cleanout or open access. Our inversion system allows us to direct the liner upstream or downstream. We offer a no-dig solution for renewing lateral pipes since we can complete the entire process using any cleanout, manhole, or other access. Gasket sealing O-rings are placed at the upstream and downstream ends of the liner. This provides a verifiable, non-leaking lateral liner compatible with all types of piping. This process renews laterals up to eight inches in diameter, in continuous lengths of 120 feet. Ask for assistance in St. Charles, MO, by calling now.