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Behind your walls, below your floors, and buried in your yard, there’s an intricate network of water lines, drains, and sewer pipes. You probably take these for granted as you wash your hands, brush your teeth, flush the toilet, and do the dishes every day. However, the plumbing system will quickly get your attention if it develops a problem.
Fortunately, Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is here to help! If your pipes are old, corroded, blocked, or damaged, we can perform the pipe repair or replacement you need to get things flowing smoothly again.
Call or contact us online to speak to our expert plumbers about fixing your pipes or sewer line.
Team Andreas is highly skilled at diagnosing and repairing a wide array of plumbing problems. Our pipe repair services aim to correct the following:
If a repair isn’t enough to get your pipes flowing, we can replace them entirely. Pipe replacement may be needed in older homes with unsafe plumbing materials or severely damaged pipes. We’ll make the process as quick and affordable as possible so you can return to your busy schedule.
Call Andreas at 610-377-5261 to schedule pipe services in Carbon County.
While they’re built for durability and effectiveness, sewer lines are subject to a great deal of wear and tear. They may eventually leak, break, or become clogged. Thankfully, we may be able to repair your sewer line and restore it to full working order.
Even if you need a sewer line replacement, the process doesn’t have to involve digging up your yard. This is the traditional method, but trenchless technology has come a long way in the last 10 to 15 years. We can now repair or replace your sewer line via two small access holes.
This process involves cleaning out the sewer line and filling it with an inflatable, epoxy-filled tube. The epoxy hardens inside the old pipe, effectively replacing it without disrupting your landscape with unsightly trenches.
Want to learn more about trenchless sewer line repair and replacement? Call Team Andreas at 610-377-5261 to speak with an experienced plumber.
Whether your plumbing problem is big or small, Team Andreas can help set things right. We’re a family-owned and -operated HVAC and plumbing company with four generations of experience serving Carbon County and the surrounding area. Our fully trained and knowledgeable plumbers are ready to get your pipes and sewers working again for your safety and convenience.
Contact us at 610-377-5261 to schedule reliable pipe repair or sewer replacement today.
There are kits that allow you to patch your own pipes, but the repair will be temporary, and the pipe will likely start leaking again. Even a small leak can cause extensive water damage and structural problems with time, so it’s best to have any pipe leak repaired promptly by a professional plumber. With Team Andreas, you can expect fast, cost-effective repairs that will stand the test of time.
For water supply lines, copper pipes typically last the longest, followed by PVC and PEX. Galvanized steel pipes can last for decades but are prone to corrosion. For drain and sewer lines, cast iron pipes last the longest, followed by ABS and PVC. To learn which type of pipe is best for your application, talk to our plumbing experts at Andreas today.
Copper and galvanized steel water lines can last over 80 years under ideal conditions, though corrosion may shorten their service life. PVC piping can last up to 45 years. Cast iron sewer lines can last up to 100 years, while ABS or PVC can last 45 years. To learn if it’s time to replace the pipes in your Pennsylvania home, talk to our team at Andreas Plumbing.
If you have only one or two small leaks and your plumbing is no more than a few decades old, plumbing repairs will likely be the most cost-effective option to address problems. If your pipes are older than a few decades, are heavily corroded, have multiple leaks, or have extensive damage, a pipe replacement may provide better long-term reliability with fewer problems.
Contact Team Andreas today to learn if pipe repairs are an option for your home.